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Edison's Research on Podiatric Stoichiometry

A look at historic research

by Alice Shirrell Kaswell, AIR staff

Thomas Edison's research on Podiatric Stoichiometry

Thomas Alva Edison may be best remembered for his engineering and development work on the light bulb, sound recording, and a perhaps, Nonverbal Communications. History books seldom devote space to Edison's research on Podiatric Stoichiometry. This brief film from 1903 documents some of the Podiatric Stoichiometry research performed in Edison's laboratory.

If you have a fairly fast Internet connection, take your choice of these formats for viewing the research:

Real Media Podiatric Stoichiometry

MPEG (approx 10 meg) Podiatric Stoichiometry

Quicktime Podiatric Stoichiometry

(Thanks to the Library of Congress for making this film available.)

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