Scientific American Supplement, No. 829, November 21, 1891
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Scientific American Supplement, No. 829, November 21, 1891

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  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT NO. 829
  • NEW YORK, November 21, 1891.
    • Scientific American Supplement. Vol. XXXII, No. 829.
      • Scientific American established 1845
      • Scientific American Supplement, $5 a year.
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    • Scientific American established 1845
    • Scientific American Supplement, $5 a year.
    • Scientific American and Supplement, $7 a year.
  • THE RECENT BATTLES IN CHILE.
    • THE BATTLE OF VIÑA DEL MAR, CHILE.
  • THE SUN'S MOTION IN SPACE.
  • ANIMAL ORIGIN OF PETROLEUM AND PARAFFIN.
  • THE ORIGIN OF PETROLEUM.1
  • THE COLORADO DESERT LAKE.
  • HEMLOCK AND PARSLEY.
  • THE EREMURI.
  • RAPHIDES, THE CAUSE OF THE ACRIDITY OF CERTAIN PLANTS.
  • THE WHALE-HEADED STORK.
  • THE CALIFORNIA RAISIN INDUSTRY.
  • COLD AND MORTALITY.
    • ANIMAL POWER AT DIFFERENT PERIODS OF LIFE.
    • FALL OF TEMPERATURE—MODE OF ACTION.
    • EXTRACTION OF HEAT.
    • SUPPRESSED OXIDATION.
    • MECHANICAL COLD.
    • COMBINED EFFECTS.
    • SOME SIMPLE RULES.
  • THE TREATMENT OF GLAUCOMA.
  • A TWIN SCREW LAUNCH RUN BY A COMPOUND ENGINE.
  • IMPROVEMENTS IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF RIVER AND CANAL BARGES.
  • WELDON'S RANGE FINDER.
  • WHEELS LINKED WITH A BELL CRANK.
  • THE DECORATIVE TREATMENT OF NATURAL FOLIAGE.1
    • § 1.—THE ELEMENTS OF DECORATION.
    • § 2.—THE TWO KINDS OF FOLIAGE.
    • § 3.—APPLICATION OF THE TWO KINDS.
    • § 4.—THE FOUR TREATMENTS.
    • § 5.—THE BOTANICAL ANALYSIS TREATMENT.
    • § 6.—THE DISGUISED ARTIFICIALITY TREATMENT.
    • § 7.—NOTE ON SYMMETRY.
    • § 8.—REALISM AND CONVENTIONALISM: DEFINITIONS.
    • § 9.—SCALES FROM REALISM TO CONVENTIONALISM.
  • THE CYCLOSTAT.
  • MERCURY WEIGHING MACHINE.
  • REEFING SAILS FROM THE DECK.
    • L.K. MORSE.
    • Rockport, Me., Oct. 28, 1891.
  • A NEW PROCESS FOR THE BLEACHING OF JUTE.
  • THE INDEPENDENT—STORAGE OR PRIMARY BATTERY—SYSTEM OF ELECTRIC MOTIVE POWER.1
    • PRIMARY BATTERIES.
    • SECONDARY BATTERIES.
  • ON THE ELIMINATION OF SULPHUR FROM PIG IRON.1
  • ON THE OCCURRENCE OF TIN IN CANNED FOOD.
    • METHOD.
    • RESULTS OF EXAMINATION.
  • NEW PROCESS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF CHROMATES.
  • A VIOLET COLORING MATTER FROM MORPHINE.
  • LIQUID BLUE FOR DYEING.
  • A New Catalogue of Valuable Papers
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    • Building Plans and Specifications.
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