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  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT NO. 288
  • NEW YORK, JULY 9, 1881
    • Scientific American Supplement. Vol. XI, No. 288.
      • Scientific American established 1845
      • Scientific American Supplement, $5 a year.
      • Scientific American and Supplement, $7 a year.
    • Scientific American established 1845
    • Scientific American Supplement, $5 a year.
    • Scientific American and Supplement, $7 a year.
  • ALCOHOL IN NATURE--ITS PRESENCE IN THE EARTH, WATER, AND ATMOSPHERE.
  • DETECTION OF ALCOHOL IN TRANSPARENT SOAPS.
  • ON THE CALORIFIC POWER OF FUEL, AND ON THOMPSON'S CALORIMETER.
  • EXPLOSION AS AN UNKNOWN FIRE HAZARD.
  • CARBON.--SYMBOL C.--COMBINING WEIGHT 12.
  • SEYFFERTH'S PYROMETER.
    • APPLICATION OF THE PYROMETER IN BONE BLACK FURNACES.
    • APPLICATION OF THE APPARATUS TO BRICK FURNACES AND IN THE MANUFACTURE OF CHEMICAL PRODUCTS.
  • MANUFACTURERS' SOAPS AND THEIR PRODUCTION.
  • THE PREPARATION OF PERFUME POMADES.
  • ORGANIC MATTER IN SEA-WATER.
  • BACTERIA LIFE.
  • ON THE COMPOSITION OF ELEPHANTS' MILK.
  • THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF RICE, MAIZE, AND BARLEY.
  • PETROLEUM OILS.
  • COMPOSITION OF THE PETROLEUM OF THE CAUCASUS.
  • NOTES ON CANANGA OIL OR ILANG-ILANG OIL.
  • CHIAN TURPENTINE.
  • ON THE CHANGE OF VOLUME WHICH ACCOMPANIES THE GALVANIC DEPOSITION OF A METAL.
  • ANALYSES OF RICE SOILS FROM BURMAH.
  • DRY AIR REFRIGERATING MACHINE.
  • THOMAS'S IMPROVED STEAM WHEEL.
  • THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS.
    • ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT, JAMES BICHENO FRANCIS, AT THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE SOCIETY AT MONTREAL, JUNE 15, 1881.
    • WATER POWER.
    • ANCHOR ICE.
  • A PAIR OF COTTAGES.
  • DELICATE SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS.
  • THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES.
    • RATE OF PRODUCTION OF HEAT, CALCULATED IN THE SHAPE OF HORSE-POWER.
  • RESEARCHES ON THE RADIANT MATTER OF CROOKES AND THE MECHANICAL THEORY OF ELECTRICITY.
  • ECONOMY OF THE ELECTRIC LIGHT.
  • ON THE SPACE PROTECTED BY A LIGHTNING-CONDUCTOR.
  • PHOTO-ELECTRICITY OF FLUOR-SPAR CRYSTALS.
  • THE AURORA BOREALIS AND TELEGRAPH CABLES.
  • THE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE: WHAT IT IS.
  • GELATINE TRANSPARENCIES FOR THE LANTERN.
  • AN INTEGRATING MACHINE.
  • UPON A MODIFICATION OF WHEATSTONE'S MICROPHONE AND ITS APPLICABILITY TO RADIOPHONIC RESEARCHES.
  • THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT.
    • PUBLISHED WEEKLY.
  • PATENTS.
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