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Electric Car Lighting

The Development of a New Branch of Engineering The Yale Scientific Monthly

By D. F. Crawford

The Manufacture and Industrial Application of Ozone

The Possibilities of a Remarhable Gas A paper presented before the American Institute of Chemical Engineers at the meeting beld June 24th, 1910. at Niagara Falls, N. Y.

By Oscar Linder

The Generation of Power

The Enormous Development of the Energy Stored by Nature

By D. S. Jacobus

The Bergen-Christiania Railway

A Recently Completed Scandinavian Line By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

Scientific Error and Gas Engine Design

Necessary Reversals of Former Engineering Opinion

The Mixing of Concrete

Relics of the Spanish Armada

How a Treasure Ship was Located at Tobermory Bay

The Destruction of Weeds by Chemical Means—II

An Important Agricultural Problem

By Harold C. Long

Correspondence

White Cement

Index of Inventions

Snow Blindness

Rats and Plague, Trade Notes and Formulae

By G. F. Petrie

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