Question 1: 1875 To-Do List

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Question 1: 1875 To-Do List
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Wanted May 31 1875
A method of making malleable iron out of
cast iron
Making cast iron out of steel and to have
the same properties
A method of making ‘sawdust’ soluble to
form a cheap substitute for ebony and
rubber or celluloid
A cheap intense green equal to aniline
green without iodine or arsenic.
An electromagnet which does not require
wire.
The formation of organic substances for the
decomposition of water under certain
influences.
A kerosene or other oil lamp which burns
without chimneys and gives a bright light
A new engraving process.
Question 2: What would you like to invent?
• Have you ever created a list of possible things
you would like to invent?
• List and briefly describe three different items
you would like to invent
• Keep an open mind
• Do not limit yourself
Question 4: Inventing
the Phonograph II
Edison’s Exhibit. 25-12
Question 5:
Inventing the
Phonograph II
Edison’s Exhibit. 27-12
Question 5: Inventing the Phonograph II
Edison’s Exhibit 28-12
Edison’s Exhibit. 28-12
Question 6: Naming the phonograph
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T.A.Edison
Menlo Park, N.J.
Auto-Electrograph = Electric Post
Tel –autograph
Tel-autophone
Polyphone = Manifold Sounder
Autophone = Self Sounder
Kosmophone = Universal Sounder
Acoustophone = Sound hearer = Audible speaker
Antiphone = Back-talker
Liquiphone = Clear speaker
Minuttophone – minute-sounder
Meistophone = smallest sounder
Anchiphone = Near sounder or speaker
Palmeto phone = Vibration sounder
Didaskophone = Teaching speaker – Speaking Check
Glottophone – Language sounder or speaker
Climatophone = Weather announcer
Atmophone = Fog sounder or Vapor-speaker
Question 6: Naming the phonograph
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Palmophone – Pendulum sounder
Pinakophone – Speaking register
Hemerologophone – Speaking alumance
Kalendophone - Speaking Calendar
Sphygmophone – Pulse speaker
Halmophone – Heart – beat sounder
Seismophone – Earthquake sounder
Electrophone – Electric speaker
Brontophone – Thunder sounder
Klangophone – Bird-cry sounder
Surigmophone – Whistling sounder
Bremophone – Wind sounder
Bittako-phone – Parrot speaker
Krogmophone - Croaking or Cawing Sounder
Hulagmophone – Barkin gsounder
Trematophone – Sound
Question 7: What features of Edison’s
Engineering Design Journal could you
model in your own journal?

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