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Science Notes - January 13, 1906

The Fattening of Fowls in France

By Jacques Boyer

An Illustration of the Statement that x0 = 1

Boiler Compounds

By John C. Sparks

Armored Concrete.—I

By Henry J. Jones

A Novel Type of Gas Producer

A pertinacious Current; Or, the Storage of High-Tension Electricity by means of Valves

By Oliver Lodge

Contemporary Electrical Science

Plant Breeding

By H. H. Groff

Concrete Retaining-Wall and Tunnel

By Herbert I. Bennett

Recent Progress in Metallurgy

By A. E. Outerbridge

The Generation of Ozone by Means of Ultra-Violet Light

The Dimensions of the Marine Steam Turbine

The Determination of the Principal Dimensions of the Steam Turbine, with Special Reference to Marine Work

By E. M. Speakman

The Housing Problem in Manchester

On Chemical Methods by which the Eggs of a Mollusk (Lottia Gigantea) can be caused to become Mature

(From the Herzstein Research Laboratory at New Monterey)

By Jacques Loeb

Electrical Notes

Engineering Notes

Trade Notes and Formulæ


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