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Adventures in research. 380, The troublesome chemist Adventures in research. 381, The contradictory gas.

Author: Paul V Shannon; J David Goldin; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.; Marr Sound Archives.
Publisher: Pittsburgh, Pa. : Westinghouse Electric, [1950]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : English
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Program 380: A dramatized story of how Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac proved that atmosphere at high altitude has no effect on chemical compositions. Program 381: A dramatized story of how Joseph Black discovered carbon dioxide, a gas we can't live with or without.
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Genre/Form: Radio docudramas
Science radio programs
Historical radio programs
Educational radio programs
Radio serials
Drama
Named Person: Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac; Joseph Black
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Paul V Shannon; J David Goldin; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.; Marr Sound Archives.
OCLC Number: 315826370
Notes: Radio broadcast of a science radio program with dramatic skits. Westinghouse syndication produced by KDKA Pittsburgh.
Provenance: J. David Goldin collection.
Pressed in red vinyl transcription disc; inside start.
Durations: 14:30; 14:30.
"ET annct. open & close."
Credits: Written by Dr. Phillips Thomas.
Performer(s): Paul Shannon, host; various actors.
Event notes: Broadcast date handwritten on label: Jan. 2, 1950 (Program 380).
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 16 in.
Other Titles: Adventures in research.
381,
Contradictory gas.
Contradictory gas.
Troublesome chemist
Adventures in research (Radio program)

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Program 380: A dramatized story of how Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac proved that atmosphere at high altitude has no effect on chemical compositions. Program 381: A dramatized story of how Joseph Black discovered carbon dioxide, a gas we can't live with or without.

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