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Instruments and Methods of the Ocean Magnetic Work of the Carnegie Institution of Washington

The General Principles Followed.

By L. A. Bauer

Positive Colors

Weighing the Earth

The Artificial Silk Industry.—II

Converting Wood into Silken Fabric.

By W. P. Dreaper

Wright vs. Paulhan

Extracts From Affidavits And Judge Hand's Decision In The Case Of The Farman And Bleriot Aeroplanes.

Counting Particles Smaller than Atoms

The Number of Particles Projected by Cathodes. By the Berlin Correspondent of the Scientific American.

Enormous Locomotives

The Two New Mallet Engines in English Eyes.

The Sad-Iron as a Disinfector

How it Sterilizes Linen.

By K. Svehla

Velocity of Explosion of Gaseous Mixtures

Correspondence

Water-Glass Cements

New Investigation of the Rainbow

Halley's Comet as seen from the Earth

The Position of the Comet.

By P. H. Cowell

Has the Climate of North Africa Changed since the Roman Period?

Recent Studies of Mars

How the Flora Bust was Studied

The Colors of the Bust in the Berlin Museum.

By E. Raehlmann

The New Canals of Mars

Recent Discoveries at Flagstaff.

By Percival Lowell

Polonium

Some Newly Discovered Properties.

By Mdme. P. Curie and A. Debierne

A New Application of Alternating Currents of High Tension

Trade Notes and Formulæ

Science Notes

Engineering Notes

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