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  1. Koll. Zeit., 32, p. 60; 1923.
  2. Ind. Eng. Chem., 16, p. 928–30; 1924.
  3. J. Am. Chem. Soc., pp. 2709–2718; 1924.
  4. Instead of a system actuated by an outside line the motor which drives the camera or an independent synchronous motor may be made, by means of certain connections through a gear system, to make and break the circuit through the lamp.
  5. This point is obtained by adding to the final length of column after complete sedimentation the length corresponding to total weight of sediment.

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Koll. Zeit., 32, p. 60; 1923.

Ind. Eng. Chem., 16, p. 928–30; 1924.

J. Am. Chem. Soc., pp. 2709–2718; 1924.

Instead of a system actuated by an outside line the motor which drives the camera or an independent synchronous motor may be made, by means of certain connections through a gear system, to make and break the circuit through the lamp.

This point is obtained by adding to the final length of column after complete sedimentation the length corresponding to total weight of sediment.

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