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Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards

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Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards, 1918

Tests of large bridge columns, T 101,
Griffith, J.H.; Bragg, J.G.

The properties of Portland cement having a high magnesia content, T 102,
Bates, P.H.

Effect of the size of grog in fire-clay bodies, T 104,
Kirkpatrick, F.A.

Stabilized-platform weighing scale of novel design, T 106,
Schlink, F.J.

Comparative tests of chemical glassware, T 107,
Walker, P.H.; Smither, F.W.

Ground connections for electrical systems, T 108,
Peters, O.S. 50c.

The influence of quality of gas and other factors upon the efficiency of gasmantle lamps, T 110,
McBride, R.S.; Dunkley, W.A.; Crittenden, E.C.; Taylor, A.H.

The compressive strength of large brick piers, T 111,
Bragg, J.G.

Standardization of the Saybolt Universal Viscosimeter. [1st ed.], T 112,
Herschel, W.H.

Determination of permeability of balloon fabrics, T 113,
Edwards, J.D.

New Baume scale for sugar solutions, T 115,
Bates, F.; Bearce, H.W.

Toluol recovery, T 117,
McBride, R.S.; Reinicker, C.E., Dunkley, W.A. 10c.

Tests of hollow building tiles, T 120,
Hathcock, B.D.; Skillman, E.

Glasses for protecting eyes from injurious radiations. [2nd ed.], T 93,
Coblentz, W.W.; Emerson, W.B.

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