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Department of Chemical Engineering technical papers, 1900-1935

  • 1900-1935

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Date
1900-1935
Language
English
Description of Original
volumes
For Staff
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Available Contents (5 Volumes)

  1. Volume 1

    1. [Contents]
    2. An experimental study of the corrosion of iron under different conditions
    3. Electrochemistry as an engineering course
    4. The electrolytic rectifier
    5. Electrolytic production of metallic compunds
    6. Efficiency of the nickel-plating tank
    7. A practical utilization of the passive state of iron
    8. Electrolysis of sodium hydroxide by alternating current
    9. Single potentials of the halogen elements
    10. The present status of electric furnace working
    11. Notes on economic temperatures of copper-refining solutions
    12. An optical method for observing the diffusion in electrolytes
    13. An investigation of the borides and the silicides
    14. The electric smelting of zinc
    15. Notes on the use of aluminum as a reducing agent
    16. Some observations on the influence of arsenic in pickling solutions
    17. Observations on the corrosion of iron by acids
    18. Magnetic properties of electrolytic iron
    19. Structure of electro-deposits
    20. A new silicide of molybdenum
    21. Iron and calcium
    22. Rapid measurement of electrolytic resistance
    23. The action of carbon on magnesia at high temperatures
    24. The metals in order of their boiling points, as arranged from Moissan's experiments in the distillation of metals and alloys
    25. The corrosion of iron from the electrochemical standpoint
    26. Electric furnace conversion of iron pyrites into a magnetic form
    27. The preparation of calcium alloys for aluminothermic work
    28. Report of committee on calorimetry
    29. The mutual advantages to be derived through co-operation between engineering schools and those engaged in the gas industry
    30. Observations on alloys of electrolytic iron with arsenic and bismuth
    31. Further experiments with calcium alloys as reducing agents
    32. The solidification of alloys and magmas
    33. Physical properties of iron-copper alloys
    34. Certain characteristics of dry cells
    35. The magnetic and electrical properties of the iron-nickel alloys
    36. The magnetic and electrical properties of the iron-copper alloys
    37. The magnetic and electrical properties of iron-silicon alloys
    38. The strength of the alloys of nickel and copper with electrolytic iron
    39. The magnetic properties of electrolytic iron and some commercial steels
    40. The strength of the alloys of electrolytic iron and monel metal
    41. Über die Eigenshaften der Trockenelemente
    42. Hardness tests on alloys of nickel and copper with electrolytic iron - I
    43. Hardness tests on alloys of nickel and copper with electrolytic iron - II
    44. Hardness and its measurement
    45. Some alloys for permanent magnets
    46. Some physical characteristics of iron alloys
    47. Influence of arsenic and of tin upon the magnetic properties of iron
    48. Observations upon the alloys of iron and manganese
  2. Volume 2

    1. [Contents]
    2. The efficiency of college training of men for the chemical industries
    3. Electrolytic refining as a step in the production of steel
    4. Polarization in its relation to the decomposition pressure of electrolytes
    5. Über das Schmelzen von Kohle
    6. Electrolytic corrosion of iron in concrete
    7. The utility of the metallographic microscope
    8. Some alloys of calcium
    9. Malleable cast iron
    10. The electrical resistance of iron alloys
    11. The preparation and properties of metallic cerium
    12. Standard methods recommended for testing of dry cells
    13. Performance of dry cells
    14. The making of magnesia crucibles
    15. The volatility of zinc oxide
    16. The effect of various substances on the rate of corrosion of iron by sulphuric acid
    17. The rate of rusting of iron and steel
    18. Influence of various elements on the corrodibility of iron
    19. Physical and chemical data on dry cells and dry cell material
    20. The influence of cinders on the corrosion of iron imbedded in clay
    21. Report of committee on calorimetry
    22. Some present pickling methods
    23. Iron pipe used for electric conduit
    24. The electrodeposition of cobalt and nickel
    25. Some sources of error in gas calorimetry
    26. Some observations on base metal thermocouples
    27. The effect of addition agents in the electrodeposition of iron
    28. Addition agents in the deposition of zinc from zinc sulphate solution
    29. Polarization single potentials
    30. A microscopic study of electrolytic iron
    31. A study of the annealing process for malleable castings
    32. A study of the annealing process for malleable castings
    33. The constancy of base metal thermocouples as related to the microstructure
    34. Some notes on the manufacture of tin plate and the recovery of tin wastes
    35. Reinforced concrete building in Mexico
    36. Some observations on nickel plating solutions
  3. Volume 3

    1. [Contents]
    2. Cleaning and plating in the same solution
    3. On the temperature of reaction between acheson graphite and magnesia
    4. Cleaning and plating in the same solution
    5. Rapid nickel plating
    6. The protection of iron by electroplating
    7. Acid resisting properties of some iron-silicon alloys
    8. The evolution of hydrogen from cyanide plating solutions
    9. Calorized iron as an element for thermocouples
    10. The corrosion of metals by acids
    11. Some principles of electro deposition
    12. Some characteristics of fire clay and silica refractories
    13. Why busy rails do not rust
    14. Brittleness produced in steel springs by electroplating
    15. Crushing strength of magnesia-silica mixtures at high temperatures
    16. The sign of the potential
    17. On the combustion of carburetted water gas for industrial furnace heating and the heating of steel
    18. Some observations on gas calorimeters
    19. Electroplating on iron from copper sulphate solution
    20. Remarkable pitting of electroplating
    21. Teaching pyrometry
    22. Some factors affecting the usefulness of base-metal thermocouples
    23. Copper-aluminum-iron bronze as an acid-resisting alloy
    24. Laboratory tests on the removal of sulphur compounds from carburetted water gas
    25. The gas industry, a good customer of the university
    26. Physical characteristics of specialized refractories
    27. The effect of copper and silver salts on the corrosion of iron by acids
    28. Principles of alloying to resist corrosion
    29. Tests on a Brady B.T.U. indicator
    30. On the removal of naphthalene from manufactured gas
    31. On the removal of sulphur compounds from manufacted gas by means of sodium hypochlorite
    32. The dezincification of brass
    33. Volumes of gases of various heating values required to boil water in kettles of various sizes
    34. Electroplated zinc and the diffusion of electrodeposits into zinc
    35. Something new
    36. The ionic theory and its application to plating
    37. Essentials to progress
    38. Relations of anode and cathode efficiencies
    39. A study of water-line corrosion
    40. Pitting of nickel plating
    41. The effect of density of gas on the volume discharged from orifice on burner on gas stove
    42. A further study of the dezincification of brass
    43. Effect of reduced pressure on rate of corrosion of amalgamated zinc in acid and in alkali solutions
    44. The corrosion of iron alloys by copper sulfate solution
    45. Tests for grading corrosion-resisting alloys
    46. The granular resistor furnace
    47. Report of committee on teaching of electrochemistry
    48. Effects of nitrates on current efficiency of plating solutions
    49. The Thomas gas calorimeter: factors affecting its precision, flexibility, and reliability
    50. Throwing power
    51. Anodes for chromium plating
    52. Anodes for chromium plating : address to American Electro-platers Society…
    53. More perfect metal deposits
  4. Volume 4

    1. [Contents]
    2. Influence of silicon upon the properties of ferrosilicon
    3. How silica protection tubes cause contamination of thermocouples
    4. Oil absorption by paint pigments
    5. The nitrogen survey by the Department of Commerce
    6. Selection factors in choosing refractories for industrial plant use
    7. "Science--pilot of industry"
    8. Searching chemical literature
    9. Heat transfer: effect of size and physical properties on the heat absorption of checkerbrick
    10. Equipment news
    11. Absorption of ammonia in towers
    12. The Thomas recording gas calorimeter
    13. Protecting thermocouples by transparent silica tubes
    14. Feasibility of coke-oven hydrogen for synthetic ammonia
    15. Ammonia liberation from (NH4)2SO4 solutions by various limes
    16. Some characteristics of pyrometers useful in the gas industry
    17. Progress report on the work of Wisconsin Gas Association fellowship at the University of Wisconsin
    18. Chemical industries of Wisconsin
    19. The gas industry, a good customer of the university
    20. Some interesting sidelights on household refrigeration
    21. Progress report on the combustion space required in industrial furnaces for burning carburetted water gas
    22. Some characteristics of gas combustion
    23. Progress report on the work of the fellowship gas section, Wisconsin Utilities Association
    24. Temperature measurements of hot flowing gas
  5. 1936

    1. [Note]
    2. [Title Page]
    3. Contents
    4. Report of committee on teaching of electrochemistry
    5. Polarization in its relation to the decomposition pressure of electrolytes
    6. The effect of various substances on the rate of corrosion of iron by sulphuric acid
    7. The corrosion of metals by acids
    8. Brittleness produced in steel springs by electroplating
    9. Why busy rails do not rust
    10. The effect of copper and silver salts on the corrosion of iron by acids
    11. The dezincification of brass
    12. A study of water-line corrosion
    13. Tests for grading corrosion-resisting alloys
    14. The electrochemical theory of corrosion
    15. Voltaic couples and corrosion
    16. Effect of arsenic on the corrosion of iron by sulfuric acid
    17. Structure of electro-deposits
    18. The electrodeposition of cobalt and nickel
    19. Discussion on the electrodeposition of metals
    20. Addition agents in the deposition of zinc from zinc sulphate solution
    21. The effect of addition agents in the electrodeposition of iron
    22. Cleaning and plating in the same solution
    23. Rapid nickel plating
    24. Progress of the hot nickel solution
    25. The protection of iron by electroplating
    26. The evolution of hydrogen from cyanide plating solutions
    27. Remarkable pitting of electroplating
    28. Electro-plating on iron from copper sulphate solution
    29. Electroplated zinc and the diffusion of electrodeposits into zinc
    30. Effects of nitrates on current efficiency of plating solutions
    31. Anodes for chromium plating
    32. The plating on radiator shells
    33. A new bath for the direct nickeling of zinc
    34. Throwing power and current efficiency of the nickel plating solution at low and at high pH
    35. A new bath for the direct nickeling of zinc