Vol. 58 No. #20 Archives

More Stories from the November 11, 1950 issue

  1. Work of Gibbs, Long Acclaimed in Europe

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  2. New Machines and Gadgets

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  3. Front Matter

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  4. Student Deferment Urged

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  5. Hums of Transformers Can Be Controlled

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  6. Detector of Flaws in Rail Joints Makes Travel Safer

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  7. Foundation Board Named

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  8. Sugar Handy Aid for A-Bomb Victims

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  9. JATO Rockets Use Smokeless Powder

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  10. Five Chemicals Seal Tiny Teeth Openings

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  11. [Photograph]: Maps Needed

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  12. Warmer and Drier November for U. S.

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  13. Predict Apples That Do Not Turn Brown in Air

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  14. H. T.’s Attackers Not Ill

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  15. Extreme Cold Key to What Makes Steel Really Hard

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  16. Tree Production Speed-up by Wires, Cutting Roots

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  17. Fluoridation Cuts Caries

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  18. Ozone as Preservative

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  19. Skin Resistance Measures Deafness in Children

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  20. Near-Vacuum Chamber Tests Supersonic Propellers

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  21. Replacement of Teeth

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  22. Ills Show in Fingerprints

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  23. Mica Flakes Are Secret of “Sandwich” Paint

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  24. Nobelist Fermi Awarded Patent on Atomic Device

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  25. In Science Fields

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  26. Search for Scientists

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  27. Typewriter Makes Sheet Music Symbols

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  28. Most Delicate Flint Work

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  29. Nature Ramblings: Kangaroo Rat

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  30. Books of the Week

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