Journal of the Chemical Society, Volume 75

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Chemical Society., 1899

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Contents

Hyponitrites their Properties and their Preparation
95
Derivatives of Camphoric Acid Part III By FRED
125
aKetotetrahydronaphthalene
144
Production of Optically Active Mono and Dialkyl
153
Determination of the Constitution of Fatty Acids
161
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164
Some Halogen Derivatives of Acetone Dicarboxylic
169
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171
Oxidation of Sulphocamphylic Acid By W H PERKIN
175
48
191
Researches on Moorland Waters
196
61
239
The Changes of Volume due to Dilution of Aqueous
254
Methanetrisulphonic Acid By ERNEST HAROLD
278
Maltodextrin its OxidationProducts and Constitution
286
Attempts to Prepare Pure Starch Derivatives through
308
The Stable Dextrin of Starch Transformations
315
Position Isomerism and Optical Activity
337
Some Regularities in the Rotatory Power of Homo
347
Detection and Determination of Sucrose in
371
Action of Metallic Thiocyanates on Certain Sub
388
Formation of aPyrone Compounds and their Trans
411
XLHydrolysis of the yCyanides of Disubstituted Aceto
417
Bromomethylfurfuraldehyde By HENRY J HORSTMAN
423
A Reaction of some Phenolic Colouring Matters
433
A Method of Studying Polymorphism and on Poly
455
Contribution to the Characterisation of Racemic
465
The Rotatory Powers of Optically Active Methoxy
483
PositionIsomerism and Optical Activity The Com
493
Isomeric Fencholenic Acids By GEORGE BERTRAM
501
Synthesis of some Derivatives of BBDipyridyl from
507
The Condensation of Oxalic Acid and Resorcinol By JOHN
518
Synthesis and Preparation of Terebic and Terpenylic Acids
527
Ethyl Ammoniumsulphite By EDWARD DIVERS
533
The Action of Certain Acidic Oxides on Salts of Hydroxy
542
Derivatives of aaDibromocamphorsulphonic Acid
558
A New Compound of Arsenic and Tellurium By E C
597
The Action of Nitric Oxide on Nitrogen Peroxide
613
On the Mode of Burning of Carbon By HAROLD BAILY
630
LXIIA Study of the Absorption Spectra of Isatin Car
640
Preparation of Acid Phenylic Salts of Dibasic Acids
661
Some Derivatives of Dimethyldihydroresorcinol
771
Action of Hydrogen Peroxide on Carbohydrates in
786
The Action of Alkyl Haloids on Hydroxylamine
792
The Condensation of Ethylic Acetonedicarboxylate
808
The Colouring Matter of Cotton Flowers Gossypium
825
Researches on the Alkylsubstituted Succinic Acids
839
Some Derivatives of Dibenzyl Ketone By FRANCIS
865
Action of Light and of Oxygen on Dibenzyl Ketone
871
The Composition and Tensions of Dissociation
883
The AluminiumMercury Couple Part II
893
The cis and transBPhenylbutaneaa₁₂tricarb
904
The Action of Ethylene Dibromide and Trimethylene
921
Influence of Substitution on Specific Rotation in
934
Studies of the Acids of the Acetylene Series
954
A Contribution to the Chemistry of the Mandelic Acids
964
The Chlorine Derivatives of Pyridine Part III
979
Homocamphoronic and Caniphononic Acids
986
The Action of Hydrogen Peroxide on Secondary
1004
Amidoamidines of the Naphthalene Series
1011
Condensations of Anhydracetonebenzil and its Ana
1017
Triphenyloxazolone
1027
Furfuran Derivatives from Benzoin and Phenols
1035
Interaction of Benzoin with Phenylenediamines
1043
Synthetical Preparation of Glucosides By HUGH RYAN
1054
On a Method for Providing a Current of Gaseous
1060
The Application of Powerful Optically Active Acids
1066
The Application of Powerful Optically Active Acids
1093
The Application of Powerful Optically Active Acids
1105
A Method for Discriminating between Nonracemic
1111
The Characterisation of Racemic Liquids
1119
Asymmetric Optically Active Nitrogen Compounds
1127
Action of Hydrolytic Agents on aDibromocamphor
1134
Camphoroxime Part III Behaviour of Camphor
1141
Influence of an Unsaturated Linking on the Optical
1149
The Interaction of Sodium Hydroxide and Benz
1155
The Ultraviolet Absorption Spectrum of Proteids
1162
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1134
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