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    • Computers

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    • As more youngsters like Tiffany Kellogg learn about computers from instructors like Kathy Raeder, the day comes closer when business can take computer literacy for granted.
    • DuPont Magazine [September-October 1948]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Mining; Plastics industry; Nylon;
    • Table of Contents: The mining industry and DuPont; Story previews; Miners' right-hand man; Housewives vote for Cel-o-seal bands; yes, partners of progress; Longer life for mine timber; Paintbrush bristles, made in U.S.A.; Sand, water, and...
    • Auto Testing

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    • The “inside story” of 1940 car-The slightest jiggle of this 1940 Plymouth, which Miss Average Motorist, ordinarily would never detect, is here picked up by the newest-type “vibration meter” and amplified to a roar like thunder in the headphones she...
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1930]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: A year of progress; Lindbergh's Lockheed Sirius; Detective stories or pure knowledge; Duco in Japan; Trains in colors; The iron ore industry of the lake superior district; Builders of good will; Color goes into the movies;...
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1950-January 1951]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Footwear; Textile industry; Plastics industry; Paint industry; Agriculture; Rubber industry;
    • Table of Contents: Leather's 7-league boots; You fly by color; Less wrinkle for fabrics; No more of this; Protection for cats and cranes; A selling appearance; New diet for the soil; News for puddle-jumpers; Why there's not enough cellophane;...
    • Spun yarns

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    • Spun yarns from staple-whether cotton, wool, any natural or man-made fiber-are bulky an fuzzy compared with continuous-filament yarn, which is smooth. Sweaters, suits and the like are made from spun yarns, which are made from staple. Ladies' full...
    • Skylab

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    • The Space Shuttle will consist of a manned reusable orbiter which will look like a delta winged airplane. At launch it will be mounted to a large expendable propellant tank and two recoverable and reusable solid propellant rockets. The orbiter is...
    • View of Chambers Works

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    • DuPont's 25 million pound 'Hylene' organic, isocyanates plant now on stream at the Chambers Works, Deepwater Point, New Jersey. The plant was constructed during 1955 and completed in January of 1956. It currently employs approximately 80 people....
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1958-January 1959]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Tire industry; Nylon;
    • Table of Contents: Countdown on Delrin; Solely for silicon; High style for the jets; Sounding out of the marketplace; Beautiful brushes; Beautiful locks, too; Umpire chemists of the Mesabi; The success of sweet smell; Now they're heating with...
    • View of Chambers Works

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    • DuPont's 25 million pound 'Hylene' organic, isocyanates plant now on stream at the Chambers Works, Deepwater Point, New Jersey. The plant was constructed during 1955 and completed in January of 1956. It currently employs approximately 80 people....
    • Nylon 66

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    • Nylon 66 polymer, the type which was later commercialized, was first synthesized in February, 1935. In one year, more than 50 other nylon polymers were made with a simple glass apparatus like that pictured here. This phase of the work was one step...
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1930]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: Accident prevention in the chemical industry; Draining a desert of the past; And now, fire-resistant motion picture screens; California pheasantry; Fabrikoid in beautiful printed effects; When winter comes; Built like a fine...
    • Fiber E

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    • Fiber E the DuPont Company's newest form of the oldest of manmade fibers-rayon-lends itself to many unusual effects. Above at the left, the plush is not unusual, but when treated with a dilute solution of caustic soda, the fabric becomes wool like...
    • DuPont Magazine [November 1934]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry; Ammunition industry;
    • Table of Contents: How mighty is dynamite; From coffee mill to custom mill; When winter comes; Five concrete piers disappeared; Now anyone can letter perfect display signs; Mop on varnish? well, why not; What's new; For those who like to shoot;...
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1970]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry; Packaging; Plastics industry; Ships; Fashion industry;
    • Table of Contents: Laureate of the loom; Cleaning up automotive emissions; Building around history; Better showcase for cold cuts; The safest ship afloat; Personalized packets of flavor; There's no business like shirt business; The wizards of white...

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