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Williams, Thomas Scott 1777-1861

Overview
Works: 26 works in 59 publications in 1 language and 330 library holdings
Genres: Controversial literature  Records and correspondence  Manuscripts  Music 
Roles: Author
Classifications: E449,
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The Tract society and slavery. Speeches of Chief Justice Williams, Judge Parsons, and ex-Governor Ellsworth: by Thomas Scott Williams( Book )

18 editions published in 1859 in English and held by 109 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chief Justice Williams on the Maine law : its expediency and constitutionality by Thomas Scott Williams( Book )

1 edition published in 1850 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Memorial of Hon. T.S.W. ... comprising ... Dr. Hawes' Sermon ... preached Dec. 22, 1861; Proceedings of the Hartford County Bar; Judge Williams's address, etc by Thomas Scott Williams( Book )

1 edition published in 1863 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers of Delia Salter Bacon by Delia Salter Bacon( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Many of the later letters discuss Delia Bacon's research on the authorship of Shakespeare's works in England. Correspondents include: Mrs. Alice Bacon, Benjamin W. Bacon, David Bacon, George Blagden Bacon, Leonard Bacon, Leonard W. Bacon, Lucy Johnson Bacon, Theodore Bacon, George Bancroft, Sarah Cary Becker, Catherine E. Beecher, Francis Bennoch, James Buchanan, Charles Butler, Jane and Thomas Carlyle, Messrs. Chapman and Hall, Rufus Choate, Samuel Colman, J.P. Collier, Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Sir Henry Ellis, R.W. Emerson, Edward Everett, Eliza R. Farrar (Mrs. John Farrar), George Fayrer, C.C. Felton, Celina Flower, G.J. Granville, Mrs. W. Grote, Francis L. Hawks, Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne, Arthur Helps, Herriman and Brink, George S. Hillard, Marcus Hodges, R.M. Milnes (later Lord Houghton), J.B. Hume, M. Jones, Rose H. Lathrop, [J.?T.?] Lipscomb, George Littlewood, Sampson Low, Son & co., John Lord, E.B. Lytton (later Baron Lytton), James Martineau, Maria Mitchell, John Murray, Anthony Panizzi, J.W. Parker, Elizabeth Peabody, George Peabody, Alice Bacon Peck, Phillips, Sampson & co., George Palmer Putnam (editor of Putnam's magazine), Bernard and David Rice, Mr. and Mrs. George Ripley, Sarah S. Robbins, Benjamin Silliman, Augustus R. Sleet, Harriet B. Stowe, Thomas H. Taylor (editor of the Tribune), Jonathan M. Wainwright, Thomas S. Williams and Julia Bacon Woodruff
Surface modification by atmospheric pressure plasma for improved bonding by Thomas Scott Williams( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

An atmospheric pressure plasma source operating at temperatures below 150°C and fed with 1.0-3.0 volume% oxygen in helium was used to activate the surfaces of the native oxide on silicon, carbon-fiber reinforced epoxy composite, stainless steel type 410, and aluminum alloy 2024. Helium and oxygen were passed through the plasma source, whereby ionization occurred and ~10¹⁶ cm⁻³ oxygen atoms, ~10¹⁵ cm⁻³ ozone molecules and ~10¹⁶ cm³ metastable oxygen molecules (O₂¹[delta]_g) were generated. The plasma afterglow was directed onto the substrate material located 4 mm downstream. Surface properties of the plasma treated materials have been investigated using water contact angle (WCA), atomic force microscopy (AFM), infrared spectroscopy (IR), and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). The work presented herein establishes atmospheric-pressure plasma as a surface preparation technique that is well suited for surface activation and enhanced adhesive bond strength in a variety of materials. Atmospheric plasma activation presents an environmentally friendly alternative to wet chemical and abrasive methods of surface preparation. Attenuated total internal reflection infrared spectroscopy was used to study the aging mechanism of the native oxide on silicon. During storage at ambient conditions, the water contact angle of a clean surface increased from <5° to 40° over a period of 12 hours. When stored under a nitrogen purge, the water contact angle of a clean surface increased from <5° to 30° over a period of 40-60 hours. The change in contact angle resulted from the adsorption of nonanal onto the exposed surface hydroxyl groups. The rate of adsorption of nonanal under a nitrogen purged atmosphere ranged from 0.378±0.011 hr⁻¹ to 0.182±0.008 hr⁻¹ molecules/(cm²·s), decreasing as the fraction of hydrogen-bonded hydroxyl groups increased from 49% to 96% on the SiO₂ surface. The adsorption of the organic contaminant could be suppressed indefinitely by storing the silicon wafers in the presence of activated carbon or in a freezer at -22°C. The enhancement of adhesive bond strength and durability for carbon-fiber reinforced epoxy composite, stainless steel type 410, and aluminum alloy 2024 was demonstrated with the atmospheric pressure helium-oxygen plasma. All surfaces studied were converted from a hydrophobic state with a water contact angle of 65° to 80° into a hydrophilic state with a water contact angle between 20° and 40° within 5 seconds of plasma exposure. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy confirmed that the carbon atoms on the carbon-fiber/epoxy composite were oxidized, yielding 17 atom% carboxylic acid groups, 10% ketones or aldehydes and 9% alcohols. Analysis of stainless steel and aluminum by XPS illustrate oxidation of the metal surface and an increase in the concentration of hydroxyl groups in the oxide film. Following plasma activation, the total hydroxyl species concentration on stainless steel increased from 31% to 57%, while aluminum exhibited an increase from 4% to 16% hydroxyl species. Plasma activation of the surface led to an increase in bond strength of the different surfaces by up to 150% when using Cytec FM300 and FM300-2 epoxy adhesives. Wedge crack extension tests following plasma activation revealed cohesive failure percentages of 97% for carbon-fiber/epoxy composite bonded to stainless steel, and 96% for aluminum bonded to itself. The bond strength and durability of the substrates correlated with changes in the specific surface chemistry, not the wetting angle or the morphological properties of the material. This suggests that enhanced chemical bonding at the interface was responsible for the improvement in mechanical properties following plasma activation. The surface preparation of polymers and composites using atmospheric pressure plasmas is a promising technique for replacing traditional methods of surface preparation by sanding, grit blasting or peel ply. After oxygen plasma activation and joining the materials together with epoxy, one observes 100% cohesive failure within the cured film adhesive. Depending on the material, the lap shear strength can be increased several fold over that achieved by either solvent wiping or abrasion. The trends in adhesion with plasma exposure time do not correlate well with surface wetting or roughness; instead they correlate with the fraction of the polymer surface sites that are converted into carboxylic acid groups
Thomas S. Williams incoming correspondence by Thomas Scott Williams( )

1 edition published in 1854 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence concerning arrangements for a meeting of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1854, and replies to the invitation to attend, the majority of which were arranged alphabetically by Williams. The arrangements included publishing notices of the meeting in newspapers, trying to obtain reduced train fares, and organizing housing for the delegates. Other members of the arrangements committee included Henry L. Miller and Daniel S. Dodge
On the Maine Law. Its expediency & constitutionality. Report by Thomas Scott Williams( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

To the honorable Superior Court to be holden in Hartford ... The petition of Oliver Wells, of East Hartford ... dated at Hartford, the 20th day of August, A.D. 1829 by Oliver Wells( Book )

1 edition published in 1829 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Thomas Williams letter by Thomas Scott Williams( )

1 edition published in 1851 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter written by Thomas Williams of Hartford, Connecticut, to an unknown recipient, saying that he hopes to attend the meeting of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in Portland that September
Cold water army pledge ; Songs of the cold water army by Connecticut Temperance Society( Book )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Thomas Scott Williams Amerikaans politicus (1777-1861)

Thomas Scott Williams amerikansk advokat och politiker

Thomas Scott Williams amerikansk advokat og politikar

Thomas Scott Williams amerikansk advokat og politiker

Thomas Scott Williams politicien américain

Thomas Scott Williams US-amerikanischer Politiker

توماس اسکات ویلیامز سیاست‌مدار و وکیل آمریکایی

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English (59)