[N146105], Technical Note, Charles Batchelor, Thomas Alva Edison, October 25th, 1880

Item

Abstract

REf 60:1-4. For treating filaments while carbonizing. Fr 946 chlorine first then a volatile parafine. Heating by concentrating light through lense. fr 947 "platinum nickel cobalt or other infusible metal brought to incandescence in a carbon vapor & carbon deposited it is then stripped off or it may be loosened by eating the metal." FR 948 "Caveat: induction spark and heating loop same time--vapor of volatile parafine in tube in carbon X soaked in tar. Electrical carry8ing coats carbon. Carbonize under pressure." See exptl reseasrch 5:132. Fr 949 "references for [charging] field from separate source of electricity" 4:105-7 "The gramme machine was then used to run the magnet and a fearful pulling was the result as nearly all the currents were short circuited."

Date

1880-10-25

Decade

1880-1889

Identifier

N146105

Folder Set

N146

Title

[N146105], Technical Note, Charles Batchelor, Thomas Alva Edison, October 25th, 1880

Microfilm ID

38:946

Publisher

Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University