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Technologic Papers 1914

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, 1914

Surface insulation of pipes as a means of preventing electrolysis, T 15,
McCollum, B.; Peters, O.S.

Determination of carbon in steel and iron by the barium carbonate titration method, T 33,
Cain, J.R.

Determination of ammonia in illuminating gas, T 34,
Edwards, J.D.

Combustion method for the direct determination of rubber, T 35,
Wesson, L.G.

Industrial gas calorimetry, T 36,
Waidner, C.W.; Mueller, E.F.

Iodine number of linseed and petroleum oils, T 37,
Smith, W.H.; Tuttle, J.B.

Observations on finishing temperatures and properties of rails, T 38,
Burgess, G.K.; Crowe, J.J.; Rawdon, H.S.; Waltenberg, R.G.

Analysis of printing inks, T 39,
Tuttle, J.B.; Smith, W.H.

The veritas firing rings, T 40,
Bleininger, A.V.; Brown, G.H.

Lead acetate test for hydrogen sulphide in gas, T 41,
Mcbride, R.; Edwards, J.D.

Standardization of No. 200 cement sieves, T 42,
Wig, R.J.; Pearson, J.C.

Hydration of portland cement, T 43,
Klein, A.A.; Phillips, A.J.

Created March 21, 2013, Updated September 21, 2016