Paul W. Sanger
H. E. Shortt
It has recently become increasingly well recognized that parenteral administration of whole blood or blood products to susceptible individuals may be followed by the occurrence of a disease which is clinically indistinguishable from common acute infectious...
Francis C. Snyder
R. Bowling Barnes, David Richardson, John W. Berry, Robert L. Hood
Herbert G. Birch
T. W. Harrell, Margaret S. Harrell
John F. Enders, Sidney Cohen, Lewis W. Kane
Alexander S. Wiener, J. Preciado Zepeda, Eve B. Sonn, H. R. Polivka
R. M. Sandstedt, F. E. Mussehl
Esmond E. Snell, Adelle Neely Rannefeld
Ivan Baronofsky, Owen H. Wangensteen
Thirty‐four elements have been observed for evaporation behavior, the results being summarized for each element and the best techniques then listed in Table I. Heaters studied fall into two general classes, wires and crucibles. Tungsten,iron,nickel,...
Manuel F. Morales, Edith N. Rathbun, Robert C. Smith, Nello Pace
Ralph H. Imler
Donald Hunter, A.I.G. Mclaughlin, Kenneth M. A. Perry
L. A. Walford, W. E. Le Gros Clark, P. B. Medawar
Maxwell Finland, Osler L. Peterson, Howard E. Allen, Bernardo A. Samper, Mildred W. Barnes, Muriel B. Stone
Vincent P. Dole, Robert F. Watson, Sidney Rothbard, Esther Braun, Kenneth Winfield
J. J. Pfiffner, D. G. Calkins, B. L. O'dell, E. S. Bloom, R. A. Brown, C. J. Campbell, O. D. Bird
Robert L. Starkey, Kent M. Wight
R. J. Whitacre, A. J. Fisher
A characteristic change of spectral absorption of certain dyes as between water and organic solvents is shown to appear in aqueous solutions of gelatin or of the colloidal detergent, cetyl pyridinium chloride. This behavior is attributed to a bilateral...
Charles A. Evans, C. O. Rost
The East Kaibab monocline, a compound flexure downthrown 2000 to 5000 feet on the east side, extends from the San Francisco Peaks volcanic field, Arizona, north 150 miles to Bryce Canyon, Utah. South of the Grand Canyon the monocline has several branches...
William Francis Rienhoff, Kenneth L. Pickrell
J. B. Cragg, G. R. Ramage
John M. Nordquist
This paper discusses the properties of mixers in terms of linear-network theory. In Part I the network equations are derived from the fundamental properties of nonlinear resistive elements. Part II contains a resume of the appropriate formulas of linear-network...
Stafford C. Happ
THE PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF INORGANIC LEVELS IN THE INTERNAL MEDIUM OF ANIMALS
David B. Moore, Paul S. Pierson, Franklin M. Hanger, Dan H. Moore
Joseph Gillman, T. Gillman
A. R. Gilchrist
The determination of the molecular weights of large molecules by measuring the turbidity of the solution and the change in index of refraction with concentration is discussed. The apparatus, its calibration, and the technique used are treated together...
On analyzing their own data, Meyer and Ferri have concluded that at small extensions, rubber is an ideal elastomer according to the definition that (∂E/∂L)P,T=0. Further analysis of Meyer and Ferri's data does not sustain their conclusion....
The fineness of the gold in the Morobe gold field, New Guinea, varies in different parts of the field. Most of the gold output is derived from alluvial operations, and the workings are spread over streams comprising the Bulolo and Watut river valleys,...
When a frequency-modulated wave is received by more than one path, so that two or more of the voltages which are induced in the antenna have nearly the same amplitude, considerable distortion can result. Large objects, such as hills or high buildings,...
Edward C. Reifenstein, Anne P. Forbes, Fuller Albright, E. Donaldson, Elizabeth Carroll
Arthur W. Jones
Mark D. Altschule, A. S. Freedberg, M. J. McManus
Jeanette H. Levens, John F. Enders
Sheila T. Callender, Paykoc Zv
Ragnar Granit, C. R. Skoglund
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Trevor H. Howell
D. Hack Tdke
If a mass spectrometer is to be used successfully for gas analyses, the gas flow through the system must meet a number of requirements. The three modes of gas flow—molecular, intermediate, and viscous—are reviewed, and their working ranges are discussed...
Ashton Graybiel, Dorothy I Hupp
A modified Bingham‐type rheometer, designed for operation at temperatures up to 500°F and at pressures up to 2000 p.s.i. is described. Interchangeable orifice plates permit wide variation of shear conditions. With this instrument flow properties may...
Robert Sabatino Lopez
Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, Anton C. Pegis
George R. Minot, Charles S. Davidson, Jessica H. Lewis, H. J. Tagnon, F. H. L. Taylor
The diagnosis of beriberi heart disease.
H. C. Stoerk, William H. Carnes, C.B. French, T. M. Stout
G. J. Harper, W.C. Cawston
A. D. Wallace
There is an extensive but widely scattered literature on the subject of coronas and reaction rims. The observations of many writers are summarized here, and it is shown that further chemical study and close observation of geological relations are essential...
C. E. Venard
Gordon R. Willey
G. Scatchard, Laurence E. Strong, Wendell L. Hughes, J. N. Ashworth, A. H. Sparrow
Many methods are being used at present to explore the reasons for the differences in physical behavior of various types of polymers, plastics, rubbers and other compounds of high molecular weight. The peculiar rheological and electrical properties of...
F. H. Johnson, H. Eyring, R. Steblay, Hugh Chaplin, Carl P. Huber, Gherardo J. Gherardi
MacLEOD J, Heim Lm
R. C. De Bodo, K. F. Prescott
George L. Engel, Joseph P. Webb, Eugene B. Ferris
Elizabeth Donnan, Eric Williams
C. R. Spealman, R. J. Main, H. B. Haag, P. S. Larson
D. E. Lea, D. G. Catcheside
G. F. Cockbill, V. E. Henderson, D. M. Ross, J. H. Stapley
G. F. Heuser
The problem of sickle-cell anemia heart disease was studied in twenty-five carefully chosen cases of active sickle-cell anemia. The pathologic changes were studied in nine others. The problem of heart disease in patients with sicklecell anemia was discussed...
Frederick A. Coller, Herbert H. Vaughan
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George E. Cartwright, Patricia J. Jones
L. E. Dunn, R. E. Nylund
Robert E. Smith, Manuel F. Morales
Mary C. Fletcher, Ruth C. Harris
Gregory A. Kimble
Studies on the nature and properties of the perienteric fluid of Ascaris lumbricoides .
In the general expression of the potential energy of the triatomic molecule XYZ there are six force constants c 1, c 1′ (valence bond),c 2 (angle deformation), c 3, c 3′ (angle bond interaction), and c 4 (bond‐bond interaction), of which only three...
Donald W. Ross, McNaughton Fl
This study of the spiders provisioned by common mud-dauber wasps occurring in Maryland was initiated in 1937. At that time some material was collected from several nests with the intention of identifying the various species of spiders concerned. Later,...
J. H. Burn, Leslie H. Truelove, Isabel Burn
Riemann's Form of Taylor's Series
Winifred E. Brenchley, Katherine Warington
Mercedes Vicente De Torregrosa
Jules Freund, K. J. Thomson