Some Phenomena of Pot-Attack
T093-T116 (32 pages including 8 of plates)
In this account of certain aspects of the research work on glass which has been carried out at the National Physical Laboratory) I have laid stress rather upon the wide general principles which we have endeavoured to trace than upon any detailed practical applications. In regard to the very wide questions which we have, I believe, opened up for the first time in regard to the action of molten g1ass upon pots, it is very evident that much further research of a delicate and accurate nature is required, and it is our hope to carry this on in order to elucidate the many difficult points which still present themselves. I have no doubt that it is by research on these lines that the greatest advancement of our knowledge, and consequently of our industry, is to be obtained. But practical application need not await the completion or even the further development of these researches.
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