fah., besides which several hundredweight of ice were made in the few days during which the experiments lasted.
fah., and the latter when this temperature was reduced to 65 deg.
Hot water, at 130° fah., will kill the cabbage worms and not injure the leaves.
fah., but the attempt made to keep our seat on our lively animals brought out the perspiration, as this was our maiden effort.
Professor Horsford has observed that ozone, subjected to a heat of 130 fah., entirely loses its properties.
fah., with the result that very nearly the whole of the contained aqueous vapor is condensed into water.
Food should be "milk warm," or about 99° fah., when given to a baby.
fah., the clothes, owing to the complete saturation of the hot air with live steam, remained absolutely unimpaired.
fah., this difficulty led to some experiments on the amount of expansion and contraction in different kinds of building stones.