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By-Products of the Modern Coke Oven

Recovery of Gas, Ammonium Compounds, Benzol, Etc

By C. A. Meissner

Solving the Fuel Problem for the Motor Truck

Characteristics of Kerosene as a Fuel for Internal Combustion Engines

By Harold Whiting Slauson

Ball Bearings—Their Construction and Application

Advantages of Ball Bearings and their use in Industrial Equipment

By F. H. Poor

Hydraulic Plate Shears

The Paris Correspondent of the Scientific American

The Arabian Date Trade

Modern Methods of Measuring Temperature—I

Electric and other Thermometers for use in Industrial Operations

By Robert S. Whipple

Earth and Sand-Clay Roads

Road Construction Illustrated by Models

Etching on Brass and Steel

The Aerial Gulf Stream

Fuel Consumption in Motor Ships

Industrial Research in America—II

What our Government is Doing for the Advancement of Science

Dodges with Lenses and Tripod Stands

The Aerial Propulsion of Barges

Visualizing Plato

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    November 08, 1913

    Think Outside the Gift Box