Technical Research and Education

1873 Scientific American  
facility and the valves retain their charge. The lJUmp; I President Morton's investigations into the beautiful phe. bodied the result of his thought. It is needless to add that therefore, seldom requires priming, even when used to raise i nomena of "fluorescence," and also his brilliant discoveries if the student has any inventive genius, this means developes the material a great distance : Tw ? props in front serve to , ' of thalIen<l and petrolucene, we have already described it; and he
more » ... ed it; and he leaves the school with a mind trained to think suppor : the pump � rmly whIle bemg � perated. They are in � etail. We have also alluded to his spectroscopic research· independently, or, in other words, to grapple at once with the closed m when not m use. The balancmg of the pump on i es III relation to the uranic salts, and we found him still en· I problems which are constantly presenting themselves in th two wheels at the ? enter also rend � rs the dischar � ing of . its i gaged upon. the � ame . subject. WE: were shown his labora. i everyday practice of his profession.
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