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    LONDON. Royal Society, January 24. —“Micro-Metallography of Iron.” Part I. By Thomas Andrews, F.R.S. In the course of a research with high microscopical powers (including 300, 500, 800, 1200, and upwards to 2000 diameters) on the micro-crystalline structure of large masses of wrought iron, the author observed the following novel metallurgical facts:—

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    Societies and Academies. Nature 52, 213–216 (1895) doi:10.1038/052213a0

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