Scientific American Supplement, No. 470, January 3, 1885
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Scientific American Supplement, No. 470, January 3, 1885

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  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT NO. 470
  • NEW YORK, JANUARY 3, 1885
    • Scientific American Supplement. Vol. XIX, No. 470.
      • Scientific American established 1845
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  • FLOW OF WATER THROUGH HOSE PIPES.
  • IRON PILE PLANKS IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF FOUNDATIONS UNDER WATER.
  • AN ATMOSPHERIC BATTERY.
  • SOUND SIGNALS.
  • TREVITHICK'S ENGINE AT CREWE.
    • [Continued from SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, No. 451, page 7192.]
  • PLANETARY WHEEL TRAINS.
    • IV.
  • THE FALLACY OF THE PRESENT THEORY OF SOUND.
  • THE ATTOCK BRIDGE.
  • THE ELASTICITY OF METALS.
  • THE HARRINGTON ROTARY ENGINE.
  • TESTING CAR VARNISHES.
  • THE FIXATION OF MAGNETIC PHANTOMS.
  • A CHIPPENDALE SIDEBOARD.
  • LIQUEFACTION OF THE ELEMENTARY GASES.
  • EXAMINATION OF FATS.
  • NOTES ON NITRIFICATION.2
  • ANILINE DYES IN DRESS MATERIALS.
  • CASE OF RESUSCITATION AND RECOVERY AFTER APPARENT DEATH BY HANGING.
    • Senior Assistant Medical Officer to the Kent Lunatic Asylum; Associate, Late Scholar, of King's College, London.
  • THE INVENTORS' INSTITUTE.
  • THE NEW CENTRAL SCHOOL AT PARIS.
    • [NATURE.]
  • RESEARCHES ON THE ORIGIN AND LIFE-HISTORIES OF THE LEAST AND LOWEST LIVING THINGS.
  • THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT.
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