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    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1968]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Shoe industry; Automobile racing; Flood control; Explosives; Stadiums; Razor blades; Furniture industry;
    • Table of Contents: Shoes, secrets and shinbones; New safeguard for auto racers; Mopping up the Mississippi before the flood; The explosive that pours; The cap that won't come off; Coloful seats to cheer from ; A new edge in performance; Where...
    • 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 [November-December 1964]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Airplanes; Clothing industry; Textile industry; Gold mining; Explosives; Fashion industry; Plastics industry;
    • Table of Contents: Pampering the powerful pods; Getting a line on heat secrets; Suiting up the rangers; Gold mining at homestake; Fabrics with a flair for fashion; The long journey of the air spring; Cocoons for the moon men; Parts pressed while...
    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1977]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Floor coverings; Radiologists; Veterinary medicine; Automobile industry; Textile industry; Boats; Plastics industry; Paint industry; Automobile service stations; Cleaning establishments;
    • Table of Contents: Sound investment at last national bank; Seekers of animal secrets; IMPACT: 40 million parts later; Technologies in tandem; Newcomers to the automotive assembly line; An edge on performance; Redecorating the roadside oases;...
    • A 'breath meter'

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    • Highly ingenious laboratory tools and instruments help DuPont scientists uncover many secrets of nature ordinarily hidden from the human senses. This 'Breath meter' is so sensitive that mere blowing on the steel bar can easily be registered. This...

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