4 edition of Scientific American Supplement, No. 841, February 13, 1892 found in the catalog.
Written in English
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SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT No. MA JAPANESE PEARL CULTURE WOM EN WHO D I V E FOR BY T. k U M [. p AR THE SHELTERED BAY OF AGO WHERE WOMEN DIVE FOR PEARLS. WHETHER or not there were any pearls in prehistoric Japan, and, if so, whether these pearls were used for. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Febru The frontpage features an article "The Marvin Safe" which shows two different illustrations from the company with more coverage inside. Inside is an article inside: "Improved Treadle For Bicycles" includes a very nice 6 1/2 by 4 1/4 inch illustration of an early bicycle.
February (39) January (57) () December (53) SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT NO. NEW YORK, FEBRU but all the eruptions known besides were as mere child's play to the terrible one of Krakatoa in George Samuel Newth died in Hythe, Kent, England in No photographs have yet surfaced of him, although photographs of his father Samuel Newth are known. Scientific work. G. S. Newth was the author of a number of popular books in chemistry, most notably Chemical Lecture Experiments and Inorganic Chemistry.
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. , Febru , by Various; How these assistant mordants act is somewhat uncertain, the explanation generally given is that they exert a slightly solvent action on the dye-stuff, and so prevent it from going upon the fibre too readily.
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Newth also had a number of scientific papers published (see Bibliography section). An American chemist, George D. Timmons, had a book called Questions on Newth's Inorganic Chemistry published in Bp definition, beautiful people; beautiful person.
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