The polished strips of metal were agitated by means of a device constructed to simulate plant conditions as nearly as possible. The losses in weight per square decimeter per thirty minute exposure recorded represent averages of eight to twenty-four determinations under the experimental conditions.
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Quam, G. N.
"The Temperature Effect on the Solubilities of Nickel, Tin, Copper, Steel (Chromium) and Zinc in Raw Cow's Milk,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 36(1), 261-262.
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