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John R. Baylis


John R. Baylis

John Robert. Baylis was born in May 11, 1885.

Bayliss died in 19May 11, 1885 October 31, 1963

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Patent Number
Date
Patentee Description
U.S. Patent 1,727,094 September 3, 1929 John R. Baylis Tungsten Electrode for Determining Ion Concentration
U.S. Patent 2,217,466 October 8, 1940 John R. Baylis Composition of Matter for Water Treatment


References
1923 Tungsten Wire for Hydrogen-Ion Determinations, by John R. Baylis, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 15(8):852-852 (August 1923)

1926 Factors Other Than Dissolved Oxygen Influencing the Corrosion of Iron Pipes, by John R. Baylis, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 18(4):370-380 (April 1926)

1927 Treatment of Water To Prevent Corrosion," by John R. Baylis, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 19(7):777-781 (July 1927)

1934 "Effectiveness of Filtration in Removing from Water, and of Chlorine in Killing, the Causative Organism of Amoebic Dysentery," by Bertha K. Spector, John R. Baylis and Oscar Gullans, Public Health Reports. 49(27):786-800 (July 6, 1934) | also here |

1934 "Taste and Odor Control, Introductory Statement," by John R. Baylis, Journal of the American Water Works Association 26(11):1719 (November 1934)

1935 Treatment of Water To Prevent Corrosion," by John R. Baylis, Journal of the American Water Works Association 27(2):220-234 (February, 1935)

1935 Elimination of Taste and Odor in Water, by John R. Baylis

1948 Chemical Control at Chicago's South District Filtration Plant," by John R. Baylis, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 40(8):1379-1384 (August 1948)

1952 "One Hundred Years of Progress in the Filtration of Water," by John R. Baylis, Engineer of water purification, a paper presented at the Northern Illinois Water Works Institute, October 19, 1951, Pure Water 4(1):1-22 (January, 1952) | Part 2 4(2):44-67 (February, 1952)

1952 "Slurry Feeding of Activated Carbon," by John R. Baylis, Journal of the American Water Works Association 44(12):1161-1168 (December, 1952)

1959 "Review of Filter Bed Design and Methods of Washing," by John R. Baylis, Journal of the American Water Works Association 51(11):1433-1454 (November 1959)

1963 "John R. Baylis, Journal of the American Water Works Association,  55(12) Percolation and Runoff 40, 42.

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