List of Electrochemistry Books Published Before 1950

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This compilation contains more than 500 books on electrochemistry: science, engineering, and technology published in English before 1950. Many of these are probably of historical interest only. The books are listed in chronological order by year of publication, and in alphabetical order by first author for each year.

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INDEX

1700s 1800-1849 1850-1899 1900-1909 1910-1919 1920-1929 1930-1939 1940-1949


1700s

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De Viribus Electricitatis in Motu Musculari Commentarius
Aloysii Galvani, Reprint of the original publication that appeared in De Bononiensi Scientiarum et Artium Instituto atque Academia Commentarii, Vol. 7, pp 363-415, 1791.
An English translation and discussion is also available:
Commentary of the effects of electricity on muscular motion (by Luigi Galvani)
G. Aldini and R. Green, Elizabeth Licht, Cambridge, MA 1953.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/commentaryonthee002243mbp

Experiments and observations relative to the influence lately discovered by M. Galvani and commonly called animal electricity
R. Fowler, Duncan, Edinburgh 1793.

Experiments on animal electricity, with their application to physiology: and some pathological and medical observations
E. Valli and W. Moorcroft, J. Johnson, London 1793.


1800-1849

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Elements of Galvanism, in theory and practice: with a comprehensive view of its history, from the first experiments of Galvani to the present time: containing also, practical directions for constructing the Galvanic apparatus, and plain systematic instructions for performing all the various experiments
C.H. Wilkinson, Murray-McMillan, London 1804.

Animal electricity; or, observations on the origin and identity of the electric and galvanic fluids: with a practical review of the use of the metallic conductors (2nd ed)
M Yatman, G. Hayden, London 1805.

The Bakerian lectures on some chemical agencies of electricity, 1806-1807
H. Davy, Royal Society of London, London 1807.

On some new phenomena of chemical changes produced by electricity: particularly the decomposition of the fixed alkalies and the exhibition of the new substances which constitute their bases: and on the general nature of alkaline bodies
H. Davy, Bulmer, London 1808.

Electrochemical researches on the decomposition of the earths: with observations on the metals obtained from the alkaline earths, and on the amalgam procured from ammonia
H. Davy, Bulmer, London 1808.

An attempt to establish a pure scientific system of mineralogy, by the application of the electro-chemical theory and the chemical proportions
J.J. Berzelius, Blackwood, London 1814.

Elements of electricity and electrochemistry
G.J. Singer, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Triphook, London 1814.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/elementselectri00singgoog

An account of the history and present state of galvanism
J. Bostock, Baldwin Cradock and Joy, London 1818.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/accountofhistory00bostrich

On the relations of electrical and chemical changes
H. Davy, Nicol, London 1826.

Biographical sketch of Alexander Volta
Blackwood, Edinburgh, and Cadell, London, 1828.

Recent experimental researches on electromagnetism and galvanism
W. Sturgeon, Sherwood Gilbert Piper, 1830.

A system of natural philosophy: in which are explained the principles of mechanics, hydrostatics, hydraulics, pneumatics, acoustics, optics, astronomy, electricity, magnetism, steam-engine, electro-magnetism, electrotype, photography, and daguerreotype
J.L. Comstock, Pratt, Woodford, and Co. New York 1838.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/systemofnaturalp00comsrich

Experimental researches in electricity
M. Faraday, R. and J.E. Taylor, London 1839.

Instructions for the multiplication of works of art in metal, by voltaic electricity, with an introductory chapter on electrochemical decompositions by feeble currents
T. Spencer and E. Adler, R. Griffin, Glasgow, and T. Tegg, London 1840.

Galvanoplastik, or, The process of cohering copper into plates, or other given forms, by means of galvanic action on copper solutions
M.H. Jacobi and W. Sturgeon, Josiah Leicester, Manchester 1841.

Elements of electro-metallurgy, or, the art of working in metals by the galvanic fluid containing the laws regulating the reduction of the metals
A. Smee, Palmer and Longman, London 1841.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/elementselectro00smeegoog

Electrotype manipulation: Being the theory and plain instructions in the art of working in metals, by precipitating them from their solutions, through the agency of galvanic or voltaic electricity. Also in the arts of electro-plating, electro-gilding, and electro-etching; with an account of the mode of depositing metallic oxides, and of several applications of electrotype in the arts
C.V. Walker, Knight and Sons, London 1841.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrotypemani00walkgoog

Davis's manual of magnetism: including also electro-magnetism, magneto-electricity, and thermo-electricity, with a description of the electrotype process
D. Davis, W.F. Channing, and J. Bacon, Davis, Boston 1842.

The electrotypist's manual: being a description of the art of working in metal by voltaic electricity, and on electro gilding and plating (5th ed)
W.V. Palmer and T. Phillipps, Palmer, London 1842.

Electrotint; or, the art of making paintings in such a manner that copper plates and “blocks” can be taken from them by means of Voltaic electricity
T. Sampson, Palmer, London 1842.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrotintorar00palmgoog

A manual of electro-metallurgy
G. Shaw, Groombridge, London 1842.

Elements of electro-metallurgy (2nd ed)
A. Smee, Palmer and Longman, London 1843.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/elementselectro03smeegoog

A course of twelve elementary lectures on galvanism
W. Sturgeon, Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, London 1843.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/courseoftwelveel00sturrich

Familiar instructions in the theory and practice of the beautiful art of electro-gilding and silvering (2nd ed)
W. Sturgeon, Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, London 1843.

Animal electricity; or, The electric science; an application of the primary laws of nature, never before discovered and demonstrated; to a solution of all the physical and intellectual phenomena that exist
J.S. Olcott, Boston 1844.

A manual of electro-metallurgy (2nd ed)
G. Shaw, Simpkin and Marshall, London 1844.

Electrotype manipulation: Being the theory and plain instructions in the art of working in metals, by precipitating them from their solutions, through the agency of galvanic or voltaic electricity. Also in the arts of electro-plating, electro-gilding, and electro-etching; with an account of the mode of depositing metallic oxides, and of several applications of electrotype in the arts
C.V. Walker, Carey and Hart, Philadelphia 1844.

The electrotype and electro gilding: with the whole of the art of working in metals by voltaic electricity, and for making figures, busts, etc. (2nd ed)
J. Poole, Lowe, London 1845.

Experimental researches in electro-chemistry: including the Bakerian lectures, and memoirs read before the Royal Society, in the years 1806, 1807, and 1808 on the chemical agencies of electricity, and on the metals of the alkalies and earths
H. Davy, Griffin, London 1848.

Electrotype manipulation: Being the theory and plain instructions in the art of working in metals, by precipitating them from their solutions, through the agency of galvanic or voltaic electricity (19th ed)
C.V. Walker, Knight, London 1848.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrotypemani01walkgoog

Experimental researches in electricity (2nd ed)
M. Faraday, R. and J.E. Taylor, London 1849.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/experimentalrese14986gut

Elements of electro-biology, or the voltaic mechanism of man; of electro-pathology, especially of the nervous system; and of electro-therapeutics
A. Smee, Longman, London 1849.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/elementselectro01smeegoog


1850-1899

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A treatise on daguerreotype: the whole art made easy, and all the recent improvements revealed : embracing a full account of apparatus, plates, cases, chemicals, places for purchasing, prices, etc., and a complete, scientific, and simple expose of the most favorite modes of operating, with the receipts for making all the chemicals : containing, also, the process for galvanizing plates, and the whole art of electrotype, the reproduction of Daguerre's images by tithonotype, directions for preparing calotype paper, and a description of all the known methods of producing photogenic pictures. (3 vol)
L.L. Hill and W. McCartey, John S. Craig, Torrington, CT 1850.
(Reprinted: 2005.)

Principles of the human mind, deduced from physical laws, together with a lecture on electro-biology, or the voltaic mechanism of man
A. Smee, Fowlers and Wells, New York 1850.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/principleshuman01smeegoog

Scientific researches, experimental and theoretical, in electricity, magnetism, galvanism, electro-magnetism, and electro-chemistry. With copper-plates
W. Sturgeon, Bury, Lanceshire, UK 1850.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/scientificresear00sturrich

A manual of electro-metallurgy: including the applications of the art to manufacturing processes
J. Napier, Griffin, London 1851.

On animal electricity: being an abstract of the discoveries of Emil Du Bois-Reymond
B. Jones (Ed), Churchill, London 1852.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/onanimalelectri00boisgoog

A manual of electro-metallurgy: including the applications of the art to manufacturing processes (2nd ed)
J. Napier, Griffin, London 1852.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/manualofelectrom00napiuoft

Elements of electro-metallurgy (3rd ed)
A. Smee, Wiley, New York 1852.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/elementselectro02smeegoog

Electrotype manipulation: Being the theory and plain instructions in the art of working in metals, by precipitating them from their solutions, through the agency of galvanic or voltaic electricity. Also in the arts of electro-plating, electro-gilding, and electro-etching; with an account of the mode of depositing metallic oxides, and of several applications of electrotype in the arts (2nd ed)
C.V. Walker, Baird, Philadelphia 1852.

A system of natural philosophy: in which are explained the principles of mechanics, hydrostatics, hydraulics, pneumatics, acoustics, optics, astronomy, electricity, magnetism, steam-engine, electro-magnetism, electrotype, photography, and daguerreotype (rev. ed)
J.L. Comstock, Pratt, Woodford, and Co. New York 1853.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/naturalpsystemof00comsrich

Practical hints on electrotype manipulation and the art of moulding
J.B. Hockin, Hockin, London 1853.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/practicalhintso01hockgoog

Electro-physiology: a scientific, popular, and practical treatise on the prevention, causes, and cure of desease; on electricity as curative agent
G. Huff, Appleton, New York 1853.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrophysiolo00huffgoog

American hand book of the daguerreotype: giving the most approved and convenient methods for preparing the chemicals, and the combinations used in the art, containing the daguerreotype, electrotype, and various other processes employed in taking heliographic impressions
S.D. Humphrey, Humphrey, New York 1853.

Theory and practice of electrodeposition: including every known mode of depositing metals, preparing metals for immersion, taking moulds, and rendering them conducting
G. Gore, Griffin, London 1854.

The jeweler's hand-book: containing thirty practical methods for galvanizing, electro plating and coloring with gold, silver and copper, on all kinds of metals
R. Herr, Munsell, Albany 1855.

Rudimentary treatise on galvanism and the general principles of animal and voltaic electricity, with brief notices of the purposes to which it has been applied
W.S. Harris, J. Weale, London 1856.

A manual of electro-metallurgy: including the applications of the art to manufacturing processes (3rd ed)
J. Napier, Griffin, London 1857.

Electro-chemistry, with positive results
C. Chalmers, Churchill, London 1858.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrochemistry00chalrich

American hand book of the daguerreotype: giving the most approved and convenient methods for preparing the chemicals, and the combinations used in the art: containing the daguerreotype, electrotype, and various other processes employed in taking heliographic impressions (5th ed)
S.D. Humphrey, John S. Craig, Torrington, CT 1858.
(Reprinted: 2005.)

Rudimentary treatise on galvanism and the general principles of animal and voltaic electricity (2nd ed)
W.S. Harris and R. Sabine, Strahan, London 1869.

Electro-physiology and electro-therapeutics
A.C. Garratt, Ticknor and Fields, Boston 1860.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrophysiolo02garrgoog

Medical electricity: embracing electro-physiology and electricity as a therapeutic (3rd ed)
A.C. Garratt, Lippincott, Philadelphia 1860.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/medicalelectric00garrgoog

A manual of electro-metallurgy: including the applications of the art to manufacturing processes (4th ed)
J. Napier, Griffin, London 1860.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/amanualelectrom04napigoog

Electro-metallurgy practically treated
A. Watt, Weale, London 1860.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrometallur06wattgoog

Electro-physiology and electro-therapeutics (2nd ed)
A.C. Garratt, Ticknor and Fields, Boston 1861.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrophysiolo00garrgoog

Plating and electroplating of metals: history and patent abridgements, 1617-1862
Eyre - Spottiswoode, London 1862.
(Reprinted: Finishing, Stevenage, UK 1998.)

Contribution towards a history of electro-metallurgy: establishing the origin of the art
H. Dircks, Spon, London 1863.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/contributiontow00dircgoog

The practical metal-worker's assistant: With the application of the art of electro-metallurgy to manufacturing processes
O. Byrne, Baird, Philadelphia 1864.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/practicalmetalwo00byrniala

Faraday as a discoverer
J. Tyndall, Longmans-Green, London 1868.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/faradayasdiscove00tyndrich

Electro-metallurgy practically treated (2nd ed)
A. Watt, Virtue, London 1868.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrometallur02wattgoog

The electrotypers' manual
W.S. Speirs, Buffalo 1869.

Faraday as a discoverer (new ed)
J. Tyndall, Longmans-Green, London 1870.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/faradayasdiscove00tynduoft

A practical treatise on the medical and surgical uses of electricity: including localized and central galvanization, franklinization, electrolysis and galvano-cautery
G.M. Beard and A.D. Rockwell, Wood, New York 1871.

A treatise on localized electrization, and its applications to pathology and therapeutics
G.-B. Duchenne (translated by H. Tibbits), Lindsay - Blakiston, Philadelphia 1871.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/treatiseonlocali00duch

Electro-metallurgy practically treated (4th ed)
A. Watt, Lockwood, London 1871.

Michael Faraday (2nd ed)
J.H. Gladstone, Macmillan, London, 1872.
Available on the WWW: http://books.google.com/books?id=zhg6AQAAIAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ViewAPI#v=onepage&q&f=false

Galvanoplastic manipulations: a practical guide for the gold and silver electroplater and the galvanoplastic operator
A. Roseleur, Baird, Philadelphia 1872.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/galvanoplasticm00fesqgoog

The electropathic guide: prepared with particular reference to home practice; containing hints on the care of the sick, the treatment of disease, and the use of electricity; with full directions for treating over 100 diseases
S.M. Wells, American News, New York 1872.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electropathicgui00welliala

A handbook of medical electricity
H. Tibbits, Churchill, London, 1873.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/ahandbookmedica00tibbgoog

The practical metal-worker's assistant: With the application of the art of electro-metallurgy to manufacturing processes (new ed)
O. Byrne, Baird, Philadelphia 1874.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/practicalmetalwo00byrnrich

Michael Faraday (3rd ed)
J.H. Gladstone, Macmillan, London, 1874.
Available on the WWW: http://books.google.com/books?id=gcx32z9SHwEC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ViewAPI#v=onepage&q&f=false

Electro-metallurgy practically treated (5th ed)
A. Watt, Lockwood, London 1874.

Hints on electrotyping and stereotyping
R. Hoe and Co. New York 1875.

A practical treatise on the medical and surgical uses of electricity. Including localized and general faradization; localized and central galvanization; electrolysis and galvano-cautery (7th ed)
G.M. Beard, Wood, New York 1875.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/apracticaltreat05rockgoog

Wheelchair batteries
R. Cheever and B. Garee, Accent, Bloomington, IL 1876.

The electro-platers' guide: or, electro-plating made easy: a complete manual of instruction in the art of gold, silver, nickel and copper plating
F. Lowey, Lowey, New York 1876.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electroplatersgu00lowe

A manual of electro-metallurgy: including the applications of the art to manufacturing processes (5th ed)
J. Napier, Griffin, London 1876.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/amanualelectrom02napigoog

The art of electro-metallurgy including all known processes of electro-deposition
G. Gore, Longmans-Green, London 1877.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/artelectrometal00goregoog

How to use a galvanic battery in medicine and surgery, a discourse delivered before the Hunterian Society upon November 8th, 1876
H. Tibbits, Churchill, London 1877.

Electro-metallurgy practically treated (6th ed)
A. Watt, Lockwood, London 1877.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrometallur04wattgoog

A practical treatise on the medical and surgical uses of electricity: Including localized and general faradization; localized and central galvanization; electrolysis and galvano-cautery (2nd ed)
G.M. Beard and A D Rockwell, W. Wood, New York 1878.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/apracticaltreat00beargoog

The practical metal-worker's assistant: comprising metallurgic chemistry, the arts of working all metals and alloys, forging of iron and steel ... With the application of the art of electro-metallurgy to manufacturing processes: collected from original sources, and from the works of Holtzapffel, Bergeron, Leupold ... and others
O. Byrne, J. Percy, and A.A. Fesquet, Baird, Philadelphia 1878
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/practicalmetalw00percgoog

Galvanoplastic manipulations: a practical guide for the gold and silver electroplater and the galvanoplastic operator (2nd ed)
A. Roseleur, Baird, Philadelphia 1879.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/galvanoplasticm01rosegoog

How to use a galvanic battery in medicine and surgery, a discourse (2nd ed)
H. Tibbits, Churchill, London 1879.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/howtouseagalvan00tibbgoog

Electro-plating: A practical handbook including the practice of electo-typing
J.W. Urquhart, Lockwood, London 1880.

Electric light, its production and use; embodying plain directions for the working of galvanic batteries, electric lamps, and dynamo-electric machines
J.W. Urquhart, Lockwood, London 1880.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electriclightit00webbgoog

Electro-metallurgy practically treated (7th ed)
A. Watt, Lockwood, London 1880.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrometallur01wattgoog

Stereotyping and electrotyping: a guide for the production of plates by the papier mache and plaster processes, with instructions for depositing copper by the battery or by the dynamo machine, also hints on steel and brass facing, etc.
F.J.F. Wilson, Wyman, London 1880.

A practical treatise on the medical and surgical uses of electricity: Including localized and general faradization; localized and central galvanization; franklinization, electrolysis and galvano-cautery (3rd ed)
G.M. Beard and A D Rockwell, W. Wood, New York 1881.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/practicaltreatis00bearuoft

Electro-typing: a practical manual forming a new and systematic guide to the reproduction and multiplication of printing surfaces and works of art by the electro-deposition of metals
J.W. Urquhart, Crosby Lockwood, London 1881.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrotypingpra00urqurich

Hand-book to Johnston's illustrations of the electro-deposition of metals
A. Watt, Johnston, Edinburgh 1881.

Elementary treatise on electric batteries (2nd ed)
A. Niaudet (translated by L.M. Fishback), Wiley, New York 1882.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/elementarytreat01niaugoog

A practical treatise on the medical and surgical uses of electricity: Including localized and general faradization; localized and central galvanization; franklinization, electrolysis and galvano-cautery (4th ed)
G.M. Beard and A D Rockwell, W. Wood, New York 1883.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/apracticaltreat04rockgoog

The chemistry of the secondary batteries of Plante and Faure
J.H. Gladstone and A. Tribe, Macmillan, London 1883.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/chemistryofsecon00gladrich

Electric light, its production and use; embodying plain directions for the working of galvanic batteries, electric lamps, and dynamo-electric machines (2nd ed)
J.W. Urquhart, Lockwood, London 1883.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electriclightit01urqugoog

Galvanoplastic manipulations: a practical guide for the gold and silver electroplater and the galvanoplastic operator
W.H. Wahl and A. Roseleur, Baird, Philadelphia 1883.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/galvanoplasticm00rosegoog

Electro-metallurgy practically treated (8th ed)
A. Watt, Lockwood, London 1883.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrometallur00wattgoog

Magneto- and dynamo-electric machines: with a description of electric accumulators
G. Glaser de Cew, F. Krohn, and P. Higgs, Symons, London 1884.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/magnetodynamoele00glasrich

The art of electro-metallurgy including all known processes of electro-deposition (2nd ed)
G. Gore, Longmans-Green, London and Appleton, New York 1884.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/artelectrometal02goregoog

Elementary principles of electro-therapeutics for the use of physicians and students (3rd ed)
C.M. Haynes, The McIntosh Galvanic & Faradic Battery Co. Chicago 1884.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/elementaryprinc02hayngoog

Electrolysis: a practical treatise on nickeling, coppering, gilding, silvering, the refining of metals, and treatment of ores, by means of electricity
H. Fontaine (translated by J.A. Berly), Spon, London and New York 1885.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrolysisprac00fontuoft

Electro-chemistry, inorganic
G. Gore, The Electrician, London 1885.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrochemistry032742mbp

A treatise on electrolysis and its applications to therapeutical and surgical treatment in disease
R. Amory, W. Wood, New York 1886.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/treatiseonelectr00amorrich

A practical treatise on the medical and surgical uses of electricity: Including localized and general faradization; localized and central galvanization; franklinization, electrolysis and galvano-cautery (5th ed)
G.M. Beard and A D Rockwell, W. Wood, New York 1886.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/apracticaltreat04beargoog

British Association for the Advancement of Science on electrolysis
O. Lodge, Spottiswoode, London 1886.

How to use a galvanic battery in medicine and surgery, a discourse delivered before the Hunterian Society (3rd ed)
H. Tibbits, Churchill, London 1886.

Electro-deposition: a practical treatise on the electrolysis of gold, silver, copper, nickel, and other metals, and alloys, with descriptions of voltaic batteries, magneto and dynamo-electric machines, thermopiles, and of the materials and processes used in every department of the art and several chapters on electrometallurgy
A. Watt, Lockwood, London 1886.

Memoirs on the physiology of nerve, of muscle and of the electrical organ
J. Burdon-Sanderson (Ed), Clarendon, Oxfrod, Uk 1887.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/memoirsonphysiol00burduoft

Quantitative chemical analysis by electrolysis: according to original methods
A. Classen (translated by W.H. Herrick from the 2nd German ed), Wiley, New York 1887.

The art of electro-metallurgy including all known processes of electro-deposition (3 ed)
G. Gore, Longmans-Green, London 1887.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/artelectrometal03goregoog

Theory and practice of electrodeposition: including every known mode of depositing metals, preparing metals for immersion, taking moulds, and rendering them conducting (2nd ed)
G. Gore, Charles, London and Johnston, New York 1887.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/theoryandpracti01goregoog

Elementary principles of electro-therapeutics for the use of physicians and students (4th ed)
C.M. Haynes, The McIntosh Galvanic & Faradic Battery Co. Chicago 1887.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/elementaryprinc01hayngoog

The storage of electrical energy, and researches in the effects created by currents combining quantity with high tension (1859-1879)
G. Plante (translated by P.D. Elwell), Whittaker, London 1887.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/storageofelectri00planrich

Electro-deposition: a practical treatise on the electrolysis of gold, silver, copper, nickel, and other metals, and alloys, with descriptions of voltaic batteries, magneto and dynamo-electric machines, thermopiles, and of the materials and processes used in every department of the art and several chapters on electrometallurgy (2nd ed)
A. Watt, Lockwood, London 1887.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrodepositio00wattrich

Marvels of electricity and magnetism: being a popular account of modern electrical and magnetic discoveries, electrical batteries and machines, galvanism, the electric telegraph, electro-plating, magnets and magnetism, the mariner's compass, the electric light, animal and atmospheric electricity
H. Frith, Ward, Lock, New York, 1888.

Electro-chemistry, inorganic (2nd ed)
G. Gore, The Electrician, London 1888.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrochemistry00goreuoft

Management of accumulators and private electric light installations: a practical handbook (3rd ed)
D.L.G.-S. Salomons, Whittaker, London 1888.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/titleaccumulato00salogoog

Electro-plating: A practical handbook on the deposition of copper, silver, nickel, gold, aluminium, brass, platinum, etc. With descriptions of the chemicals, materials, batteries, and dynamo machines used in the art (2nd ed)
J.W. Urquhart, Lockwood, London 1888.

Practical instructions for gold, silver, nickel, brass, and copper plating and polishing
Canning, Birmingham 1889.

A practical treatise on the medical and surgical uses of electricity: Including localized and general faradization; localized and central galvanization; electrolysis and galvano-cautery (7th ed)
G.M. Beard and A D Rockwell, New York, W. Wood, New York 1889.
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Electric bells and all about them (batteries)
S.R. Bottone, Whittaker, London 1889.
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The voltaic accumulator: an elementary treatise
E. Reynier and J.A. Berly, Spon, London 1889.
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Electro-deposition: a practical treatise on the electrolysis of gold, silver, copper, nickel, and other metals, and alloys, with descriptions of voltaic batteries, magneto and dynamo-electric machines, thermopiles, and of the materials and processes used in every department of the art and several chapters on electrometallurgy (3rd ed)
A. Watt, Lockwood, London 1889.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrodeposition00wattrich

Electro-metallurgy practically treated (9th ed)
A. Watt, Lockwood, London 1889.

The art of electro-metallurgy including all known processes of electro-deposition (4th ed)
G. Gore, Longmans, London 1890.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/artofelectrometal00gorerich

Treatise on electro-metallurgy: embracing the application of electrolysis to the plating, depositing, smelting, and refining of various metals, and to the reproduction of printing surfaces and art-work, etc.
W.G. McMillan, Griffin, London 1890.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/atreatiseonelec03mcmigoog

The electric light: and the storing of electrical energy
G. Molloy, New York : Humboldt, New York 1890.

Secondary batteries: for the storage of electrical energy
J.T. Niblett, Biggs, London 1890.

Aluminium: its history, occurrence, properties, metallurgy, and applications, including alloys (2nd ed)
J.W. Richards, Henry Carey Baird, Philadelphia, PA 1890.
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Electric light installations and the management of accumulators: a practical handbook (new ed)
D.L. Salomons, Whittaker, London 1890.
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Electro-chemical analysis
E.F. Smith, Blakiston, Philadelphia 1890.
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The uses of electrolysis in surgery
W.E. Steavenson, Churchill, London 1890.

How to make electric batteries at home
E. Trevert, Bubier, Lynn, MA 1890.

Faraday as a discoverer
J. Tyndall, Appleton, New York 1890.
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The electro-platers' handbook: a practical manual for amateurs and young students in electro-metallurgy
G.E. Bonney, Whittaker, London 1891.

Primary batteries
H.S. Carhart, Allyn and Bacon, Boston 1891.
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The art of electrolytic separation of metals, etc. (theoretical and practical)
G. Gore, The Electrician, London 1891.

The art of electro-metallurgy including all known processes of electro-deposition (5th ed)
G. Gore, Longmans-Green, London 1891.

A complete treatise on the electro-deposition of metals: Comprising electro-plating and galvanoplastic operations, the deposition of metals by the contact and immersion processes, the coloring of metals, the methods of grinding and polishing
G. Langbein and W.T. Brannt, Baird, Philadelphia 1891.

The management of accumulators: a practical handbook (6th ed)
D.L. Salomons, Whittaker, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1891.

The source and nature of electricity and its application to the electro-plating process (2nd ed)
S.A. Smith, Livermore and Knight, Providence, RI 1891.

A practical hand-book of electro-plating
E. Trevert, Bubier, Lynn, MA 1891.

Electric light, its production and use; embodying plain directions for the working of galvanic batteries, electric lamps, and dynamo-electric machines (4th ed)
J.W. Urquhart, Lockwood, London 1891.
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Secondary batteries, being a description of the modern apparatus for the storage of electrical energy
J.T. Niblett, Biggs, London, and Van nostrand, New York 1892.
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Medical electricity
W.E. Steavenson and H.L. Jones, Blakiston, Philadelphia 1892.
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The voltaic cell: its construction and capacity
P. Benjamin, Wiley, New York 1893.
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Portative electricity; being a treatise on the application, methods of construction, and the management of portable secondary batteries
J.T. Niblett, Biggs, London 1893.

The management of accumulators: a practical handbook (7th ed)
D.L. Salomons, Whittaker, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1893.

Report on the present state of our knowledge of electrolysis and electrochemistry
N. Shaw and T.C. Fitzpatrick, British Association for the Advancement of Science, London 1893.

Faraday as a discoverer (5th ed)
J. Tyndall, Longmans-Green, London 1893.
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The electro-platers' handbook: a practical manual for amateurs and young students in electro-metallurgy (2nd ed)
G.E. Bonney, Whittaker, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1894.

The practical electroplater: A comprehensive treatise on electroplating, with notes on ancient and modern gilding, and formulas for new solutions
M. Brunor, Brunor, New York 1894.

Electricity, electrometer magnetism, and electrolysis
G. Chrystal and N. Shaw, Black, London 1894.
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Quantitative chemical analysis by electrolysis (2nd ed)
A. Classen (translated by W.H. Herrick from the 3rd German ed), Wiley, New York 1894.
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The decomposition of the fixed alkalies and alkaline earths
H. Davy, Clay, Edinburgh, UK 1894.
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The art of electrolytic separation of metals, etc. (theoretical and practical) (2nd ed)
G. Gore, The Electrician, London 1894.
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The electrician at home, Part 1. Electro-plating at home
G. Edwinson and F. Chilton-Young, Ward, Lock, and Bowden, London and New York 1894.

A complete treatise on the electro-deposition of metals: Comprising electro- plating and galvanoplastic operations, the deposition of metals by the contact and immersion processes, the coloring of metals, the methods of grinding and polishing (2nd ed)
G. Langbein and W.T. Brannt, Baird, Philadelphia 1894.

Electro-chemical analysis (2nd ed)
E.F. Smith, Blakiston, Philadelphia 1894.
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Solution and electrolysis
W.C.D. Whetham and T.C. Fitzpatrick, University Press, Cambridge 1895.
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Electro-physiology, Vol. 1
W. Biedermann and F.A. Welby, Macmillan, New York 1896.
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The capillary electrometer in theory and practice. Part I.
G.J. Burch, Tucker, London 1896.
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The art of electro-metallurgy including all known processes of electro-deposition (6th ed)
G. Gore, Longmans-Green, London 1896.

The elements of electrochemistry
M.J.L. Le Blanc (translated by W.R. Whitney), Macmillan, London 1896.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/elementsofelectr00lebluoft

Electrochemistry: history and theory (2 vol)
W. Ostwald, (translated from German by N.P. Date) Published for the Smithsonian Institution and the National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. by Amerind Publ. Co, New Delhi, 1980. German original published in 1896.

How to make and use the storage battery: its history, theory, maintence and the installation of plants
P.B. Warwick, Bubier, Lynn MA 1896.
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Practical plating and polishing: with a special article on nickel-plating and polishing bicycle work : giving the best and most approved methods of preparing and cleaning all metals for electro-plating and polishing
Zucker, Levett, and Loeb, New York 1897.
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Electric smelting and refining
W. Borchers and W.G McMillan, Griffin, London 1897.
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The elements of electro-chemistry treated experimentally
R.T.W. Lupke and M.M.P. Muir, Grevel, London 1897.
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Introduction to electrochemical experiments
F. Oettel (translated by E.F. Smith) Blakiston, Philadelphia 1897.
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Practical exercises in electrochemistry
F. Oettel (translated by E.F. Smith) Blakiston, Philadelphia 1897.
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Modern electro plating: The principles involved in depositing gold, silver, nickel, copper, brass and other metals, by means of batteries or dynamos; the preparation and management of plating baths, chemicals used, etc.
J.H. Van Horne, Hazlitt, Chicago 1897.
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Lectures on physiology: on animal electricity
A.D.Waller, Longmans-Green, London 1897.
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Electro-physiology, Vol. 2
W. Biedermann and F.A. Welby, Macmillan, New York 1898.
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The electro-platers' handbook: a practical manual for amateurs and young students in electro-metallurgy (3rd ed)
G.E. Bonney, Whittaker, London 1898.

Quantitative chemical analysis by electrolysis (3rd ed)
A. Classen and W. Lob (translated by W.H. Herrick and B.B. Boltwood from the 4th German ed), Wiley, New York 1898.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/quantitativechem00clasrich

A complete treatise on the electro-deposition of metals: Comprising electro- plating and galvanoplastic operations, the deposition of metals by the contact and immersion processes, the coloring of metals, the methods of grinding and polishing (3rd ed)
G. Langbein and W.T. Brannt, Baird, Philadelphia 1898.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/completetreatise00langrich

Electrolysis and electrosynthesis of organic compounds
W. Lob and H.W.F. Lorenz, Wiley, New York and Chapman-Hall, London 1898.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrolysisand01lbgoog

The theory and practice of electrolytic methods of analysis
B. Neumann (translated by J.B.C. Kershaw), Whittaker, New York 1898.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/theorypracticeof00neumrich

The storage battery; a practical treatise on the construction, theory, and use of secondary batteries
A. Treadwell, Macmillan, London 1898.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/storagebatterya00treagoog

Stereotyping and electroplating: a guide for the production of plates (6th ed)
F.J.F. Wilson, Menken, London 1898.

The fundamental laws of electrolytic conduction: memoirs by Faraday, Hittorf and Kohlrausch
H. M. Goodwin (Ed), Harper, New York 1899.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/fundamentallaws00kohlgoog

Electro-chemistry, inorganic (3rd ed)
G. Gore, The Electrician, London 1899.

Small accumulators, how made and used; an elementary handbook for the use of amateurs and students
P. Marshall, Spon, London 1899.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/smallaccumulato00unkngoog

Treatise on electro-metallurgy: embracing the application of electrolysis to the plating, depositing, smelting, and refining of various metals, and to the reproduction of printing surfaces and art-work, etc. (2nd ed)
W.G. McMillan, Griffin, London 1899.

Electrotyping, a practical treatise on the art of electrotyping by the latest known methods: containing historical review of the subject, full description of the tools and machinery required, and complete instructions for operating an electrotyping plant
C.S. Partridge, Inland, Chicago 1899.

Electric toy making for amateurs: including batteries, magnets, motors, miscellaneous toys and dynamo construction
T. O’C. Sloane, Munn, New York 1899.
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The theory of electrolytic dissociation and some of its applications
H.C. Jones, Macmillan, New York and London, 1900.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/theoryelectroly01jonegoog

The electrolysis of organic compounds (papers)
H. Kolbe, The Alembic Club, Edinburgh 1900.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrolysisofor00kolbrich

The effects of electrolytic action on lithographic printing plates
R.F. Reed and W. Scholl, Lithographic Technical Foundation, New York 1900.

Practical notes on stereotyping and electrotyping: from "The British printer"
Raithby-Lawrence, London 1901.

Practical electro-chemistry
B. Blount, Constable, London and Macmillan, New York 1901.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/practicalelectr01blougoog

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating
Canning, Birmingham 1901.

Outlines of electrochemistry
H.C. Jones, Van Nostrand, New York 1901.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/outlineselectro00jonegoog

Text-book of electrochemistry
S. Arrhenius (translated by J. McCrae), Longmans-Green, London 1902.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/textbookofelectr00arrhuoft

Response in the living and non-living (electrophysiology)
J.C. Bose, Longmans-Green, London 1902.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/responseinliving00boseuoft

Galvanic batteries: their theory, construction and use; comprising: primary, single and double fluid cells, secondary and gas batteries
S.R. Bottone, Whittaker, London 1902.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/galvanicbatteri00bottgoog

Primary batteries: their theory, construction and use
W.R. Cooper, The Electrician, London, and Van Nostrand, New York 1902.

Treatise on electrotyping
G.E. Dunton, Ostrander Seymour, Chicago 1902.

A complete treatise on the electro-deposition of metals: comprising electro- plating and galvanoplastic operations, the deposition of metals by the contact and immersion processes, the coloring of metals, the methods of grinding and polishing (4th ed)
G. Langbein and W.T. Brannt, Baird, Philadelphia 1902.

Small accumulators, how make and use them; a practical handbook for amateur electricians (4th ed)
P. Marshall, Dawbarn and Ward, London 1902.

Electro-chemical analysis (3rd ed)
E.F. Smith, Blakiston, Philadelphia 1902.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrochemical01unkngoog

Electric light, its production and use; embodying plain directions for the working of galvanic batteries, electric lamps, and dynamo-electric machines (7th ed)
J.W. Urquhart, Lockwood, London 1902.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electriclightits00urquuoft

Secondary batteries: their theory, construction and use
E.J. Wade, The Electrician, London 1902.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/secondarybatteri00wadeuoft

Electro-plating and electro-refining of metals
A. Watt and A. Philip, Lockwood, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1902.
(Reprinted:: Wexford College, Palm Springs, CA 2005, and Merchant Books 2006.)
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electroplatinga00wattgoog

A treatise on the theory of solution including the phenomena of electrolysis
W.C.D. Whetham, University Press, Cambridge 1902.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/treatiseontheory00damprich

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating
Canning, Birmingham 1903.

Secondary batteries: a practical handbook for owners and attendants
H. Alabaster, Gatehouse, London 1903.

Quantitative chemical analysis by electrolysis (4th ed)
A. Classen (translated by B.B. Boltwood from the 4th German ed),Wiley, New York 1903.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/chemquantitative00clasrich

Electrolytic preparations: exercises for use in the laboratory by chemists and electro-chemists
K. Elbs and R.S. Hutton, Arnold, London 1903.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrolyticprep00elbsrich

Laboratory exercises with primary and storage cells
K.E. Guthe, Wahr, Ann Arbor, MI 1903.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/laboratoryexerc00guthgoog

The elements of electro-chemistry treated experimentally (2nd ed)
R.T.W. Lupke and M.M.P. Muir, Grevel, London 1903.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/elementselectro01lpgoog

Storage battery engineering: a practical treatise for engineers (2nd ed)
L. Lyndon, McGraw, New York 1903.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/storagebatterye01lyndgoog

Modern electrolytic copper refining
T. Ulke, Chapman-Hall, London, and Wiley, New York 1903.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/modernelectrolyt00ulkerich

Eight lectures on the signs of life from their electrical aspect
A.D. Waller, Murray, London 1903.
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How to make and use the storage battery: its history, theory, maintence and the installation of plants (2nd ed)
P.B. Warwick, Bubier, Lynn MA 1903.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/howtomakeanduse00warwgoog

Electric smelting and refining (2nd ed)
W. Borchers and W.G McMillan, Griffin, London 1904.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electricsmeltin00mcmigoog

Theory of the storage battery
H.C. Davis, Artillery School Press, Fort Monroe, VA 1904.

The theory of the lead accumulator (storage battery)
F. Dolezalek (translated by C.L. von Ende), Wiley, New York 1904.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/theoryleadaccum00endegoog

The electrolysis of water: processes and applications
V. Engelhardt (translated by J.W. Richards), Chemical Publ. Easton 1904.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrolysisofwa00engerich

The polishing and plating of metals: a manual for the electroplater, giving modern methods of polishing, plating, buffing, oxydizing and lacquering metals, for the progressive workman
H.J. Hawkins, Hazlitt and Walker, Chicago 1904.
(Reprinted: Lindsay, Bradley, IL 1987.)
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/polishingandpla00hawkgoog

The theory of electrolytic dissociation and some of its applications
H.C. Jones, Macmillan, New York and London, 1904.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/theoryelectroly02jonegoog

A complete treatise on the electro-deposition of metals: comprising electro- plating and galvanoplastic operations, the deposition of metals by the contact and immersion processes, the coloring of metals, the methods of grinding and polishing (5th ed)
G. Langbein and W.T. Brannt, Baird, Philadelphia 1904.

The production of chromium and its compounds by the aid of the electric current
M.J.L. Le Blanc (translated by J.W. Richards), Chemical Publ. Easton 1904.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/productionofchro00leblrich

Electro-chemistry
R.A. Lehfeldt and T.S. Moore, Longmans-Green, London 1904.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrochemistry00lehfrich

Electrochemical Industry, Volume 2
E.F. Roeber and H. C. Parmelee (Ed), Electrochemical Publishing Company, New York 1904.
Available on the WWW: http://books.google.com/books?id=yinmAAAAMAAJ&source=gbs_similarbooks

Dry batteries: How to make and use them. Giving full detailed instructions for the manufacture of dry cells of any shape and size, especially adapted for automobile, launch and gas engine work
N.H. Schneider, Spon and Chamberlain, New York 1904.

Rustless coatings: corrosion and electrolysis of iron and steel
M.P. Wood, Wiley, New York 1904.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/rustlesscoating02woodgoog

Electricity and magnetism: Electrodynamics; Electrical resistance and capacity; The Magnetic circuit; Electromagnetic induction; Chemistry and electrochemistry; Primary batteries; Electrical measurements
International Textbook, Scranton 1905.

Storage batteries; incandescent lighting; arc lighting; interior wiring; modern electric-lighting devices; electric signs; electric heating
International Textbook, Scranton 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/storagebatterie01schogoog

The electro-platers' handbook: a practical manual for amateurs and young students in electro-metallurgy (4th ed)
G.E. Bonney, Whittaker, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electroplatersha00bonnrich

Plain and simple treatise on electro plating, for the beginner and the artisan: Giving the best and most improved methods, as well as formulæ, on all matters pertaining to the craft, as used for years by the author
A.C. Chace, Chace Plating Co. Taunton, MA 1905.

Practical electro-plating: a practical handbook on the apparatus and processes employed in the electro-deposition of metals
G. Gentry, TEE, Leamington Spa, UK 1905.
(Reprinted: 1994.)

Short introduction to the theory of electrolytic dissociation
J.C. Gregory, Longmans-Green, New York 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/shortintroductio00gregrich

Electro-plating
P.N. Hasluck, McKay, Philadelphia 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electroplatingwi00hasl

Experimental electrochemistry
N.M. Hopkins, Constable, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/experimentalelec00hopkuoft

The production of aluminum and its industrial use
A. Minet (translated by L. Waldo), Wiley, New York 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/stream/productionofalum00minerich/mode/1up

Arrangement of electrolytic laboratories with special reference to the requirements of metallurgical practice
H. Nissenson and J.W. Richards, Chemical Publ. Easton 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/arrangementelec00nissgoog

Reference book of eletrotyping and stereotyping: giving information and instruction regarding processes, materials and machinery
C.S. Partridge, Inland, Chicago 1905.

Practical methods of electrochemistry
F.M. Perkin, Longmans-Green, London 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/practicalmethod00perkgoog

Electrochemical and Metallurgical Industry, Volume 3
E.F. Roeber and H. C. Parmelee (Ed), Electrochemical Publishing Company, New York 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://books.google.com/books?id=MJPmAAAAMAAJ&source=gbs_book_other_versions

The electrolytic dissociation theory: with some of its applications; an elementary treatise for the use of students of chemistry
H.P. Talbot and A.A. Blanchard, Macmillan, New York 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrolyticdis01blangoog

The conductivity of liquids; methods, results, chemical applications and theoretical considerations
O.F. Tower, Chemical Publishing Company, Easton, PA 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/conductivityofli00towerich

Electro-plating: A practical handbook on the deposition of copper, silver, nickel, gold, aluminium, brass, platinum, etc. With descriptions of the chemicals, materials, batteries, and dynamo machines used in the art (5th ed)
J.W. Urquhart, Lockwood, London 1905.

The electro-platers hand-book
J.H. Weston, Drake, Chicago 1905.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electroplatersh00westgoog

Report of Committee on Electrolysis, 1906
American Gas Light Association, New York 1906.

Practical plating and polishing: giving the best and most approved methods of preparing and cleaning all metals for electro-plating and polishing (3rd ed)
Zucker, Levett, and Loeb, New York 1906.

Practical electro-chemistry (2nd ed)
B. Blount, Macmillan, New York 1906.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/practicalelectro00blouuoft

The electro-platers' handbook: a practical manual for amateurs and young students in electro-metallurgy (5th ed)
G.E. Bonney, Whittaker, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1906.

The theory of electrolytic dissociation and some of its applications (3rd ed)
H.C. Jones, Macmillan, New York and London, 1906.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/theoryelectroly00jonegoog

Electrochemistry of organic compounds
W. Lob and H.W.F. Lorenz, Wiley, New York 1906.
Available on the WWW: http://www.sciencemadness.org/library/books/electrochemistry_of_organic_compounds.pdf

The manufacture of metallic articles electrolytically: electro-engraving
W. Pfanhauser and J.W. Richards, Chemical Publ. Easton 1906.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/manufacturemeta00richgoog

Electrochemical and Metallurgical Industry, Volume 4
E.F. Roeber and H. C. Parmelee (Ed), Electrochemical Publishing Company, New York 1906.
Available on the WWW: http://books.google.com/books?id=sCrmAAAAMAAJ&source=gbs_book_other_versions

The management of accumulators: a practical handbook (9th ed)
D.L. Salomons, Whittaker, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1906.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/cu31924031241239

Notes on electrochemistry
F.G. Wiechmann, McGraw, New York 1906.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/notesonelectroc01wiecgoog

Handbook on electro-plating, polishing, lacquering, burnishing, enameling (3rd ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1907.

The electrolytic dissociation theory
R.W.H. Abegg and C.L. van Ende, Wiley, New York 1907.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrolyticdis00abeggoog

Comparative electro-physiology: a physico-physiological study
J.C. Bose, Longmans-Green, London 1907.
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Electrochemistry. I. Theoretical electrochemistry and its physico-chemical foundations
H. Danneel and E.S. Merriam, Wiley, New York 1907.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrochemistr02unkngoog

A text-book of electrochemistry
M.J.L. Le Blanc (translated by W.R. Whitney and J.W. Brown), Macmillan, New York 1907.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/atextbookelectr00blangoog

Small accumulators, how made and used; an elementary handbook for the use of amateurs and students (2nd ed)
P. Marshall, Spon, London 1907.

The electrical conductivity of aqueous solutions
A.A. Noyes, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC 1907.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electricalcondu00noyegoog

Electro-analysis (4th ed)
E.F. Smith, Blakiston, Philadelphia 1907.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electroanalysis00smitrich

The electrolytic dissociation theory: with some of its applications; an elementary treatise for the use of students of chemistry (2nd ed)
H.P. Talbot and A.A. Blanchard, Macmillan, New York 1907.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrolyticdiss00talb

The treatment of storage batteries
R.W. Vicarey, The Electric Accumulator, London 1907.

Practical electro-plating: a guide for the electroplater, giving complete instructions for the arrangement of the shop, the installation of the plant, polishing, plating, buffing, and lacquering
W.L.D. Bedell, Springfield Printing and Binding, Springfield, MA 1908.

Lead refining by electrolysis
A.G. Betts, Wiley, New York 1908.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/leadrefiningbyel00bettrich

Electric bells: how to make and fit them, including batteries, indicators, pushes, and switches
P.N. Hasluck, Cassell, London 1908.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electricbellsho00haslgoog

Electro-plating (2nd ed)
P.N. Hasluck, McKay, Philadelphia 1908.

Electro-metallurgy
J.B.C. Kershaw, Van Nostrand, New York 1908.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrometallur00kersgoog

Electro-chemistry (2nd ed)
R.A. Lehfeldt and T.S. Moore, Longmans-Green, London 1908.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrochemistryrob00lehfrich

Electrotyping, a practical treatise on the art of electrotyping by the latest known methods: containing historical review of the subject, full description of the tools and machinery required, and complete instructions for operating an electrotyping plant (2nd ed)
C.S. Partridge, Inland, Chicago 1908.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrotypingpra00partiala

Some electro-chemical centres
J.N. Pring, Sheratt and Hughes, Manchester, UK 1908.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/someelectrochemi00prinuoft

Electrochemical and Metallurgical Industry, Volume 6
E.F. Roeber and H. C. Parmelee (Ed), Electrochemical Publishing Company, New York 1908.
Available on the WWW: http://books.google.com/books?id=FU7mAAAAMAAJ&source=gbs_book_other_versions

Storage batteries, their theory, construction and use
A.E. Watson, Bubier, Lynn, MA 1908.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/storagebatterie00unkngoog

A study of electrothermal and electrolytic industries
E.A. Ashcroft and I.J. Moltkehansen, McGraw, New York 1909.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/studyofelectroth00ashc

The electrochemistry of light
W.D. Bancroft, 1909.

A complete treatise on the electro-deposition of metals: comprising electro- plating and galvanoplastic operations, the deposition of metals by the contact and immersion processes, the coloring of metals, the methods of grinding and polishing (6th ed)
G. Langbein and W.T. Brannt, Baird, Philadelphia 1909.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/acompletetreati00langgoog

Electrochemical investigation of liquid amalgams of thallium, indium, tin, zinc, cadmium, lead, copper, and lithium
T.W. Richards, J.H. Wilson, and R.N. Garrod-Thomas, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC 1909.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrochemicali00richiala

Bibliography of periodics, serials and society publications of natural science and technology that are regularly excerpted for the car-index of electrochemistry and allied subjects by the Concilium bibliographicum
A.L. Voge, Concilium bibliographicum, Zurich, Switzerland 1909.


1910-1919

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Practical electro-plating: a practical handbook on the apparatus and processes employed in the electro-deposition of metals
G. Gentry, Marshall, London 1910.

Storage battery engineering: a practical treatise for engineers (3rd ed)
L. Lyndon, McGraw, New York 1910.

Treatise on electro-metallurgy: embracing the application of electrolysis to the plating, depositing, smelting and refining of various metals, and to the reproduction of printing surfaces and art-work, etc. (3rd ed)
W.G. McMillan and W.R. Cooper, Griffin, London 1910.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/treatiseelectro00mcmirich

Modern primary batteries; their construction use and maintenance
N.H. Schneider, Spon and Chamberlain, New York 1910.

How to make electric batteries (3rd ed)
E. Trevert, Bubier, Lynn, MA 1910.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (4th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1911.

The principles of electro-deposition: a laboratory guide to electro-plating
S. Field, Longmans-Green, New York 1911.

Electric accumulators: a practical guide to their construction and management
B.E. Jones (Ed), Cassell, London 1911.

Electric primary batteries: a practical guide to their construction and use
B.E. Jones, Cassell, London 1911.

Electroplating: a treatise for the beginner and for the most experienced electroplater
H.C. Reetz, Lindsay, Bradley, IL, Popular Mechanics, Chicago, IL, and University Pub. Provo, UT 1911.
(Reprinted: Lindsay, Bradley, IL 1989, and University Pub. Provo, UT 1995.)

Electro-analysis (5th ed)
E.F. Smith, Blakiston, Philadelphia 1911.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrochemicalana00smitrich

Applied electrochemistry
M. de K. Thompson, Macmillan, New York 1911.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/appliedelectroch00thomrich

Storage batteries, their theory, construction and use (2nd ed)
A.E. Watson, Bubier, Lynn, MA 1911.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/storagebatterie00watsgoog

Electro-plating and electro-refining of metals (2nd ed)
A. Watt and A. Philip, Lockwood, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1911.

Electrochemistry (from the 8th International Congress of Applied Chemistry, Washington and New York, Sept. 4-13, 1912)
Rumford, Concord, NH 1912.

Principles of applied electrochemistry
A.J. Allmand, Longmans-Green, New York and Arnold, London 1912.
(Reprinted: 1950.)
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/principlesappli00allmgoog

Common battery telephony simplified: a book for practical telephone men and students
W. Atkins, The Electrician, London 1912.

Electroplating: a treatise on the electro-deposition of metals
W.R. Barclay and C.H. Hainsworth, Arnold, London 1912.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electroplatingtr00barcrich

Practical electro-plating: a guide for the electroplater, giving complete instructions for the arrangement of the shop, the installation of the plant, polishing, plating, buffing, and lacquering (3rd ed)
W.L.D. Bedell, Springfield Printing and Binding, Springfield, MA 1912.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/practicalelectro00bedeuoft

Growing crops and plants by electricity
E.C. Dudgeon, Rentell, London 1912.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/growingcropsplan00dudgrich

The electrical conductivity, dissociation, and temperature coefficients of conductivity from zero to sixty-five degrees of aqueous solutions of a number of salts and organic acids
H.C. Jones, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington 1912.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electricalcondu00jonegoog

Storage batteries; the chemistry and physics of the lead accumulator
H.W. Morse, Macmillan, New York 1912.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/storagebatterie00morsgoog

Storage batteries, stationary and portable: a clear exposition of the principles governing the action of storage batteries: detailed instructions regarding their construction, care and maintenance
J.T. Niblett, Drake, Chicago 1912.

Primary battery ignition
C. Wadsworth, Van Nostarnd, New york 1912.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/primarybatteryi00wadsgoog

Cyclopedia of applied electricity, Vol. Vl. Power stations. Switchboards. Storage batteries. Applied electrochemistry
American Technical Society, Chicago 1913.

Hits of electro chemical pioneer work
Metallurgical and Chemical Engineering, New York 1913.

Common battery telephony simplified: a book for practical telephone men and students (2nd ed)
W. Atkins, The Electrician, London 1913.

Quantitative chemical analysis by electrolysis (5th ed)
A. Classen and H. Cloeren (translated by W.T. Hall from the 5th German ed), Wiley, New York 1913.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/quantitativeana00hallgoog

A complete treatise on the electro-deposition of metals: comprising electro- plating and galvanoplastic operations, the deposition of metals by the contact and immersion processes, the coloring of metals, the methods of grinding and polishing (7th ed)
G. Langbein and W.T. Brannt, Baird, Philadelphia 1913.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrodepos00langrich

A practical course in chemistry and electro-chemistry
F.C. Raeth, Western Printing and Lithographing, Racine, WI 1913.

Elements of electrochemistry
E.F. Smith, Winston, Philadelphia 1913.

Cyclopedia of applied electricity; a general reference work on direct-current generators and motors, storage batteries, electrochemistry, welding, electric wiring, meters, electric light transmission, alternating-current machinery, telegraphy, etc. (7 volumes)
American Technical Society, Chicago 1914.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (5th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1914.

Applied electrochemistry and welding, Part I Applied electrochemistry (CFB)
C.F. Burgess and G.W Cravens, American Technical Society, Chicago 1914.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/appliedelectroc00cravgoog

Manual of "Exide" batteries in electric vehicles
Electric Storage Battery Company, Philadelphia 1914.

A determination of the electromotive force of the Weston normal cell in semi- absolute volts
A.N. Shaw, The Royal Society, London 1914.

The elements of electro-plating
J.T. Sprague, Spon, London 1914.

Laboratory course in electrochemistry
O.P. Watts, McGraw-Hill, New York 1914.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/laboratorycourse00wattrich

Applied electrochemistry and welding, Part I Applied electrochemistry (by CFB), Part II Welding (by GWC)
C.F. Burgess and G.W Cravens, American Technical Society, Chicago 1915.

The absorption spectra of solutions as studied by means of the radiomicrometer. The conductivities, dissociations, and viscosities of solutions of electrolytes in aqueous, non-aqueous, and mixed solvents
H.C. Jones, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC 1915.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/absorptionspectr00joneiala

Conductivities and viscosities in pure and in mixed solvents. Radiometric measurements of the ionization constants of indicators, etc
H.C. Jones, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC 1915.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/conductivitiesvi00jonerich

Cyclopedia of applied electricity, Vol. Vl. Power stations. Switchboards. Storage batteries. Applied electrochemistry.
American Technical Society, Chicago 1916.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/cyclopediaofappl06amer

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (6th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1916.

The Edison alkaline storage battery
Edison Storage Battery Company, Orange, NJ 1916.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/edisonalkalines00compgoog

Practical electro-plating: a guide for the electroplater, giving complete instructions for the arrangement of the shop, the installation of the plant, polishing, plating, buffing and lacquering (4th ed)
W.L.D. Bedell, Springfield Printing and Binding, Springfield, MA 1916.

Primary batteries: their theory, construction and use (new ed)
W.R. Cooper, The Electrician, London; Benn, London; and Van Nostrand, New York 1916.

Notes on galvanism and faradism
E.M. Magill, Lewis, London 1916.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/notesongalvanism00magiuoft

Examples in battery engineering
F.E. Austin, Hanover, NH 1917.

Standard table of electrochemical equivalents and their derivatives, with explanatory text on electrochemical calculations, solutions of typical practical examples and introductory notes on electrochemistry
C. Hering and F.H. Getman, Van Nostrand, New York 1917.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/standardtableel02getmgoog

Storage batteries simplified, operating principles--care and industrial applications
V.W. Page, Henley, New York 1917.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/storagebatterie00paggoog

The cleaning and electro-plating of metals: a manual of information and instruction written for the benefit of the electro-plater and those interested in the art of electro-plating
H.H. Reama, Oakley Chemical Co. New York 1917.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/cleaningelectrop02ream

The automobile storage battery: its care and repair
American Bureau of Engineering, Chicago 1918.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/automobilestora00chicgoog

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (7th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1918.

Studies in electro-physiology (animal and vegetable)
A.E. Baines, Routledge, London 1918.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/studiesinelectro00bainiala

Quantitative chemical analysis by electrolysis (6th ed)
A. Classen, H. Cloeren, and W.T. Hall, Wiley, New York 1918.

The applications of electrolysis in chemical industry
A.J. Hale, Longmans-Green, London 1918.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/applicationsofel00halerich

Electrotyping and stereotyping, a primer of information about the processes of electrotyping and stereotyping
H.B. Hatch and A.A. Stewart, Chicago 1918.

Electric primary batteries: a practical guide to their construction and use
B.E. Jones, Cassell, London 1918.

Electro-analysis (6th ed)
E.F. Smith, Blakiston, Philadelphia 1918.

A reference list of the electrochemical industry
American Electrochemical Society, Bethlehem, PA 1919.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/referencelistofe00amerrich

Quantitative chemical analysis by electrolysis (5th ed
A. Classen and H. Cloeren (a revised translation by W.T. Hall from the 5th German ed) Wiley, New York 1919.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/quantitativeanal00clasrich

Automobile batteries: a practical handbook on the construction, charging, repair, and maintenance of ignition, starting, lighting, and electric vehicle batteries; "dry," lead, and alkaline types
H.H.U. Cross, Spon, London 1919.

The manufacture of chemicals by electrolysis
A.J. Hale, Constable, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1919.
Available on the WWW: http://www.sciencemadness.org/library/books/the_manufacture_of_chemicals_by_electrolysis.pdf

Storage battery practice: a practical handbook on the manufacture and properties of electric accumulators and their installation and operation
R. Rankin, Pitman, New York 1919.

Industrial electrometallurgy, including electrolytic and electrothermal processes
E..K. Rideal, Tindall and Cox, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1919.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/industrialelect00ridegoog

Table of pH, H and OH values corresponding to electromotive forces determined in hydrogen electrode measurements, with a bibliography
C.L.A. Schmidt and D.R. Hoagland, U. of California, Berkeley, CA 1919.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/tableofphhohvalu00schmrich


1920-1929

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Cyclopedia of applied electricity, Vol. Vl. Electric lighting. Car lighting. Electrochemistry
American Technical Society, Chicago 1920.

Battery service manual: a guide for the battery repairman and shop owner in testing, locating troubles, making repairs and charging batteries
D.D. Blanchard, U.P.C. New York 1920.

Applied electrochemistry and metallurgy
C.F. Burgess, H.B. Pulsifer, and B.B. Freud, American Technical Society, Chicago 1920.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/appliedelectroc00freugoog

Thermo-electromotive force in electric cells: the thermo-electromotive force between a metal and a solution of one of its salts
H.S. Carhart, Van Nostrand, New York 1920.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/thermoelectromo00carhgoog

The determination of hydrogen ions: an elementary treatise on the hydrogen electrode, indicator and supplementary methods, with an indexed bibliography on applications
W.M. Clark, Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore 1920.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/cu31924004193656

The modern electroplater: a complete book considering fully the elementary principles of electro deposition of metals, their practical application and industrial use
K.M. Coggeshall, Henley, New York 1920.

Storage batteries
F.B. Crocker and M. Arendt, American Technical Society, Chicago 1920.

The life and discoveries of Michael Faraday
J.A. Crowther, Macmillan, New York 1920.

Storage battery manual
L.C. Dunn, United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD 1920.

Storage batteries
C.J. Hawkes, Hood Dunwoody, Minneapolis 1920.

Electro-deposition of metals: a practical comprehensive work comprising electro- plating, galvanoplastic operations and electrotyping: deposition of metals by the contact and immersion processes: coloring of metals: lacquering: methods of grinding and polishing (8th ed)
G. Langbein and W.T. Brannt, Baird, New York 1920.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrodepositio00languoft

Automobile battery and care and repair: the construction, action, care and repair of storage batteries used with the lighting, starting and ignition systems of modern automobiles
H.P. Manly, Drake, Chicago 1920.

Storage batteries; the chemistry and physics of the lead accumulator
H.W. Morse, Macmillan, New York 1920.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/storagebatteries00morsuoft

Electro-plating: A practical handbook on the deposition of copper, silver, nickel, gold, aluminium, brass, platinum, etc. With descriptions of the chemicals, materials, batteries, and dynamo machines used in the art (7th ed)
J.W. Urquhart, Lockwood, London 1920.

The automobile storage battery, its care and repair (2nd ed)
O.A. Witte, The American Bureau of Engineering, Chicago 1920.

Report of the American Committee on electrolysis
American Institute of Electrical Engineers, New York 1921.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/reportofamerican00amerrich

Cyclopedia of applied electricity (including: storage batteries and electrochemistry)
American Technical Society, Chicago 1921.

Electrodeposition and electroplating (a general discussion held at Sheffield, November, 1920)
Transactions of the Faraday Society, Vol. 16, Part 3, 1921.

Copper refining
L. Addicks, McGraw-Hill, New York 1921.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/copperrefining00addirich

Common battery telephony simplified: a book for practical telephone men and students (4th ed)
W. Atkins, The Electrician, London 1921.

Germination in its electrical aspect, a consecutive account of the electro-physiological processes concerned in evolution, from the formation of the pollen-grain, to the completed structure of the seedling, together with some further studies in electro-physiology
A.E. Baines, Routledge, London 1921.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/germinationinits00bainuoft

The electro-deposition of copper and its industrial applications: the principles and practice of electro-deposition, with special reference to recent developments and applications in the electro-deposition of copper, for students, electro-platers, electrical engineers, designers and manufacturers
C.W. Denny, Pitman, London 1921.

Electricity in medicine; a practical exposition of the methods and use of electricity in the treatment of disease, comprising electrophysics, apparatus, electrophysiology and electropathology, electrodiagnosis and electroprognosis, general electrotherapeutics and special electrotherapeutics
G.W. Jacoby and J.R. Jacoby, Blakiston, Philadelphia 1921.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electricityinmed00jacoiala

Electrolytic deposition and hydrometallurgy of zinc
O.C. Ralston, McGraw-Hill, New York 1921.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/electrolyticdep01ralsgoog

The management of accumulators: a practical handbook (10th ed)
D.L. Salomons, Pitman, New York 1921.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (8th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1922.

The lead storage battery
H.G. Brown, Locomotive Publ. London 1922.

The determination of hydrogen ions: an elementary treatise on the hydrogen electrode, indicator and supplementary methods, with an indexed bibliography on applications (2nd ed)
W.M. Clark, Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore 1922.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/determinationofh00clarrich

Electric accumulators: a practical guide to their construction and management (new ed)
B.E. Jones (Ed), Cassell, London 1922. Reprinted in 1954.

The properties of electrically conducting systems: including electrolytes and meatls
C.A. Kraus, Chemical Catalog Co. New York 1922.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/propertieselect01kraugoog

A hand book for electrotypers
J.F. Locke, Printing trade school, Cincinnati 1922.

Laboratory exercises in electrochemistry
W.L. Miller, U. of Toronto, Toronto 1922.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/laboratoryexerci00univuoft

The automobile storage battery, its care and repair (3rd ed)
O.A. Witte, American Bureau of Engineering, Chicago 1922.

Available on the WWW: http://www.powerstream.com/1922/battery_1922_WITTE/battery_WITTE.htm

Practical electro-plating: a guide for the electroplater, giving complete instructions for the arrangement of the shop, the installation of the plant, polishing, plating, buffing, and lacquering (5th ed)
W.L.D. Bedell, Springfield Printing and Binding, Springfield, MA, and Hanson-Van Winkle, Newark, 1923.

Electro-chemistry related to engineering
W.R. Cooper, Constable, London, and Van Nostrand, New York 1923.

Modern electro-plating
W.E. Hughes, Frowde, Hodder, and Stoughton, London 1923.

Elements of storage batteries
C.M. Jansky and H.P. Wood, McGraw-Hill, New York 1923.

Treatise on electro-metallurgy (4th ed)
W.G. McMillan and W.R. Cooper, Griffin, London 1923.

Electrotyping in its relation to the graphic arts
E.S. Pilsworth, Macmillan, New York 1923.

Handbook of electrotyping and stereotyping
R.F. Salade, Oswald, New York 1923.

Storage batteries and service
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1923.

Storage-battery shop equipment
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1923.

Storage-battery testing
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1923.

Storage-battery troubles
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1923.

Electrode reaction and equilibria (a general discussion held by the Faraday Society, November, 1923)
Transactions of the Faraday Society, Vol. 19, Part 3, March, 1924.

The principles of applied electrochemistry (2nd ed)
A.J. Allmand and H.J.T. Ellingham, Longmans-Green, New York and Arnold, London 1924.

Electroplating and electroforming (electrotyping)
W. Blum and G.B. Hogaboom, McGraw-Hill, New York 1924.

Principles and applications of electrochemistry (Vol. 1, Principles)
H.J.M. Creighton, Wiley, New York 1924.

The electrolytic rectifier: for electrical engineers, physicists and wireless amateurs
N.A. de Bruyne, Pitman, London and New York 1924.

Electro-deposition of metals: a practical, comprehensive work comprising electro-plating, galvanoplastic operations and electrotyping; deposition of metals by the contact and immersion processes; coloring of metals; lacquering; methods of grinding and polishing, and hundreds of tested formulae and trade secrets, as well as descriptions and applications of voltaic cells, dynamo- electric machines and plating shop equipment. A complete exposition of all materials and processes used in every department of the art (9th ed)
G. Langbein and W.T. Brannt, Baird, New York 1924.

The electrolytic separation of magnesium from magnesia
I. Namari, Sakai, Japan, 1924.

Storage batteries
G.W. Vinal, Wiley, New York 1924.

Automobile storage batteries
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1924.

Charging storage batteries
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1924.

Storage-battery overhauling
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1924.

Storage-battery shop operations
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1924.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (9th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1925.

Theoretical and applied electrochemistry (2nd ed)
M. de K. Thompson, Macmillan, New York 1925.

Refining metals electrically
L.J. Barton, Penton, Cleveland 1926.

Electro-organic chemistry
C.J. Brockman, Chapman-Hall, London, and Wiley, New York 1926.
(Reprinted: University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI 1967.)

The lead storage battery (2nd ed)
H.G. Brown, Locomotive Publ. London 1926.

Accumulator charging, maintenance and repair, intended for the use of all interested in the charging and upkeep of accumulators for wireless work, motor-car lighting and starting equipment, and country house lighting plant
W.S. Ibbetson, Pitman, London 1926.

Potentiometric titrations: a theoretical and practical treatise
I.M. Kolthoff and N.H. Furman, Wiley, New York 1926.

Bibliography of electro-organic chemistry
M. Knobel and C.J. Brockman, National Research Council, Washington 1926.

Hydrogen ion concentration
L. Michaelis, Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore 1926.

The automobile storage battery, its care and repair (4th ed)
O.A. Witte, American Bureau of Engineering, Chicago 1926.

Electro-chemical deposition of metals commercially applied: a guide for engineers, works' chemists, instrument makers, and all users of plant and machinery (5th ed)
Fescol, London 1927.

Automobile storage batteries
O.A. Witte and C.R. Strouse, International Textbook, Scranton 1927.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (10th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1928.

Storage batteries
M. Arendt, Pitman, London and Van Nostrand, New York 1928.

The determination of hydrogen ions: an elementary treatise on the hydrogen electrode, indicator and supplementary methods, with an indexed bibliography on applications (3rd ed)
W.M. Clark, Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore 1928.

Principles and applications of electrochemistry (2nd ed)
H.J.M. Creighton, Chapman-Hall, London, and Wiley, New York 1928.

Alkaline accumulators
J.T. Crennell and F. M Lea, Longmans-Green, New York 1928.

Automobile and radio batteries: a practical manual on the construction, charging, maintenance and repair of automobile, motor cycle, and radio batteries: "dry," lead, and alkaline types (2nd ed)
H.H.U. Cross, Lockwood, London 1928.

Auto and radio battery and care and repair
H.P. Manly, Drake, Chicago 1928.

Storage batteries simplified, operating principles--care and industrial applications (new ed)
V.W. Page, Norman W. Henley, New York 1928.

The storage battery
C.J. Strickland, Strickland, Charlotte, NC 1928.

Electro-chemical deposition of metals commercially applied: a guide for engineers, works' chemists, instrument makers, and all users of plant and machinery (6th ed)
Fescol, London 1929.

Electroplating (From the 17th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Detroit, July 8-11, 1929)
Adelphia Reporting Bureau, Philadelphia 1929.

Hooker Electrochemical Company after twenty-five years, manufacturers of high grade chemicals
Hooker Electrochemical Company, New York 1929.

Hydrogen ions
H.T.S. Britton, Chapman-Hall, London 1929.

Practical primary cells
A.M. Codd, Pitman, London, 1929.

The lead storage battery
W. Knoblock and M.E. Booten, Knoblock, Gardena, CA 1929.

Storage batteries
R.W. Ritter and E.W. Allen, International Textbook, Scranton, PA 1929.

The process of electrotyping
C. Robinson, Seattle, WA 1929.


1930-1939

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Electroplating (From the 18th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Washington, June 30-July 3, 1930)
Adelphia Reporting Bureau, Philadelphia 1930.

Electroplating aluminum
Aluminum Company of America, Pittsburgh 1930.

Preprints and discussions of the fifty-eighth General Meeting, Detroit, MI
American Electrochemical Society, 1930.

Electroplating and electroforming (electrotyping) (2nd ed)
W. Blum and G.B. Hogaboom, McGraw-Hill, New York 1930.

The automobile storage battery; or, "The little black box mystery" in plain everyday English
N. Buckner, Miller, Asheville, NC 1930.

The conductivity of solutions
C.W. Davies, Wiley, New York 1930.

The aluminium industry, aluminium and its production
J.D. Edwards, F.C. Frary, and Z. Jeffries, McGraw-Hill, New York 1930.

Accumulators and batteries: a guide to their working and maintenance
J.A. Farnham, Foulsham, London 1930.

Electro-plating: a survey of modern practice including nickel, zinc, cadmium and chromium
S. Field and A.D. Weill, Pitman, London 1930.

Electroplating with chromium, copper, and nickel
B. Freeman and F.G. Hoppe, Prentice-Hall, New York 1930

The electrochemistry of solutions
S. Glasstone, Methuen, London, and Van Nostrand, New York 1930.

Electrolytic conduction
F.H. Newman, Chapman-Hall, London 1930.

The storage battery simplified
H.E. Phillips, Goodheart-Wilcox, Chicago 1930.

Platers' guidebook
O.J. Sizelove, Metal Industry, New York 1930.

Storage batteries (2nd ed)
G.W. Vinal, Wiley, New York 1930.

Storage-battery testing operations
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1930.

Faraday
E.W. Ashcroft, The British electrical and allied manufacturers' assc., London 1931.

Electrochemistry: principles and practice
C.J. Brockman, Van Nostrand, New York 1931.

Michael Faraday and some of his contemporaries
W. Cramp, Pitman, London 1931.

Electroplating with chromium, copper, and nickel
B. Freeman and F.G. Hoppe, Prentice-Hall, New York 1931.

Electric primary batteries: a practical guide to their construction and use (2nd ed)
B.E. Jones, Cassell, London 1931.

The colorimetric and potentiometric determination of pH. Outline of electrometric titrations
I.M. Kolthoff, Wiley, New York 1931.

Potentiometric titrations (2nd ed)
I.M. Kolthoff and N.H. Furman, Chapman-Hall, London, and Wiley, New York 1931.

Industrial electrochemistry
C.L. Mantell, McGraw-Hill, New York 1931.

A laboratory manual of electrochemistry (4th ed)
E. Muller, Routledge, London 1931.

Plater's guidebook
O.J. Sizelove, The Metal Industry, New York 1931.

Book of experiments for junior chemists: emical magic, how to make safe fireworks, inks and paints, electroplating and electrotyping, glass blowing, food analyses, household chemistry
J.H. Winn, Winn, New York 1931.

Electroplating (From the 20th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Philadelphia, June 20-23, 1932)
Adelphia Reporting Bureau, Philadelphia 1932.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (11th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1932.

The Donnan equilibria and their application to chemical, physiological and technical processes
T.R. Bolam, Bell, London 1932.

Accumulators, charging, maintenance and care
F.J. Camm, Newnes, London 1932.

Accumulator charging, maintenance and repair, intended for the use of all interested in the charging and upkeep of accumulators for wireless work, motor-car lighting and starting equipment, and country house lighting plant (3rd ed)
W.S. Ibbetson, Pitman, London 1932.

Chromium plating
E.S. Richards, Griffin, London 1932.

Electroplating (From the 21st Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Chicago, June 27-30, 1933)
Bona Fide Reporting, Chicago 1933.

Photo-engraving, electrotyping and stereotyping: the principles of photography, making line and half-tone plates, etching, tint laying, colour work, proofing, photogravure
T.S. Barber, Pitman, London 1933.

Storage batteries
F.B. Crocker, M. Arendt, and R.F. Kuns, American Technical Society, Chicago 1933.

The conductivity of solutions (2nd ed)
C.W. Davies, Wiley, New York 1933.

Sparks from the electrode
C.L. Mantell, Williams-Wilkins, Baltimore, and Century, New York 1933.

Storage batteries and service
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1933.

Electroplating (From the 22nd Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Detroit, June 11-14, 1934)
Bona Fide Reporting, Chicago 1934.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (12th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1934.

Electrokinetic phenomena and their application to biology and medicine (American Chemical Society Monograph Series, No. 66)
H.A. Abramson, Chemical Catalog Co. New York 1934.

Conductometric analysis
H.T.S. Britton, Chapman-Hall, London, and Van Nostrand, New York 1934.

Electrolytes
H. Falkenhagen Clarendon, Oxford 1934.

Lecture on "Electrometric methods in physical and analytical chemistry"
S. Glasstone, Royal Institute of Chemistry, London 1934.

A polarographic study of the electro-kinetic phenomena of adsorption, electro-reduction and overpotential displayed at the dropping mercury cathode
J. Heyrovsky, Hermann, Paris 1934.

Accumulator charging, maintenance and repair, intended for the use of all interested in the charging and upkeep of accumulators for wireless work, motor-car lighting and starting equipment, and country house lighting plant (4th ed)
W.S. Ibbetson, Pitman, London 1934.

Faraday
T. Martin, Duckworth, London 1934.

Electroplating
J.V. Alfriend, International Textbook, Scranton 1935.

Chromium plating, with special reference to its use in the automobile industry
O. Bauer, H. Arndt, W. Krause, and A.W. Hothersall, Arnold, London 1935.

The fundamentals of chemical thermodynamics: elementary theory and electrochemistry (2nd ed)
J.A.V. Butler, Macmillan, London 1935.

Principles and applications of electrochemistry, 2 vol. (3rd ed)
H.J.M. Creighton (Vol.1, Priciples, 3rd ed) and W.A. Koehler (Vol. 2, Applications) Wiley, New York 1935.

Storage batteries
F.B. Crocker, M. Arendt and R.F. Kuns, American Technical Society, Chicago 1935.

Principles of experimental and theoretical electrochemistry
M. Dole, McGraw-Hill, New York 1935.

Electro-plating: a survey of modern practice including nickel, zinc, cadmium and chromium (2nd ed)
S. Field and A.D. Weill, Pitman, London 1935.

Electrolytic oxidation and reduction
S. Glasstone and A. Hickling, Chapman-Hall, London 1935.

The electrolytic production of chlorine and alkalies
V.V. Stender, Onti. Khimteoret, Leningrad 1935.

Electroplating (From the 24th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Cleveland, June 1-4, 1936)
American Electroplaters' Society, 1936.

Electroplating: a practical handbook of diagrams, formulas, processes, and instructions that will show you how to set up and operate a complete amateur electroplating workshop
Popular Science and Grosset-Dunlap, New York 1936.

Plater's guidebook (5th ed)
T.H. Chamberlain and G.B. Hogaboom, The Metal Industry, New York 1936.
(Reprinted: Lindsay, Bradley, IL 1994.)

Men of science: Humphry Davy, Michael Faraday, James Prescott Joule, William Thomson, and James Clerk Maxwell
J. G. Crowther, Norton, New York 1936.

Ions in solution
R.W. Gurney, University Press, Cambridge 1936.

Chromium plating (2nd ed)
E.S. Richards, Griffin, London 1936.

Electro-organic chemical preparations
S. Swann, University of Illinois, Urbana 1936.

Storage batteries and service
O.A. Witte, International Textbook, Scranton 1936.

Electroplating (From the 25th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters'Society, New York, June 14-17, 1937)
Bona Fide Reporting, Chicago 1937.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating, polishing, bronzing, lacquering and enamelling (13th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1937.

The battery industry at a glance, 1937
National Battery Manufacturers Association, New York 1937.

The lead storage battery (3rd ed)
H.G. Brown, Locomotive Publ. London 1937.

Plater's guidebook (6th ed)
T.H. Chamberlain and G.B. Hogaboom, The Metal Industry, New York 1937.

Electrolytic condensers: their properties, design and practical uses
P.R. Coursey, Chapman-Hall, London 1937.

The battery book: a practical manual on the construction, charging, care and repair of automobile, motor cycle, radio, aviation, electric vehicle, medical and other similar batteries: "dry", lead, zinc, halogen and alkaline types
H.H.U. Cross, The Technical Press, London 1937.

Electrical signs of nervous activity
J. Erlanger and H.S. Gasser, U. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 1937.

The electrochemistry of solutions (2nd ed)
S. Glasstone, Methuen, London, and Van Nostrand, New York 1937.

Electroplating (From the 26th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Milwaukee, WI, June 13-16, 1938)
American Electroplaters' Society, 1938.

Exide batteries: fifty years of achievement, 1888-1938
Electric Storage Battery Company, Philadelphia 1938.

Power requirements in electrochemical, electrometallurgical, and allied Industries
U.S. Govt. print. off. Washington 1938.

Plater's guidebook (7th ed)
T.H. Chamberlain and G.B. Hogaboom, The Metal Industry, New York 1938.

Electrolytic capacitors
P.McK. Deeley, Cornell-Dubilier, South Plainfield, 1938.

Electro-plating: a survey of modern practice including nickel, zinc, cadmium and chromium (3rd ed)
S. Field and A.D. Weill, Pitman, London 1938.

The electrode potential behaviour of corroding metals in aqueous solutions
O. Gatty and E.C.R. Spooner, Clarendon, Oxford 1938.
(Reprinted: Johnson Reprint Corp. New York 1965.)

The oxidation states of the elements and their potentials in aqueous solutions
W.M. Latimer, Prentice-Hall, New York 1938.

Theoretical electrochemistry
N.A. McKenna, Van Nostrand, New York 1938.

Educational sessions: one-hundredth anniversary of electroplating (From the 27th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Asbury Park, June 19-22, 1939)
American Electroplaters' Society, 1939.

An introduction to lead-acid accumulator technique
H.E. Clarke, Lucas, Birmingham, UK 1939.

Things to make with dry batteries
S.R. Cook, Burgess, Freeport, IL 1939.

Electrolytic condensers: their properties, design and practical uses (2nd ed)
P.R. Coursey, Chapman-Hall, London 1939.

The electrochemistry of gases and other dielectrics
G. Glockler and S.C. Lind, Chapman-Hall, London, and Wiley, New York 1939.

The principles of electrochemistry
D.A. MacInnes, Reinhold, New York 1939.
(Reprinted: Dover New York, 1961).
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/principlesofelec030880mbp

Theoretical electrochemistry
N.A. McKenna, Macmillan, London 1939.

Plating and finishing guidebook (formerly: Plater's guidebook) (8th ed)
W.R. Meyer (Ed), The Metal Industry, New York 1939.

Electrochemistry and electrochemical analysis (3 volumes)
H.J.S. Sand, Blackie, London 1939.

Plating and finishing guidebook, formerly Platers' guidebook (8th ed)
O.J. Sizelove, T.H. Chamberlain, and W.R. Meyer, The Metal Industry, New York 1939.

Theoretical and applied electrochemistry (3rd ed)
M. de K. Thompson, Macmillan, New York 1939.


1940-1949

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Educational sessions (From the 28th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Dayton, June 10-13, 1940)
American Electroplaters' Society, 1940.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (14th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1940.

The plater's handbook
Cruickshank, Birmingham 1940.

Electrocapillarity – The chemistry and physics of electrodes and other charged surfaces
J.A.V. Butler, Methuen, London, and Chemical Publ. New York 1940.

Dry batteries, how to make them
G.B. Hughes, Hutchinson's , London 1940.

The anodic oxidation of aluminium and its alloys
A. Jenny, Griffin, London and Chemical Publ. New York 1940.

Industrial electrochemistry (2nd ed)
C.L. Mantell, McGraw-Hill, New York 1940.

Plating and finishing guidebook (formerly: Plater's guidebook) (9th ed)
W.R. Meyer (Ed), The Metal Industry, New York 1940.

Things a boy can do with electrochemistry
A.P. Morgan, Appleton-Century, New York 1940.

The dry battery: a practical manual, including battery manufacture
W.S. Sholl, Griffin, London 1940.

Storage batteries (3rd ed)
G.W. Vinal, Wiley, New York 1940.

Educational sessions (From the 29th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Boston, June 9-12, 1941)
EAS, Jenkintown 1941.

Bibliography of polarographic literature, 1922-1941
E.H. Sargent, Chicago 1941.

Gaseous conductors: theory and engineering applications
J.D. Cobine, McGraw-Hill, New York 1941.

The glass electrode: methods, applications, and theory
M. Dole, Wiley, New York 1941.

Accumulator charging, maintenance and repair, intended for the use of all interested in the charging and upkeep of accumulators for wireless work, motor-car lighting and starting equipment, and country house lighting plant (7th ed)
W.S. Ibbetson, Pitman, London 1941.

pH and electrotitrations: the colorimetric and potentiometric determination of pH. Potentiometry, conductometry, and voltammetry (polarography). Outline of electrometric titrations (2nd ed)
I.M. Kolthoff and H.A. Laitinen, Wiley, New York 1941.

Polarography
I.M. Kolthoff and J.J. Lingane, Intrescience, New York 1941.

The polarographic method of analysis
O.H. Muller, J. Chemical Education, Easton, Pennsylvania 1941.

Science for electroplaters: chemistry, electrochemistry, metallurgy
N.E. Promisel, Metal Industry, New York 1941.

Electro-plating and anodising: covering gold, silver, nickel, copper, chromium, cadmium, tin, lead and zinc plating. Also anodising and aluminium plating (The electrical engineer series, Vol. 12)
J. Rosslyn, (Ed), Newnes, London 1941.

Plating and finishing guidebook, formerly Platers' guidebook (10th ed)
O.J. Sizelove, T H Chamberlain, and W.R. Meyer, The Metal Industry, New York 1941.

Rapid quantitative electrolytic methods of analysis
G.W. Slomin, E.H. Sargent, Chicago 1941.

Educational sessions (From the 30th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Grand Rapids, June 8-10, 1942)
EAS, Jenkintown 1942.

Modern electroplating (From the 80th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Chicago, October 1-4, 1941)
Electrochemical Society, New York 1942.

Electrophoresis of proteins and the chemistry of cell surfaces
H.A. Abramson, L.S. Moyer, and M.H. Gorin, Reinhold, New York 1942.

Hydrogen ions, 2 vol. (3rd ed)
H.T.S. Britton, Chapman-Hall, London 1942.

The fundamentals of chemical thermodynamics: elementary theory and electrochemistry (3rd ed)
J.A.V. Butler, Macmillan, London 1942.

An introduction to electrochemistry
S. Glasstone, Van Nostrand, New York 1942.
Available on the WWW: http://www.archive.org/details/introductiontoel031801mbp

Industrial electrometallurgy: including electrolytic and electrothermal processes
E.K. Rideal, Bailliere, Tindall and Cox, London 1942.

Electro-plating and anodising: covering gold, silver, nickel, copper, chromium, cadmium, tin, lead and zinc plating. Also anodising and aluminium plating (The electrical engineer series, Vol. 12) (2nd ed)
J. Rosslyn, (Ed), Newnes, London 1942.

A boy and a battery
R.F. Yates, Harper, New York 1942.

Educational sessions (From the 31st Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Buffalo, New York, June 6-8, 1943)
EAS, Jenkintown 1943.

The inside story of dry batteries: a guide for students
National Carbon Company, New York 1943.

Principles and applications of electrochemistry, 2 vol. (4th ed)
H.J.M. Creighton (Vol.1, Priciples, 4th ed, 1943) and W.A. Koehler (Vol. 2, Applications, 2nd ed, 1944) Wiley, New York 1943.

Electrodeposition and its applications in dentistry
R.G. Ellis, Canadian dental research foundation, Toronto, 1943.

Electro-plating a survey of modern practice, including the analysis of solutions (4th ed)
S. Field and A.D. Weill, Pitman, London 1943.

The fundamentals of electrochemistry and electrodeposition
S. Glasstone, American Electroplaters Society, New York, and Franklin, Palisade, 1943.

The physical chemistry of electrolytic solutions
H.S. Harned and B.B. Owen, Reinhold, New York 1943.

Battery-electric vehicles: dealing with the construction and operation of all types of battery-operated electric vehicles and accessory equipment
S.M. Hills, Newnes, London 1943.

Accumulator charging, maintenance and repair, intended for the use of all interested in the charging and upkeep of accumulators for wireless work, motor-car lighting and starting equipment, and country house lighting plant (8th ed)
W.S. Ibbetson, Pitman, London 1943.

Chromium plating
M. Kolodney, National Research Council, Washington 1943.

Plating and finishing guidebook, formerly Platers' guidebook (12th ed)
O.J. Sizelove, T H Chamberlain, N. Hall, and G.B. Hogaboom, The Metal Industry, New York 1943.

Electroplating (From the 32nd Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Cleveland, June 12-14, 1944)
EAS, Jenkintown 1944.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating (15th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1944.

Principles and applications of electrochemistry, 2 vol. (4th ed)
H.J.M. Creighton (Vol.1, Priciples, 4th ed, 1943) and W.A. Koehler (Vol. 2, Applications, 2nd ed, 1944) Wiley, New York 1944.

The principles of electrodeposition: the electro-chemistry of electro-plating
S. Field, Pitman, London 1944.

Plating and finishing guidebook (13th ed)
N. Hall and G.B. Hogaboom (Ed), The Metal Industry, New York 1944.

The electrowinning of manganese
R.S. Dean, Crimora Research and Development, 1945.

Electro-plating a survey of modern practice, including the analysis of solutions (5th ed)
S. Field and A.D. Weill, Pitman, London 1945.

The electrolytic capacitor
A.M. Georgiev, Murray Hill, New York 1945.

The electrochemistry of solutions (3rd ed)
S. Glasstone, Methuen, London 1945.

Plating and finishing guidebook (formerly: Plater's guidebook) (14th ed)
N. Hall and G.B. Hogaboom (Ed), The Metal Industry, New York 1945.

Tinplate
W.E. Hoare and E.S. Hedges, Arnold, London 1945.

Primary and storage batteries
E.S. Lincoln, Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York 1945.

Electroplating
A.H. Sanders, International Texbook, Scranton 1945.

Conductimetric titrations of mixed electrolytes
S.G. Shuttleworth, E.H. Walton, Port Elizabeth, So. Afr. 1945.

Chemistry for electroplaters
C.B.F. Young, Chemical Publ. Brooklyn 1945.

Bibliography of polarographic literature, 1922-1945
E.H. Sargent, Chicago 1946.

Electroplating (From the 33rd Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Pittsburgh, June, 1946)
EAS, Jenkintown 1946.

Batteries and maintenance
International Textbook, Scranton, PA 1946.

Electroplating on aluminum and its alloys
Aluminum Company of America, New Kensington 1946.

Specifications and tests for electrodeposited metallic coatings
American Society for Testing Materials, American Electroplaters' Society. ASTM, Philadelphia 1946.

Plating and finishing guidebook (formerly: Plater's guidebook) (15th ed)
N. Hall and G.B. Hogaboom (Ed), The Metal Industry, New York 1946.

Symposium on pH measurement (From the forty-ninth annual meeting, American Society for Testing Materials, Buffalo, NY, June 24-28, 1946, Technical publication No. 73)
American Society for Testing Materials, Philadelphia 1947

Transactions of the second International Congress on Electroheat and Electrochemistry (The Hague, Sept. 3-4, 1947)
Arnhem, Netherlands 1947.

Electronic mechanisms of organic reactions
A.R. Day, Stephenson-Brothers, Philadelphia 1947.

Radio and car battery handbook: for automobile electricians and radio servicemen
C. Fleming, Newnes, London 1947.

Electrode processes (From a meeting of the Faraday Society, Manchester, April 9-10, 1947, Discussions of the Faraday Society, No. 1)
Gurney and Jackson, London 1947.

Questions and answers on batteries and battery charging
E. Molloy, Newnes, London 1947.

Handbook of industrial electroplating
E.A. Ollard and E.B. Smith, Iliffe, and Cassier, London 1947.

Electrodeposition (3rd Symp. Institute of Metal Finishing, London, September 1947)
Electrodepositors' Technical Society, London 1948.

The plater's handbook
Cruickshank, Birmingham 1948.

Literature search on dry cell technology
M.N. Bolen and B.H. Weil, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta 1948.

Principles and applications of electrochemistry, 2 vol. (4th ed, rev. and enl.)
H.J.M. Creighton (Vol.1, Priciples) and W.A. Koehler (Vol. 2, Applications) Chapman-Hall, London, and Wiley, New York 1948.

Electrochemical analysis with graded cathode potential control
H. Diehl, G.F. Smith, Columbus 1948.

Electric accumulator manual, a practical work for the battery user: dealing with battery plant operation and maintenance and modern applications
T.C. Elliott, Newnes, London 1948.

Catalytic, photochemical, and electrolytic reactions
V.I. Komarewsky, Interscience, New York 1948.

Electro-plating and anodising: covering gold, silver, nickel, copper, chromium, cadmium, tin, lead and zinc plating. Also anodising and aluminium plating (The electrical engineer series, Vol. 12) (4th ed)
J. Rosslyn, (Ed), Newnes, London 1948.

Electroplating (From the 34th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Detroit, June, 1947)
G. Soderberg (Ed), EAS, Jenkintown 1948.

Electroplating (From the 35th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Atlantic City, June 27-July 1, 1948)
G. Soderberg (Ed), EAS, Jenkintown 1948.

Bibliography of electro-organic chemistry
S. Swann, University of Illinois, Urbana 1948.

Catalytic reactions, photochemical and electrolytic reactions
A. Weissberger, Interscience, New York 1948.

Electrolytic polishing and bright plating of metals
S. Wernick, Redman, London 1948.

Stereotyping and electrotyping
A.F. Winter, Pitman, London 1948.

Electroplating (From the 36th Annual Convention of the American Electroplaters' Society, Milwaukee, WI, June 28-July 1, 1949)
G. Soderberg and M. Glover (Ed), EAS, Jenkintown 1949.

The Canning practical handbook of electroplating, polishing, bronzing, lacquering and enamelling (16th ed)
Canning, Birmingham 1949.

Cathodic protection (Symp. Electrochemical Society and the National Association of Corrosion Engineers, Pittsburgh 1947)
National Association of Corrosion Engineers, Houston 1949.

Principles of electroplating and electroforming (electrotyping) (3rd ed)
W. Blum and G.B. Hogaboom, McGraw-Hill, New York 1949.

The principles of electrodeposition: the electro-chemistry of electro-plating (2nd ed)
S. Field, Pitman, London 1949.

Electro-plating (5th ed)
S. Field and A.D. Weill, Pitman, London 1949.

Accumulator charging, maintenance and repair, intended for the use of all interested in the charging and upkeep of accumulators for wireless work, motor-car lighting and starting equipment, and country house lighting plant (10th ed)
W.S. Ibbetson, Pitman, London 1949.

Thermodynamics of dilute aqueous solutions, with applications to electrochemistry and corrosion
M. Pourbaix, Arnold, London 1949.


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