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    • DuPont Magazine [February 1918]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Firearms industry; Defense industry;
    • Table of Contents: Coal Conservation a National Problem; Road Building Under Difficulties; The Romance of Stone; The Making of Artificial Leather; Conserve the Food Supply by Conserving the Game; King Cotton Enlarges his Domain; Roadway Maintenance...
    • Analyzing invisible vapors

    • Manufacturing process of acetate rayon
    • An electric eye enables this ultraviolet photometer, at left, developed by scientist of DuPont's Rayon Technical Division and Electrochemicals Department, to see shadows of invisible vapors and gases in plant atmosphere. Here intake hose of...
    • Determining the degree of gloss

    • Testing and Analyzing Finishes
    • To determine the degree of gloss in a lacquer or finish, du Pont chemists use a device that measures the amount of light reflected. The light from a constant source is thrown back from the panel into the telescope tube. One half of the 'eyepiece'...
    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1978]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Wheelchairs; Plastics industry; Fashion industry; Textile industry; Boats; Nylon; Whales; Aquatic animals; Fashion industry; Explosives industry;
    • Table of Contents: A systems approach to furniture protection; First spring for today's Dacron; Inflatables afloat; Signs of marine life; Something new...and better..in denim; An extra measure of patient protection; Hot line on heat phenomena; The...
    • Measuring insulation

    • Testing and experimentation with synthetic textiles
    • The Pioneering Section of the DuPont Company's Textile Fibers Department developed this equipment to measure the insulation value of clothing fabrics. It is one of the instruments in use at the company's Experimental Station near Wilmington,...
    • DuPont Magazine [September-October 1975]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Petroleum industry; Pipelines; Fishing industry; Paint industry; Mass transit; Handicraft; Yarn; Bottle industry; Plastics industry;
    • Table of Contents: The pipeline crawler; A measure of reel success; Miami's other talented team; Erasing a chalky problem; The needlecraft curriculum; Of bubbles and bottles; Project that preserves beauty; Slick answer to sticky problems; Surfing...
    • DuPont Magazine [September-October 1972]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Skiing; Fashion industry; Textile industry; Petroleum industry; Gymnasiums; Fishing;
    • Table of Contents: Downhill duel; Knits: now a shirt story; What's around, six miles down; An added measure of reliability; Apparel design cum laude; A rugged competitor in the gym; Residential reprieve from exterior maintenance; Piscatorial pros;...
    • A view of the 'Raintester'

    • Testing of Treated Fabrics
    • Recently designed and constructed by the DuPont Chemicals division is this new 'Raintester' which duplicates the effect of rain on garments and fabrics and makes it possible to measure their water repellent qualities. By adjusting the nozzle at the...
    • Explosives research

    • Explosives Research
    • Experimental tunnel at DuPont Company's plant at Pompton Lakes, New Jersey is used by Eastern Laboratory technicians to duplicate conditions in underground mines. Tunnel is drilled 100 feet into face of a stone cliff. It enables researchers to...
    • Dielectric test of plastic

    • The creation of 'Teflon' at the Richmond, Virginia Plant
    • A laboratory technician places a disc of Teflon tetrafluoroethylene resin, a DuPont industrial plastic, in a high voltage testing set to measure its dielectric strength. The transformer oil bath serves as an insulator to prevent voltage flash over...
    • Engine House

    • Mills; Grain industry;
    • "This building contained an electric motor that provided power for the graining mill (H16) machinery. It is possible that it also contained a vertical steam engine at one time. The control button that sent current to the motor house was on a pole...
    • Arranging mirrors

    • Research Tools and Apparatus
    • Mirrors are being arranged by DuPont research physicists preparatory to making preliminary studies in infrared microspectroscopy. The measure of light absorbed by a tiny sample will help determine the molecular structure of the material being...

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