Danger of Explosion and Fire in the Manufacture and Storage of Aluminum Bronze Colors

1897 Scientific American  
The conference at Rome was duly held, the United ments which will protect not only the mal'ks of our and out of whicll we can get that same electricity, is States being represented by Mr. Stallo, United States own citizens, but those of other countries similarly not a storage-of-electricity cell. minister to Italy. situated. By this co-operation we shall deal fairly and And when we correctly note the electrical character The principal amendment proposed was an addition honestly with our
more » ... s, which fairness and of sun energy, we must also note that it is invariably to Art. 10, that every product bearing a false indication honesty will redound to our own advantage as a related to oxygen, and not to carbon. If we remark of origin should be .eized on importation into any one nation. the immense part played by the so-called carbonic diof the contracting states; and that the seizure might oxide in supplying, by way of entrance into their leaves, also take place before shipment or after importation. NEW DEPARTURE CHEMISTRY. the chief substance of all plants, we must take care to Also for t, emporary protection of inventions, designs C see how the oxygen molecule and the sun co-operate. and models appearing at international expositions. By Dr. E. . TOWNE. In the first place. pure oxygen is every moment the These propositions were not ratified. by all of the IN the initial issue for the current year of The Elec-breath of life of the plant, precisely as of the animal; contracting states, and therefore failed. trical World, Prof. Elihu 'rllOllISOn had an artide en-and it is by its own push that the oxygen beats into The United States adhered to the convention in 1887 titled" Fuel Energy into Electrical Energy. " and the the protoplasm cells of the plant. It is not drawn in; and under an act of Congress (26 Statutes at Lari!e, page editor of the publication referred to tile article as treat-not even in ourselves is it drawn in, for its entrance 17) sent three delegates, Hon. 'l'homas W. Palmer, ing of "the direct conversion of fuel energy into elec-into the lung capillaries and the corpuscles of the minister to Spain, and Messrs. F. A. Seeley and Francis trical energy," "electrical energy direct from the energy blood; it puslles its own way; it alone is active; we }<'orbes, to the succeeding conference at Madrid in 1890. of fueL"
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