Scientific American Supplement, No. 1082, September 26, 1896
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Scientific American Supplement, No. 1082, September 26, 1896

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  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT NO. 1082
  • NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 26, 1896.
    • Scientific American, established 1845.
      • Scientific American Supplement. Vol. XLII., No. 1082.
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  • ZANZIBAR.
  • ERRORS IN OUR FOOD ECONOMY.
  • THE COLORS NAMED IN LITERATURE.
  • WHAT THE SEA HAS TAKEN.
  • THE DE DION AND BOUTON ROAD MOTOR.
  • FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE IN A ROWBOAT.
  • THE WASTE OF SHIPPING.
  • NEW METHODS OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AT PARIS.
  • BELLEEK CHINA.
  • GOODMAN'S HATCHET PLANIMETERS.
  • APPARATUS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF ACETYLENE GAS.
  • DEVICE FOR THE DISPLAY OF LANTERN SLIDES.
  • THE FECULOMETER.
  • THE COMING LIGHT.
  • AN AIR BATH.
  • FIREDAMP TESTING STATION AT MARCHIENNE-AU-PONT.1
  • PHOTOGRAPHY FOR CHEMISTS.
    • LANTERN SLIDES BY REDUCTION.
  • PRECIOUS STONES.1
    • LECTURE I.
  • A RESEARCH ON THE LIQUEFACTION OF HELIUM.1
  • SOME NOTES ON SPIDERS.
  • ENGINEERING NOTES.
  • ELECTRICAL NOTES.
  • MISCELLANEOUS NOTES.
  • SELECTED FORMULÆ.
  • THE GREAT KRUPP WORKS.
  • PHYSICS WITHOUT APPARATUS.
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