Technology Quarterly and Proceedings of the Society of Arts, Volume 9

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The Institute, 1896 - Industrial arts
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Vol. 8-14 include "Review of American chemical research" edited by Arthur A. Noyes.

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Page 3 - President in the chair. The record of the last meeting was read and approved. The Corresponding Secretary read the following letter from the Honorable EDWARD J.
Page iii - THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. The objects of this Society are to awaken and maintain an active interest in the practical sciences, and to aid generally in their advancement and development in connection with arts, agriculture, manufactures, and commerce.
Page 104 - Piedmont ice -sheet are above the snow line, and the debris they carry only appears at the surface after the ice descends to the region where the annual waste is in excess of the annual supply. The stones and dirt previously contained in the glacier are then concentrated at the surface owing to the melting of the ice.
Page 104 - This is the history of all of the moraines of the Malaspina glacier. They are formed of the debris brought out of the mountains by the tributary alpine glaciers, and concentrated at the surface by reason of the ablation of the ice.
Page vii - This Constitution may be altered or amended by a vote of three fourths of the members present at any regular meeting, and notice to alter or amend the same shall be given at least one sitting before a vote thereupon.
Page 305 - Methods for the Analysis of Ores, Pig Iron, and Steel, in use at the Laboratories of Iron and Steel Works in the Region about Pittsburg, Pa., together with an Appendix containing various Special Methods of Analysis of Ores and Furnace Products.
Page 237 - ECONOMIC EVAPORATION. 31. Water actually evaporated per pound of dry coal, from actual pressure and temperature f Ibs. 32. Equivalent water evaporated per pound of dry coal from and at 212 Ff Ibs.
Page 312 - Disintegration and Decomposition of Diabase at Medford, Massachusetts. BY GEORGE P. MERRILL. Bull.

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