Two letters from Sir Henry Bessemer to J. C. Bayley

Made:
1871-1871
maker:
Bessemer, Henry

The first letter discusses the importance of removing phosphorous during steel-making and hints that Bessemer is approaching a breakthrough in his own process. The second letter compares Webster's patent [no. 2364 from 1868] with Bessemer's prior patent covering the use of acidic or hydrocarbon gases in steel refining.

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Identifier:
MS/1147