Reports of the Department of Commerce. Report of the Secretary of Commerce and Reports of Bureaus

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1953
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Página 56 - The present shortage of materials suitable for crystal rectifiers and transistors led the Bureau to explore a new group of semiconducting materials. Germanium, commonly used in the past for the production of rectifiers and transistors, has serious limitations at elevated temperatures. The Bureau found that series of compounds formed between the metal antimony and the metals indium, gallium, or aluminum may solve this problem.
Página 61 - ... provide a source of Information and familiarity in depth with international economic events that is basic to all the foreign economic activities of the Department and to American business as well. Principally through the new Bureau of International Programs, the experience of American business Is being brought to bear in the development of Government. policies and programs in the fields of commercial policy, commodity policy. and financial policy. Particular attention is being given to measures...
Página 26 - That for the purpose of carrying on the operations of the Government-owned inland, canal, and coastwise waterways system to the point where the system can be transferred to private operation to the best advantage of the Government...
Página 12 - Department, namely the Bureau of Public Roads, Civil Aeronautics Administration, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Inland Waterways Corporation, Weather Bureau, Maritime Administration, and, insofar as authorized by law, the Federal Maritime Board.
Página 61 - ... representatives of other nations in the consideration and solution of international economic, trade, and exchange problems through participation in international organizations and conferences, through liaison with foreign embassies and foreign private organizations in the United States...
Página 45 - The purpose of this standard is to reduce danger of injury and loss of life by providing, on a national basis, standard methods of testing and rating the flammability of textiles and textile products for clothing use, thereby discouraging the use of any dangerously flammable clothing textiles. § 1610.2 Scope. (a) The standard provides methods of testing the flammability of clothing and textiles intended to be used for clothing...
Página 58 - Another aspect of international cooperation involves a program whereby scientists or diplomatic representatives from other countries are accepted at the Bureau as guest workers or visitors. Approximately...
Página 17 - ... mutual security program. (c) Aid to southeast Asia and the Philippines, and other programs of economic assistance currently administered by the Economic Cooperation Administration. (d) Technical assistance, including the Point...
Página 19 - As a leading maritime nation and a leader in naval and air power, the United States must have a continually expanding knowledge of the sea around it, its coasts, the location of dangerous reefs and shoals, the extent of fishing banks and submerged lands, the rise and fall of the tide, the direction and strength of sea currents, and the magnetic disturbances affecting its navigation and communications. As a leader in air commerce, it must have a continually expanding knowledge of its vast terrain,...

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