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Factory and Industrial Management - Page 274
1903
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Papers on radiation, chemistry: 1901-1912

Smithsonian Institution - 1901
...the fact that to produce liquid air in the atmosphere of an ordinary laboratory is a feat analogous to the production of liquid water starting from steam...how to save it when produced from being immediately leveled up by the relatively superheated surroundings. Ordinary nonconducting packings were inadmissible...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 52; Volume 72

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - Science - 1903
...the fact that to produce liquid air in the atmosphere of an ordinary laboratory is a feat analogous to the production of liquid water starting from steam...levelled up by the relatively superheated surroundings. Ordinary non-conducting packings were inadmissible because they are both cumbrous and opaque, while...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 72

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1903
...the fact that to produce liquid air in the atmosphere of an ordinary laboratory is a feat analogous to the production of liquid water starting from steam...levelled up by the relatively superheated surroundings. Ordinary non-conducting packings were inadmissible because they are both cumbrous and opaque, •while...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1903
...the fact that to produce liquid air in the atmosphere of an ordinary laboratory is a feat analogous to the production of liquid water starting from steam...how to save it when produced from being immediately leveled up by the relatively superheated surroundings. Ordinary nonconducting packings were inadmissible...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important Events of ..., Volume 42

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1903
...L'one on, and most of the gases had been lique:••!: and the problem had become not so much bow to produce intense cold as how to save it when produced from being immediately leveled up by the relatively superheated surroundings. Y-iT thU purpose the author contrived a system...
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Science Conspectus, Volumes 4-6

Isaac W. Litchfield - Science - 1914
...these wonderful results." "To produce liquid air in the laboratory," says Dewar, "is a feat analogous to the production of liquid water starting from steam...surroundings at the same high temperature. The problem is not so much how to produce intense cold as to save it when produced from being immediately levelled...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 52; Volume 72

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - Science - 1903
...the fact that to produce liquid air in the atmosphere of an ordinary laboratory is a feat analogous to the production of liquid water starting from steam...with all the implements and surroundings at the same bigb temperature. The problem was not so much how to produce intense cold as how to save it when produced...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1902

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1903
...the fact that to produce liquid air in the atmosphere of an ordinary laboratory is a feat analogous to the production of liquid water starting from steam...how to save it when produced from being immediately leveled up by the relatively superheated surroundings. Ordinary nonconducting packings were inadmissible,...
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Report of the Board of Regents

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1903
...the fact that to produce liquid air in the atmosphere of an ordinary laboratory is a feat analogous to the production of liquid water starting from steam...so much how to produce intense cold as how to save ifc when produced from being immediately leveled up by the. relatively superheated surroundings. Ordinary...
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Collected Papers of Sir James Dewar. Volume Ii.

...the fact that to produce liquid air in the atmosphere of an ordinary laboratory is a feat analogous to the production of liquid water starting from steam...levelled up by the relatively superheated surroundings. Ordinary non.conducting packings were inadmissible because they are both cumbrous and opaque, while...
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