Automation and Academic Library Management: A Case Study

Peter E. September
1990 Library Review  
1) INTRODUCTORY. DURING the war many complaints were heard as to the "chemist's shop" flavonr of chlorinated waters, even where the greatest care was taken to avoid excessive chlorination. Various attempts have been made to " explain" this flavour, but no generally satisfactory reason appears to us to meet all cases. The experimental work detailed in tl;lis report was carried out to elucidate how far the containing receptacle was at fault, and, in our opinion, points strongly to its culpability
more » ... when it is of the common . galvanized-iron type. It will be recalled that many of the water carts, and tbe vast majority of the larger "water-point" tanks and smaller regimental tanks were zinc-lined: In our experiments bere summarized,. small galvanized-iron tanks which had not previously contained chlorinated water,and whicb were virtually new, were used throughout.
doi:10.1108/00242539010139326 fatcat:dq2hdjpuhndmlmh7qjgpbdtw3a