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" The invention further consists in placing such burner of great resistance in a nearly perfect vacuum, to prevent oxidation and injury to the conductor by the atmosphere. The current is conducted into the vacuum bulb through platina wires sealed into the... "
Thomas Alva Edison: Sixty Years of an Inventor's Life - Page 116
by Francis Arthur Jones - 1908 - 362 pages
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The Electrical Review, Volume 8

Electrical engineering - 1880
...perfect vacuum, to prevent oxidation and injury to the conductor by the atmosphere. Likewise refers to the method of manufacturing carbon conductors of high...to be suitable for giving light by incandescence, and in the manner of securing perfect contact between the metallic conductors or leading wires and...
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The Electrical Review, Volume 20

Electrical engineering - 1887
...the light-giving body in a nearly perfect vacuum. The third element was the conducting of the current into the vacuum bulb through platina wires sealed into the glass. The fourth element was the mode of manufacturing carbon conductors. The fifth element was the mode of securing...
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Edison: Edison system of electric railways. 1891

Electric apparatus and appliances - 1891
...radiation can take place." 10 vacuum bulb throngb platina wires sealed into the glass." " The inventiou further consists in the method of manufacturing carbon...to be suitable for giving light by incandescence, and in the manner of securing perfect contact between the metallic conductors or leading wires and...
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Ruling Cases, Volume 20

Irving Browne, Leonard Augustus Jones, James Tower Keen, Edward Manson, John Melville Gould - Law reports, digests, etc - 1900
...to the conductor by the atmosphere. The current is conducted into the vacuum bulb through platinum wires sealed into the glass. The invention further...to be suitable for giving light by incandescence, and in the manner of securing perfect contact between the metallic conductors or leading wires and...
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The grant and validity of British patents for inventions

James R. Roberts - Patent laws and legislation - 1903 - 647 pages
...of such light-giving body in a nearly perfect vacuum to preserve the conductor ; (3) the current is conducted into the vacuum bulb through platina wires sealed into the glass ; and (4) the method of manufacturing carbon conductors for the above purpose , and the manner of securing...
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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Volumes 47-48

Law reports, digests, etc - 1892
...nearly perfect vacuum to prevent oxidation and injury to the conductor by the atmosphere. The current is conducted into the vacuum bulb through platina wires,...to be suitable for giving light by incandescence, and in the manner of securing perfect contact between the metallic conductors or leading wires and...
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The Federal Reporter, Volume 52

Law reports, digests, etc - 1893
...perfect vacuum, to prevent oxidation and injury to the conductor by the atmosphere. The current is conducted into the vacuum bulb through platina wires sealed into the glass." Edison's invention was practically made when he ascertained the theretofore unknown fact that carbon...
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The Federal Reporter: With Key-number Annotations ..., Volume 47

Law reports, digests, etc - 1892
...nearly perfect vacuum to prevent oxidation and injury to the conductor by the atmosphere. The current is conducted into the vacuum bulb through platina wires,...to be suitable for giving light by incandescence, and in the manner of securing perfect contact between the metallic conductors or leading wires and...
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The Electrician and Electrical Engineer, Volume 4

Electric engineering - 1885
...oxidation and injury to the conductor by the atmosphere. The current is conducted into the vacuum-bulb through platina wires sealed into the glass. The invention...to be suitable for giving light by incandescence, and in the manner of securing perfect contact between the metallic conductors or loading-wires and...
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