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The Electro-Thermic Manufacture of Iron and Steel1

Nature volume 71, pages 258259 (12 January 1905) | Download Citation



THIS report is of great interest and importance to iron and steel metallurgists, and the appointment of the commission which has drawn it up suggests that Canada has an enterprise in fostering metallurgical knowledge which the Government of the mother country might well imitate for the advantage of British metallurgical industries The English metallurgist attached to the commission was Mr. F. W. Harbord.

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