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Coloured Glass as a Deterrent to House Flies

Nature volume 128, pages 277278 (15 August 1931) | Download Citation

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AN interesting series of tests with the object of finding whether rooms glazed with ‘Calorex’ are likely, by virtue of the special properties of the glass, to be freer from insects than rooms glazed with ordinary glass has recently been carried out at the Imperial College of Science and Technology under the supervision of Prof. J. W. Munro, on behalf of Messrs. Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd.

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