The Electrical Experimenter, vol. 3, no. 11, March 1916

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This issue is composed of the following stories and articles, some of which go unattributed on the table of contents:

FRONT COVER—"THE TESLA DESTROYER" From a painting by Thomas N. Wrenn

THE UTILIZATION OF THE SUN'S ENERGY THE CHORALCELO, A WONDERFUL ELECTRIC PIANO NEW USES FOR ELECTRICITY IN THE WAR ELECTROCUTING SUPERFLUOUS CATS AND DOGS

KILLING THE SMOKE NUISANCE ELECTRICALLY By Samuel Cohen

THE TESLA HIGH FREQUENCY OSCILLATOR By H. Winfield Secor, E.E.

ELECTRICITY WONDERFUL AID TO MODERN SURGERY

ELECTRICITY, THE BENEFICENT By Benjamin G. Lamme, Chief Engineer, Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. Co.

MARVELS OF MODERN PHYSICS By Rogers D. Rusk

BARON MUNCHHAUSEN'S NEW SCIENTIFIC ADVENTURES By Hugo Gernsback

NEW 500 WATT MILITARY RADIO PACK SET THE EVOLUTION OF WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY

THE RECEPTION OF LONG DAMPED AND UNDAMPED WAVES By Thomas Appleby

LIST OF NEWLY LICENSED AMATEUR RADIO STATIONS

THE USE AND CONSTRUCTION OF A DECREMETER By Milton B. Sleeper

CONSTRUCTION OF AN ELECTRO-MAGIC SKULL By Homer Vanderbilt

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