Vol. 51 No. #17 Archives

More Stories from the April 26, 1947 issue

  1. Metallic Sodium Makes Lead Sheathing Last Longer

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  2. New Machines and Gadgets

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  3. Front Matter

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  4. Mysterious Explosive

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  5. Bacteria Corrode Concrete by Producing Sulfur-Acids

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  6. Penicillin Prevents Syphilis

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  7. [Photograph]: Penguins on Ice

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  8. Ram-Jet for More Speed

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  9. Preventing Smallpox

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  10. Bomb Products Are Known

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  11. [Photograph]: Navy Transport

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  12. Usefulness of Adsorption

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  13. More Sulfur Grows Bacteria to “De-Smell” River Water

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  14. Too Little Soap Means Work in Washing Clothes

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  15. Mild Cooking Improves Chicks’ Soy Bean Food

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  16. Man and Rat Are Proved to Be Vitamin Factories

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  17. Virus Murders Germ by Stealing Phosphorus

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  18. Germ-Killer in Garlic Produced Synthetically

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  19. Whirling in Simple Tube Separates Hot and Cold Air

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  20. In Science Fields

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  21. Jupiter Is Closest in May

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  22. Demonstration of Mine Explosions Are Made

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  23. Mold Will Make Alcohol

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  24. Chemical Makes Safer Wave-Fixer for Hair

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  25. Treatment for Cirrhosis

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  26. Light Energy Makes Rubber from Petroleum Compounds

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  27. Life Ended below Forty in Turkey of Ancient Times

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  28. Nature Ramblings: Whence May Flowers?

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  29. Tektites Are Moon Chips

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  30. Books of the Week

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