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Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards

The Journal of Research of NIST and its predecessors report NIST research and development in metrology and related fields of: physical science, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics, biotechnology, information technology.

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Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards, 1915

Earth resistance and its relation to electrolysis of underground structures, T 26,
McCollum, B.; Logan, K.H.

Investigation of the durability of cement drain tile in alkali soils, T 44,
Wig, R.J.; Williams, G.M. (with McCrory, S.H.; Bebb, E.C.; Ferguson, L.R.)

A study of some recent methods for the determination of total sulphur in rubber, T 45,
Tuttle, J.B.; Isaacs, A.

A study of the Atterberg plasticity method, T 46,
Kinnison, C.S.

Value of the high-pressure steam test of portland cement, T 47,
Wig, R.J.; Davis, H.A.

An air analyzer for determining the fineness of cement, T 48,
Pearson, J.C.; Sligh, W.H.

Emergent-stem correction for thermometers in creosote-oil distillation fiasks, T 49,
Wilhelm, R.M.

Viscosity of porcelain bodies high in feldspar, T 50,
Bleininger, A.V.; Kinnison, C.S.

Use of sodium salts in the purification of clays and in the casting process, T 51,
Bleininger, A.V.

Electrolysis and its mitigation, T 52,
Rosa, E.B.; McCollum, B.

An investigation of fusible tin boiler plugs, T 53,
Burgess, G.K.; Merica, P.D.

Protection of life and property against lightning, T 56,
Peters, O.S.

Difference in weight between raw and clean wools, T 57,
Lewis, W.S.

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