Gaseous Combustion at High Pressures: being mainly an Account of the Researches carried out in the High Pressure Gas Research Laboratories of the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, together with the Equipment and Experimental Methods Employed

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IT was at one time a practice as common as it is commendable for the author or instigator of scientific work that mattered to publish a volume of ‘collected researches’, wherein were reprinted such of his scattered papers, first published in the journal of one or other scientific society, as the author considered most worthy. Prof. Bone, to judge from his recent “Flame and Combustion in Gases” and his still more recent “Gaseous Combustion at High Pressures”, rightly believes this to have been a helpful practice—helpful perhaps to himself and his students, in enabling a conspectus of work accomplished readily to be made, and helpful undoubtedly to other scientific workers in the same or adjacent fields.

Gaseous Combustion at High Pressures: being mainly an Account of the Researches carried out in the High Pressure Gas Research Laboratories of the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, together with the Equipment and Experimental Methods Employed.

By Prof. William A. Bone Dr. Dudley M. Newitt Dr. Donald T. A. Townend. Pp. xiii + 396 + 14 plates. (London, New York and Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., Ltd., 1929.) 42s. net.

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