[N314003], Technical Note, Thomas Alva Edison, March 18th, 1886

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Title

[N314003], Technical Note, Thomas Alva Edison, March 18th, 1886

Editor's Notes

This is the first set of notebook entries TAE makes in Ft. Myers. Should probably select whole group from same day (includes N314009, N314013, N314017) p. 3 charged platina coil in lamp drawings (prevent carbon carrying?); p. 5 "Carbonize in 4 days in reducing solution. Also water absorbing solution. Linseed oil. Also linseed oil & sulp Iron Pot. Saturated Solution. Chloride Zinc. Protochloride Tin. (drawing) Hydrogen--City gas passed through several tubes of finely divided copper to absorb O-- also then thru phos [anly?] to get H2O Slow carbonization 3 days"; p. 7 vacuum pump modification; p. 9 (drawing) "Experiment for baloon teleghy see if a increased EMF give greater jump"; (drawing) "See if sudden pulling off armature gives good phonoplex Jump--"; p. 13 (drawing) "Carbonize 64 hours slow in Linseed oil proto salts that are reducers in Linseed & alone if can get heat also Chloride Cal & Chl Zinc glacial phos acid in sealed tubes to get pressure-- also in parafine-- Napthalene-- & high melting point Hydrocarbons"; p. 15 (drawing) "Sealed tube with glass or nickel washers in center of which pass the filiments to hold them in position-- Then Carbonize with tubes sealed and filled with powdered metallic Lead-- fusible metal-- Zinc-- etc"; p. 17 "Process for burning natural gas into Telephone Lampblack & then to book ink-- Experiment--"; pp. 18-21 drawings of devices possibly related to natural gas and also to telegraphy

Date

1886-03-18

Decade

1880-1889

Folder/Volume ID

N314-F

Microfilm ID

42:815

Document ID

N314003

Publisher

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