[N314082] Technical Note, March 21st, 1886

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[N314082] Technical Note, March 21st, 1886

Editor's Notes

actually begins on p. 83-87 drawings labeled "Straightening filiments in lamps"; p. 89 "Use Tellurium electrodes as dehydogenizer-- saving powedered Tellurium" "Try Carbonize thin Celluloid in linseed oil hot--" "See if Licorice can be bleached if there are more than one substances that can be separated by solvents or precipitated--" "Licorice as clamps to enlarge pasted on filiments before carbonization"; p. 91 drawing with label "insulating liquids various metal electrodes"; p. 93 drawing of experimental apparatus probably for light into E expt, possibly related to expts described on p. 95

Date

1886-03-21

Decade

1880-1889

Identifier

N314082

Folder Set

N314-F

Microfilm ID

42:855

Publisher

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

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