The manufacture of paper (Google eBook)

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A. Constable & co. ltd., 1908 - Papermaking - 275 pages
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Page 287 - Ruby and Sapphire. Spinel and Chrysoberyl. The Carbonates and the Felspars. The Pyroxene and Amphibole Groups. Beryl, Cordierite, Lapis Lazuli and the Garnets. Olivine, Topaz, Tourmaline and other Silicates. Phosphates, Sulphates, and Carbon Compounds. An admirable guide to a fascinating subject. Patents, Designs and Trade Marks : The Law and Commercial Usage. By KENNETH R. SWAN, BA (Oxon.), of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. CONTENTS : Table of Cases Cited Part I. Letters Patent. Introduction....
Page 286 - In describing each process the object in view has been to give an insight into the rationale of each step, so far as it is known or understood, from the point of view of principles and methods rather than as mere rule of thumb description of manufacturing manipulations. The processes described are, with the exception of those described as obsolete, to the author's definite knowledge, in commercial use at the present time. Precious Stones. By W. GOODCHILD, MB, B.Ch. With 42 Illustrations. With a Chapter...
Page 287 - ... is important. Full information is given regarding patents in foreign countries. The Book; Its History and Development. By CYRIL DAVENPORT, VD, FSA With 7 Plates and 126 Figures in the text. LIST OF CONTENTS : Early Records. Rolls, Books and Book bindings. Paper. Printing. Illustrations. Miscellanea. Leathers. The Ornamentation of Leather Bookbindings without Gold. The Ornamentation of Leather Bookbindings with Gold, Bibliography. Index. The romance of the Book and its development from the rude...
Page 286 - Transparency and Colour. Raw materials of manufacture. Crucibles and. Furnaces for Fusion. Process of Fusion. Processes used in Working of Glass, Bottle. Blown and. Pressed. Rolled or Plate. Sheet and Crown. Coloured. Optical Glass : Nature and Properties, Manufacture. Miscellaneous Products. Appendix. Bibliography of Glass Manufacture. Index, This volume...
Page 282 - Liquid and Gaseous Fuels, and the Part they play in Modern Power Production. By Professor VIVIAN B. LEWES, FIC, FCS , Prof, of Chemistry, Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
Page 279 - Water Softening and Treatment, Condensing Plant, Feed Pumps, and Heaters for Steam Users and Manufacturers.
Page 242 - Many of these methods will be found of assistance in passing upon the quality of stamping inks for miscellaneous uses. It is important that the ink used by the Post-Office Department for post-marking possess in the highest possible degree certain properties. The ink, first of all, must produce an indelible cancellation; that is, it must be relatively indelible as compared with the ink used for printing the postage stamps. The postmark made with the ink must dry quickly in order that the mail matter...
Page 285 - With Illustrations. LIST OF CONTENTS : Preface. Introduction : Historical and General. Raw Rubber. Botanical Origin. Tapping the Trees. Coagulation. Principal Raw Rubbers of Commerce. PseudoRubbers. Congo Rubber. General Considerations. Chemical and Physical Properties. Vulcanization. India-rubber Plantations. India-rubber Substitutes. Reclaimed Rubber. Washing and Drying of Raw Rubber. Compounding of Rubber. Rubber Solvents and their Recovery. Rubber Solution. Fine Cut Sheet and Articles made therefrom....
Page 282 - Abbreviations. Length and Distance. Surface and Area. Volumes. Weights or Measures. Pressures. Linear Velocities, Angular Velocities. Acceleration. Energy. Power. Introductory Water Power and Methods of Measuring. Application of Water Power to the Propulsion of Machinery. The Hydraulic Turbine. Various Types of Turbine. Construction of Water Power Plants. Water Power Installations. The Regulation of Turbines. Wind Pressure, Velocity, and Methods of Measuring. The Application of Wind Power to Industry....
Page ii - Glass Manufacture. By WALTER ROSENHAIN, Superintendent of the Department of Metallurgy in the National Physical Laboratory, late Scientific Adviser in the Glass Works of Messrs. Chance Bros.

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