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N is made by passing air over copper disseminated in asbestos mass then [[reducing?]] hio by means of natural gas. This seems to me a rather wasteful method but Cooper says it has been found the cheapest under their [[?]] conditions. Had to run about one mile Thru snow. all following in single file to to catch. surface car for Niagara. Dr. Frank ran best, the other Germans seemed somewhat reluctant. Tessel and Frank complained of wet feet. Bought blue white striped long stockings in Niagara. ^Baseball stockings^ Hooker offered supper at Club. [[Carmeth?]] Lidbury and Saunders arrived later. Merry party. Frank did some singing. American and
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German songs. Also the Bakelite song! Took late train for Buffalo and went to bed about 11 P.M. All seemed satisfied with their day. [[underlined]] See 4 pages ahead filled in by mistake! [[/underlined]]
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Thursday, 14. Tonight I have to [[strikethrough]] give [[/strikethrough]] make address on "Opportunities of the Chemist" so started early at 7:30 AM jotting down a plan for same. [[strikethrough]] One of us [[/strikethrough]] Have had no time for preparation but hope to get along just the same. Turned out to my amazement that if to morrow evening I [[strikethrough]] desire [[/strikethrough]] want to be at ^[[Arthur]] [[Stillwells?]] dinner at Waldorf Astoria will have to leave here at 11:20 stop in Hamilton for 2 1/2 hours then take

Transcription Notes:
hio = hypoiodite acide

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