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A Review of the Physics of Light—I

By Silvanus P. Thompson

The New Star in Gemini

The Spectroscope Reveals High Temperature and Pressure

By Otto Hoffman

High-Pressure Incandescent Gas Lighting

By the Paris Correspondent of the Scientific American

The Manufacture and Application of Nitrous Oxide—II

By A. S. Neumark

Testing and Judging Kinematograph Films

The Measurement of Velocities

A Survey of Various Devices Used

By E. Hoeltje

The Hooded Seal of the North Atlantic

One of the Most Important Industries of Newfoundland

By Harry Whitney

Tracking Wild Animals by their Spoor

An Attractive Field of Observation

The Light Quantity Hypothesis

New Ideas as to the Atomic Nature of Radiant Energy Which Promises Solutions of Many Difficulties

By D. F. Comstock

Trisecting a Given Angle

A Mechanical Solution

By Felix Alexander Joseph

The Resources of Tripolitania and Cyrenaica

Economic Importance of the Territory Invaded by Italy

Manufacture and Treatment of Steel for Guns—I

An Industry of About Thirty Years Standing

By L. Cubillo

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