Fuels And Their Use

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    AT the annual meeting of the Society of Chemical Industry, held in London on July 20, the chair was occupied by Dr. J. Emerson Reynolds, F.R.S. He chose, as the subject of his presidential address, “The modern developments in regard to fuels and their use” —a subject, as he explained, which had occupied much of his attention. The address was one of popular, as well as of scientific, interest.

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    Fuels And Their Use. Nature 46, 527–531 (1892) doi:10.1038/046527a0

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