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But it was not in its direct application to metallurgy that coal was destined to produce its most amazing effects.
He had gone to a technological institute, where he had made himself master of the theory and practice of metallurgy.
In all other parts Teutsch reigns; and Schlesien is a green abundant Country; full of metallurgy, damask-weaving, grain-husbandry.
This treated of the modern subjects of geology, metallurgy, and mineralogy, as well as the chemistry of minerals.
The production of copper facsimiles by the electric current is called electrotype, and is the oldest branch of electro-metallurgy.
They are chiefly of interest in the metallurgy of nickel, cobalt, and tin.
It is important in metallurgy, because of the extensive use of it in extracting gold by "chloridising" processes.
This excellent handbook will prove a perfect Vade-mecum to those engaged in the practical work of Mining and Metallurgy.
These in fact do not differ essentially from the stamping mills and washing apparatus described in the article Metallurgy.
In metallurgy he devised improved methods for the manufacture of zinc and the purification of silver, tin and other metals.

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