Reports of the Commissioners of the United States to the International Exhibition Held at Vienna, 1873, Volume 2

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Robert Henry Thurston
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1876 - Vienna International Exhibition
 

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Contents

Substitutes for ferment
91
Phosphatio bread
92
Changes in crust conversion of starch to dextrine
93
Advantage of Bmall over large loaves
94
What is stale bread
95
Results of authors experimental research 9fi 213 Proportions of ingredients in crust and crumb 9G 214 Loss of water as determined by von Fehling
96
Loss due to fermentation
97
CHAPTER IV
98
The doughroom
99
Illustrations of KaiserSemmel
100
How to secure largesized loaves with thin crust
102
Can we have Vienna bread in America?
103
APPENDIX A 230 DompwolfPs investigation of Hungarian wheat and wheatflour from the Pesth walzmiihle
104
Processes in the Vienna bakeries 218
105
APPENDIX B 233 Phosphatic bread
109
Liebigs comparison of meats with grain
110
Phosphatic bread 233
112
Introduction of phosphatic bread into Europe
113
Impurities in American wheat 67
118
Phosphates indispensable to vital tissues Ill 240241 Meyers experiments with phosphatic bread
119
The Thilenius millstone 40
121
Constituents of plantfood 1
3
Articles
10
Potassium fertilizers 55
51
Characteristics of flour 68
68
Characteristics of various starchgranulos 69
69
American photography 3
73
Character of exhibit 1
1
Recent improvements in photography 3
3
Clocks 29
29
Extent of exhibit 1
43
Description of modern processes 45
45
Plane tables 11
53
General character of exhibit 1
1
German historical collection 24
87
Railway companies and telegraphs 46
3
Surgery 5
5
Recovery of oxide of manganese 7
7
Nitrogen its proportion affected by climate 14
14
Administration 37
37
The cradle and the creche
49
Measuring apparatus 1
1
Salles dAsyle 4
4
Physiological infantschool 11
11
Electrical apparatus 18
18
Arrangement of exhibits 1
3
Collections by governments 12
12
Thernioinetrical apparatus 17
17
The Ceuteuuial Exhibition as an opportunity 21
21
Chemical materials
1
Laboratory apparatus 27
27
National printing office of France 24
35

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