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(Medical Society of Nova Scotia, 1970)
Alexander Graham Bell’s optical disc and other inventions
The latter part of the 19th century is known to historians as the Gilded Age of Invention. The flurry of inventions created by Alexander Graham Bell is characteristic of the period. when a handful of seemingly heroic ...
A first principles approach to thermal conductivity measurements of solids
Although knowledge of heat conduction is crucial to the understanding of many practical everyday phenomena, the exposure of university students at the undergraduate level to this subject is often limited. With the intent ...
(Medical Society of Nova Scotia, 1976)
(Medical Society of Nova Scotia, 1981)
Morphology, growth and phenology of Petrocelis middendorffii.
(Dalhousie Printing Centre, 1992-03)
The non-calcarious red alga Pelrocelis middendorffii was studied in situ in the Bay of Fundy over the period October 1975 - May 1989. This species, widespread throughout the Bay, is found attached to rocks below the ...
Pyrolysis/magnetic separation; a process for reducing the sulphur content of eastern Canadian coals.
(Dalhousie Printing Centre, 1988-12)
Elements of a process are described, whereby the high sulphur coals of eastern Canada may be converted into a low sulphur product suitable for coal-slurry fuels. The process envisaged includes thermal/magnetic benefication ...
The oil-fields of eastern Canada
(McAlpine Publishing Co. Ltd., 1908)
Notes on recent sedimentary formations on the Bay of Fundy coast
(WM. MacNab, 1894)