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" This will also explain that similar but very faint *At a recent meeting of the American Physical Society in Washington ( Dec., 1902 > Nichols and Hull described an experiment by which something greatly resembling a comet's tail was obtained under conditions... "
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific - Page 86
1903
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Annual Report of the New York State Pathological Laboratory of the ...

New York State Pathological Laboratory of the University of Buffalo - Cancer - 1899
...something greatly resembling a comet's tail was obtained under conditions approximating those of nature. A powder consisting of a mixture of emery and puff-ball spores was placed in a vacuum tube constructed somewhat like an hour-glass. The vacuum was made as perfect as could be obtained,...
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Annual Report, Volume 23

New York (State). Dept. of Health - New York (State) - 1903
...something greatly resembling a comet's tail was obtained under conditions approximating those of nature. A powder consisting of a mixture of emery and puff-ball spores was placed in a vacuum tube constructed somewhat like an hour-glass. The vacuum was made as perfect as could be obtained,...
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Annual report of the State Department of Health of New York. 1903, Part 1

1903
...something greatly resembling a comet's tail was obtained under conditions approximating those of nature. A powder consisting of a mixture of emery and puff-ball spores was placed in a vacuum tube constructed somewhat like an hour-glass. The vacuum was made as perfect as could be obtained,...
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Selected Papers: Surgical and Scientific

Roswell Park, Charles G. Stockton - Surgery - 1914 - 381 pages
...something greatly resembling a comet's tail was obtained under conditions approximating those of nature. A powder consisting of a mixture of emery and puff-ball spores was placed in a vacuum tube constructed somewhat like an hour-glass. The vacuum was made as perfect as could be obtained,...
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