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830 INDEX Star {continued) Sirius, 91-92 size of, 76 speed of, 71, 76 temperature of, 71, 72, 76 twinkling of, 438 tvpes of, 77 variable, 83-84 well known, 75 white dwarfs, 92 States of matter, 206, 219 Static electricity, 484-492 Statistics, 36, 37 Stator, 517 Statvolt, 492 Steam engine, 309-311, 325-326 Steel Bessemer, 636 crucible, 636 electric, 636 open-hearth, 636 stainless, 637 Stethoscope, 451 Stomach poisons, 752-753 Storage battery, 334-355 Strata, 168-169 Stratosphere, 132 Streamlining, 214 of airplanes, 369 Stringed instruments, 469-470 Stroboscopic effect, 404 Sublimation, 222, 237 Submarine canyons, 153 Substances, 240, 557-558 Substitution, organic, 614-617 Sucrose, 722 Sulfadiazine, 774 Sulfamic acid, 662 Sulfanilamide, 773-776 Sulfapyridine, 774 Sulfarsphenamine, 769 Sulfathiazol, 774 Sulfonamide drugs, 774-776 Sulfur, 187, 624-627, 734 Sulfuric acid, 625-626 Sun, the, 86 a poor clock, 120 chromosphere, 86 corona, 86 effect on comets, 112 source of energy of, 89-90 spectra of, 86 temperature of, 86 Sundial, 121-122 Sunshine recorder, 265 Sunspots, 86-88 Super- or ultra-sonic waves, 455 Supersaturated solution, 242 Surface tension, 215 Suspensoids, 728 S\ mbol, chemical, 560 Synchronous motors, 518 Synthesis, 32, 655 of precious stones, 188 Synthetic rubber, 693, 705-714 Talus slopes, 141 Tantaloy, 630 Tectonic earthquake, 157 Teel, 760 Tektites, 116 Telegraph, 505-506 Telephone, 513 Telescopes, 61-68, 71 Galileo's, 58-59, 61, 64 infrared, 393 reflecting, 64, 65 refracting, 61 Television, 540-542 Temperature critical, 227 scales, 210, 227 Temporary hardness, 759 Tenite, 670 Tesla coil, 511 Theodolite, 271 Theoryatomic, 563-564 Bohr atomic, 482 defined, 23 Einstein's, 95 electron and magnetism, 482 functions of, 23, 24 kinetic-molecular, 233-239 of electrolytic dissociation, 586-589 of expanding universe, 130-131 of isostasy, 160 of light, electromagnetic, 527-528 of probability, 236 phlogiston, 562 tidal, 128-129 Thermite, 635, 648-649 Thermocouple, 72, 525 Thermodynamics, 293-295 Thermoelectric effect, 525 Thermometers, 210-211, 224 maximum, 264 minimum, 264 Thermos bottle, 284, 293 Thermostats, 224 Thiokol, 711-712 Thrust, 365

INDEX 831 Thunderstorms, 268, 489 Tidal theory, 128-129 Tides, 93 height of, 94 lunar, 93 neap, 93, 94 primary, 94 secondary, 94 spring, 93, 94 solar, 93 Time daylight saving, 121 measurement of, 118-122 sidereal, 119 standard, 120-121 Tints, 416 Tones, 466 Topography, 148-151 Tornadoes, 259-260 Torricellian vacuum, 208 Transformers, 511-512 step down, 512 step up, 512 Transportation, 322-327 airplane, 363 automobile, 344-345 by railroad, 325-326 by self-propelled highway vehicles, 325-327 by water, 322-324 Trisodium phosphate, 760 Tropopause, 132 Troposphere, 132 True bearing, 380 Tubes Cooiidge, 550 Crookes, 544-546, 548 discharge, 569 Geissler, 545 Tyndal effect, 725-726 Typhoons, 260-261 Ultraviolet fluorescence, 406-409 radiation, 390-391, 401 Unconformity, 169 Universe Babylonians' picture, 54 Hebrews' picture, 54 our galaxy, 51 the galaxy, 51, 54, 85 Unsaturated compounds, 612-614, 617- 618 Uranus, 108 Urea, 666 Vacuum tubes oscillators, 532-533 phototubes, 539-540 receivers, 500 rectifiers, 519, 533 Valence, 564, 579-581 CO-, 581 electro-, 580 Values, color, 416 Van de Graaff generator, 488, 490-491 Vaporization, 226 Vapor pressure, 226, 244-245 Venturi tube, 268-269 Venus, the planet, 102-103, 107 Vibrations supersonic, 455 ultrasonic, 455 Vinylite, 678, 679, 681 Vinyon, 678, 679 Viruses, 794 Viscosity, 213, 237 Vitamins, 736, 738-743 Voice, human, 472 Volcanoes, 161-165 Volt, 492, 497-498 Volta, Alessandro, 495 Voltaic pile, 495 Vulcanism, 153, 161-165 Vulcanization, 705-706, 708 Vulcanized fiber, 665 Warfare, 799-800 Water glass, 631 power, 299-300 purification, 759 repellents, 671 softening, 758-759 Waterless cooking utensils, 283 Waterspout, 259-260 Watts, 498 Wave-length, 450 Waves light, 449-450 sound, 448-458 Wealth distribution of, 797 Weather causes of, 254-255 forecasting, 264-273 maps, 268-269 observations, 264-268 vane, 265 Weight, 94 Wiltproofing, 671 Wimshurst machine, 490

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  • Page 845 and 846: INDEX 827 Periodicity, 568 Periodic
  • Page 847: INDEX 829 Roentgen, W. R., 546 Roll
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