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Primary Creator: Van Arsdel, Wallace B.
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Subjects: Purdue University--Alumni and alumnae
Forms of Material: Articles
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation: MSA 230, Wallace B. Van Arsdel papers, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Schwartz, Robert; Muller-Clemm, Helmuth (translated by Van Arsdel, W. B.) (1921).
Science of Sulfite Acid Manufacture: relation of temperature and concentration of sulfurous acid to proportions of free and combined SO2 present in sulfite cooking liquor. Paper, vol. XXIX, no. 3, September 21, 1921, pp. 11-14.
Van Arsdel, W. B. (1922). A Method for the Calculation of Normal Frost Dates From Study Temperature Records. Reprinted from Monthly Weather Review, June, 1922, pp. 297-301.
Van Arsdel, Wallace B. (1923). An Extension of the Theory of Gas-Absorption Towers. Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering, vol. 28, no. 20, May 21, 1923, pp. 889-892.
Van Arsdel, W. B. (1923). Criticism of Ostwald's Color Theory. Recent Analysis of Color Not in Accord with Facts - The True Explanation of Saturated Colors - Ostwald's Methods of Measurement Only Approximate - Not Accepted by Those Competent to Judge.(Publication title not available.) vol. XXXI, no. 26, pp. 113-115.
Letter, along with list of publications, from W. B. Van Arsdel to "Librarian, Purdue University," July 7, 1931.
Van Arsdel, W. B. (1931). Color Specifications in the Pulp and Paper Industry. Reprinted from The Journal of the Optical Society of America, vol. 21, no. 6, June, 1931, pp. 347-357.
Van Arsdel, W. B. (1936). The Theory of Pulp-Washers. Reprinted from The Paper Industry, January, 1936, pp. 725-728.
Van Arsdel, W. B. (1936). The Theory of Pulp-Washers, Part II - Practical Washers. Reprinted from The Paper Industry, March, 1936, pp. 943-947.