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Fig. 2. — Corroded lead-cable sheathing. Portion of embrittled cable sheathing was flattened out. Photograph shows exterior of sheath; surface has been broken up by a network of “alligator cracks.” The metal can be easily crumbled with the fingers. 1/2 natural size.
(cropped from border, squared)
illustrating Henry S. Rawdon (1880-1954 *), “Intercrystaline Brittleness of Copper,” in Scientific papers of the Bureau of Standards 377 (1920)
University of Minnesota copy, digitized August 3, 2010

Rest(s)   (See also Onus.)
At rest   (See also Question.)
The rest
Schalenerz 95826 Owing to a variety of circumstances
ex McNeill’s Code (1908 Edition) *

Same image (rougher scan) in Henry S. Rawdon and S. C. Langdon. “A peculiar type of Intercrystalline Brittleness of Copper.” Transactions of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 64 (1921) 439-458, Discussion 458-465
NYPL copy, digitized February 10, 2012

29 April 2015

corrosion; scratches; telegraphic codes
H. S. Rawdon; S. C. Langdon; (Bedford) McNeill’s Code (1908 Edition)