Scientific American Supplement, No. 531, March 6, 1886
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Scientific American Supplement, No. 531, March 6, 1886

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  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT NO. 531
  • NEW YORK, MARCH 6, 1886
    • Scientific American Supplement. Vol. XXI, No. 531.
      • Scientific American established 1845
      • Scientific American Supplement, $5 a year.
      • Scientific American and Supplement, $7 a year.
  • THE USE OF IRON IN FORTIFICATION.
  • HIGH SPEED ON THE OCEAN.
  • SIBLEY COLLEGE LECTURES.
  • PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF BALANCING FORCES DEVELOPED IN MOVING BODIES.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • THE PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF BALANCING FORCES DEVELOPED IN MOVING BODIES.
    • MOMENTUM AND CENTRIFUGAL FORCE.
  • COMPRESSED AIR POWER SCHEMES.
  • THE BERTHON COLLAPSIBLE CANOE.
  • THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OPENING OF THE FIRST GERMAN STEAM RAILROAD.
  • IMPROVED COAL ELEVATOR.
  • STEEL-MAKING LADLES.
  • APPARATUS FOR DEMONSTRATING THAT ELECTRICITY DEVELOPS ONLY ON THE SURFACE OF CONDUCTORS.
  • THE COLSON TELEPHONE.
  • THE MELDOMETER.
  • TOUCH TRANSMISSION BY ELECTRICITY IN THE EDUCATION OF DEAF-MUTES.
  • WATER GAS.
    • THE RELATIVE VALUE OF WATER GAS AND OTHER GASES AS IRON REDUCING AGENTS.
  • ANTISEPTIC MOUTH WASH.
  • ANNATTO.
  • JAPANESE RICE WINE AND SOJA SAUCE.
  • ALUMINUM.
  • THE ORIGIN OF METEORITES.
  • CANDELABRA CACTUS AND CALIFORNIA WOODPECKER.
    • CEREUS GIGANTEUS.
  • HOW PLANTS ARE REPRODUCED.
  • THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT.
    • PUBLISHED WEEKLY.
  • PATENTS.
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