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Author    Munn, Orson D.: Editor

Title   Scientific American December 1930 Volume 143 Number 6


Condition   Good


   First Edition

Size   4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Publisher   New York Scientific American Publishing Company 1930

Seller ID   35507817

Features: photo of interesting "new ears" for anti-aircraft gunners; a 4000 year food experiment - nutritional equilibrium in over-populated China; Editorials - spend for prosperity - Daniel Guggenheim - International affairs; Instrument flying to combat fog; Elevated highway to speed traffic in New York; X-ray fingers feel out the atomic structure of matter; A fact-finding laboratory; Archeology enters the stamp world; What is a quantum?; Feeding the crew of a battleship; More about pluto - further observations confirm its right to rank as a planet; Oil from below the ocean floor - oil derrick and pier are constructed in perilous waters; Factory wastes turned to profits; Scattered light and the Raman effect; An atom of Lutecium - its atomic structure is plotted for the first time; A murder, and the story the pistols told; When crude oil crosses the seas; Traveling home for phone linemen - a railroad train refitted as living, eating ,recreation quarters; Aviation in 1930, a summary. Back cover features colour advertisement for Lucky Strike cigarettes. An attractive woman is reclined beneath the caption "20,679 physicians say Luckies are less irritating." Cord front wheel drive automobile advertisement inside front cover. Average wear. Unmarked.

Features:  Photo  Of  Interesting  "new  Ears"  For  Anti-aircraft  Gunners;  A  4000  Year  Food  Experiment  -  Nutritional  Equilibrium  In  Over-populated  China;  Editorials  -  Spend  For  Prosperity  -  Daniel  Guggenheim  -  International  Affairs;  Instrument  Flying  To  Combat  Fog;  Elevated  Highway  To  Speed  Traffic  In  New  York;  X-ray  Fingers  Feel  Out  The  Atomic  Structure  Of  Matter;  A  Fact-finding  Laboratory;  Archeology  Enters  The  Stamp  World;  What  Is  A  Quantum?;  Feeding  The  Crew  Of  A  Battleship;  More  About  Pluto  -  Further  Observations  Confirm  Its  Right  To  Rank  As  A  Planet;  Oil  From  Below  The  Ocean  Floor  -  Oil  Derrick  And  Pier  Are  Constructed  In  Perilous  Waters;  Factory  Wastes  Turned  To  Profits;  Scattered  Light  And  The  Raman  Effect;  An  Atom  Of  Lutecium  -  Its  Atomic  Structure  Is  Plotted  For  The  First  Time;  A  Murder,  And  The  Story  The  Pistols  Told;  When  Crude  Oil  Crosses  The  Seas;  Traveling  Home  For  Phone  Linemen  -  A  Railroad  Train  Refitted  As  Living,  Eating  ,recreation  Quarters;  Aviation  In  1930,  A  Summary.    Back  Cover  Features  Colour  Advertisement  For  Lucky  Strike  Cigarettes.    An  Attractive  Woman  Is  Reclined  Beneath  The  Caption  "20,679  Physicians  Say  Luckies  Are  Less  Irritating."    Cord  Front  Wheel  Drive  Automobile  Advertisement  Inside  Front  Cover.    Average  Wear.    Unmarked. 

Price = 199.95 USD

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