[N315041] Technical Note, April 6th, 1886


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[N315041] Technical Note, April 6th, 1886

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[paired entry; see N317027] p. 41 drawing "Conversion of heat into E by Oxdtn & reduction of O of Lead on continuously moving band of lead, passing into liquid close to Carbon in proper liquid Lead is oxidized-- thence through drier, tube then through Hydrogen reduction tube to batt again & so on continuously"; p. 43 drawings "Experiments to get a porous mateiral whose pores will let O through & not N"; p. 45 "Use plaster paris-- cork-- Lime-- natural-- meerschaum-- pressed chalk every deg pressure, cocoanut charcoal-- dif charcoal dry clay moulded oxide phosphates etc, (drawings) "Leather bladder Alligator leather parchment paper Electrify the surface of the porous material."; p. 47 drawing "Electrify parchment paper Leather etc.; pp. 49-51 Thermo couple drawings



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