Journal of the Chemical Society, Volume 52

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Chemical Society., 1887
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Contents

MAGERSTEIN v Comparative Manurial Values of Chili Salipetre
77
Constitution of gKetonic Acids
93
GENTH A Mineralogical Notes
96
805
105
Mineralogical Chemistry
116
878
118
GAYON V and E DUBOURG Alcoholic Fermentation of Dextrin
125
Dixon W A Constitution of Acids
127
KÖHLEB A Nitroderivatives of Methyluracil
128
FITTICA F A Fourth Monobromophenol and a Second Monobromoben
134
FAHLBERG C and R List Ethyl Benzoic Sulphinide and Ethyl Ortho
148
807
150
Dana E S Mineralogical Notes
151
EIJKMANN J F Hydrastine
163
515
164
GAYON V and G Dupetit Method of Preventing Secondary Fermenta
169
Muntz A and C GIRARD Production of Farmyard Manure
175
PETTERSSON O Apparatus for Gas Analysis
176
519
182
BLUM L Separation of Manganese from iron
183
WURSTER C Active Oxygen in the Atmosphere
211
SCHEIBLER C Determination of Water in the Hydrates of Strontium
217
Blat F Action of Sodium Methoxide on Bromobenzene
242
MENTHA E and K HEUMANN Cyanazobenzene and Parazobenzenecar
248
808
251
NEUMANN G Nitrophenyl Benzoates and Nitrobenzoates
254
HEMILIAN W Diphenylmetaxylylmethane and Diphenylorthoxylylmethane
266
Pesci and BETTELLI Terebenthenederivatives
272
CLAUS A and P KÜTTNER Quinolinesulphonic Acids
278
ZEISEL S Colchicine
284
521
288
LIBORIUS P Bacterial Life in Relation to Oxygen
291
BLOMSTRAND C W Oxyacids of Iodine
292
SENDERENS J B Action of Sulphur on Ammonia and Metallic Bases
299
LEVY L Colour Reactions of Arsenic Arsenious Vanadic and Molybdic
305
406
309
MOLL J W Microchemical Detection of Tannin
311
463
313
Application of Electrolysis
317
tion OSTWALD W Coefficients of Affinity of Bases
323
Weber R Combinations of sulphuric Anhydride with Phosphoric
328
LINCK G Crystallography of Cadmium Borotungstate
334
MICHAELIS A Valency of Bismuth
340
HILLEBRAND W F Emmonsite an Iron Telluride
344
LACROIX A Lamellar Thomsonite
350
GRIMAUX E and C CLOEZ Erythrenederivatives
352
GATTERMANN L and G SCHMIDT Preparation of Alkylamidoformio
358
FRIEDHEIM C Weils Method for the Volumetric Estimation of
371
SANDMEYER T Action of Ethyl Imidocarbonate on Aromatic Ortho
383
VINCENZI L Chemical Constituents of Bacteria
393
69
395
BENTE F Determination of Phosphoric Acid
397
MAUMENÉ E Saccharin
398
BOIS BAUDRAN L DE Red Fluorescence of Alumina
409
STREINZ F Galvanic Polarisation of Aluminium
415
DIAKONOFF N W Molecular Respiration of Plants
421
PICKERING S U Determination of the Constitution of Carbon Compounds
423
167
428
STELZNER A and A SCHERTEL Black Zinc Blende of Friberg
432
GOSSART The Spheroidal State
433
810
435
BOISBAUDRAN L DE Fluorescence of Manganese compounds
436
WARBEN H N Decomposition of Ammonium Chloride by an Alloy
443
CLAASSEN E Solubility of Manganese Sulphide in Fused Potassium
449
KINCH E F H BUTLER and H A MIERS New Variety of Dufrenite
451
623
454
812
456
BERTONI G Ethereal Salts of Nitrous Acid
459
Kuliani H Arabinosecarboxylic Acid and Arabinose
465
Reus Ex I and A G PALMER Decomposition of Diazocompounds
468
168
470
LEKO M T Thiophen in Aniline
471
WALLACH 0 Diazo and Diazoamidocompounds
475
GBAETZ L Electrical Conductivity of Solids at High Pressures
482
170
490
PIUTTI A Synthesis of Ethereal Salts of Trimesic Acid
494
MOLISCH H Relations between Inorganic Salts containing Nitrogen
497
COHEN E Pallasite from Campo de Pucará
503
MARTIN S H C Proteïds of the Seeds of Jequirity
512
ATWATER W O Acquisition of Atmospheric Nitrogen by Plants
517
440
520
BLAREZ C Saturation of Normal Arsenic Acid with Barium Hydroxide
521
813
524
ZAMBELLI L Colorimetric Determination of Nitrites in Water
533
442
537
Dyson G Apparatus for Determining Vapourdensities
549
287
564
RENARD A Action of Heat on Heptine
565
GLADYSZ T Preparation of Calcium and Potassium Tartrates
571
Moos F Condensation Products of Ethyleneaniline with Aldehydes
577
EDELEANO L Derivatives of Phenylmethacrylic Acid and of Phenyliso
583
COXINCK O DE Alkaloïds
604
688
606
WEIL F Volumetric Estimation of Sulphides
619
KREUSLER U Amount of Oxygen in the Atmosphere
625
RASCHIG F Reaction of Nitrous Acid with Sulphurous Acid
635
KNOP A Crystallised Niobic Anhydride
642
699
647
BOURQUELOT E Deterioration of Diastase by the Action of Heat
648
BERTHELOT and ANDRÉ Decomposition of Ammonium Hydrogen Carbo
676
LEONE T Changes Induced in Water by the Development of Bacteria
685
Fleck H Colour Reactions of Picric Acid and Dinitrocresol
689
König G A Manganesezinc Serpentine from Franklin New Jersey
709
Būlow C Phenylhydrazinecompounds
715
HoppeSEYLER F Methane Fermentation of Acetic Acid
718
288
722
769
726
Krüss G and L F Nilson Potassium Germanium Fluoride
733
SEEGEN J Sugar in the Blood with reference to Nutrition
740
EINHORN A Ecgonine
741
Physiological
743
Diez R Quantitative Estimation of Glycerol
751
Elsas A Nobilis Rings and Allied Electrochemical Phenomena
760
MERMET A Lecture Experiments
769
WILLM E Sulphuretted Waters of Olette
780
Direct Union of
793
HAZURA K Acid from Hempseed
799
NIETZKI R Formation of Croconic Acid from Benzenederivatives
806
CLAUS A and A STIEBEL Metanitroparachloraniline
812
SMOLKA A Action of Bromine on Carbamide
825
ketones and Alkylated BenzoylBPropionic Acids
827
Roser W Preparation of Paradinitrodibenzyl
836
BALBIANO L Camphorderivatives
842
BEYER C Quinolinederivatives from BDiketones
849
BOIS BAUDRAN L DE Fluorescence of Manganese and Bismuth
854
Miura M Melanin
855
MCIVOR R W E New Zealand Graphite
964
LAFONT J Action of Glacial Acetic Acid on Lærogyrate Camphor
969
SEPEK J Ó Action of Furfuraldehyde on Quinaldine
976
MyLITS F Cholic Acid
982
MAIRET A and COMBEMALE Therapeutic Action of Methylal
983
KaiseR and SCHMIEDER Changes in Milk by Freezing
993
SANBORN J W Animal Nutrition
1003
BRÜHL J W Influence of Single and Double Union on the Refractive
1005
STOHMAN F Heats of Combustion of Organic Compounds as Determined
1011
FABRE C Selenium Alums
1014
ZEPHAROVÍCH V v Trona Idrialite and Zinc Bloom
1021
OTTO R and K Voigt Solid aDichlorethyl Cyanide and its Conversion
1024
195
1025
200
1037
GRINER G Isomeride of Benzene
1053
201
1056
BBÖCKE E Does Human Urine contain Free Acid
1058
TROWBRIDGE J and C C HUTCHINS Oxygen in the
1065
14
1078
LUZZATTO E Antimonite from Valdagno
1084
SEXYLER F W Ethereal Salts of Allium ursinium
1089
202
1096
WOHLBRÜCK 0 Action of Sodium on Ethyl Salts of the Higher Fatty
1099
SCHNITER K Preparation of Quinones Halogenderivatives of Tolu
1105
27
1106
POLVERMACHER G Homoorthophthalimide
1111
GABRIEL S Formation of Primary Amines from the corresponding
1113
GEDÕIST L Preparation of Picrocarmine
1117
205
1119
29
1120
WILLIAMS J Preparation of Aconitine
1125
CEAMER A Glycogen
1129
BREAL E New Method of Testing for Nitrates
1138
KLASON P Estimation of Thiocyanic Acid
1144
KABCZ M Glyoxalænanthyline and its Derivatives
1151
BABYER A Constitution of Benzene
1152
BECKMANN E Cracking Glass with Certainty
1153
DECLAUX E Chemical Changes produced by Sunlight
1154
CLATS A and A W BÜCHER Chlorobenzoic Acids
1155
MÜLLERERZBACH W Dissociation of Sodium Phosphate
1156
LEO H Trypsin in Urine
1157
CLAISES
1158
Brühl J W Thomsens Supposed Explanation of Molecular Refraction
1159
LEIGHTON G W Crystalline Scale formed in the Manufacture of Sodium
1160
DOBREFF N Orthodibenzyldicarboxylic Acid
1161
CHAPPUIS J and C RIVIÈRE Vapourtension of Liquid Cyanogen
1162
FISCHER F Composition of Generator Gas and Water
1163
GAL H and E WERNER Heat of Neutralisation of Homologous
1164
GERSON G Derivatives of Pyruvic Acid
1165
BORCHERS W Galvanic Element
1166
HANTZSCH A Constitution of Quinonederivatives
1167
HEYER C Strontia Dihydrate
1168
MAYER F Reduction of Trinitroycumene
1169
KAHLBAUM G W A Temperature Regulator
1170
BERTHELOT Thermochemistry of Reactions between Magnesia Salts
1171
Krüss G Atomic Weight of Gold
1172
Waltha V Minerals of the Serpentinechlorite Group
1173
LIUPRICHT H Sulphazides
1174
MACNAIR
1175
BOISBAUDRAN L DE Red Fluorescence of Alumina
1176
LINDET L Action of Alcohols on Aurophosphorous Chloride
1177
Grocco P Creatinine in Urine
1178
BERGREEN H Carbon Thiodichloride
1179
BERG A Chromiodates
1180
LE CHATELIER H Constitution of Clays
1181
WisliceNUS W Synthesis of Ethyl Salts of Ketonic Acids
1182
REMSEN I and H W HILLYER Methods for Determining the Relative
1183
ROOZEBOOM H W B Thermal Study of Hydrobromic Acid Solutions
1184
SALZER T Detection of Thiosulphate in Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
1185
PFEFFER W Absorption of Aniline Colours by Living Cells
1186
STOHMANN F P Rodarz and H HERZBERG Heats of Combustion
1187
SUNDELL F Spectrum Analysis
1188
URECH F Influence of Temperature on the Rate of Inversion of Cane
1189
WEIBOLL M Crystallised Compounds of Zirconium
1190
Genking G Octyl Mono Di and Trichloracetates
1191
HÖRNIG M and S SCHUBERT Carbohydrates
1192
DOTT D B Acid Morphine Acetate
1193
CHANCEL G and F PARMENTIER Variation of Solubility with Variation
1194
530
1195
Drxox 11 B Preservation of Gases over Mercury
1196
760
1197
341
1198
FISCHER É and P WAGNER Rosindoles
1200
627
1202
6 Dimethylpyridine Platinochloride
1203
342
1204
648
1205
772
1206
KELBE W and N v CZARNOMSKI Action of Bromine and Water
1207
Krüss G and H SOLEREDER Reduction of Inorganic Sulphosalts
1208
tives
1209
211
1211
629
1212
774
1213
LADENBURG A TheCinnamene of the Pyridine Series
1214
313
1218
761
1219
95
1220
630
1221
679
1222
FISCHER E Synthesis of Indolederivatives
1223
100
1226
935
1228
231
1229
502
1230
37
1231
122
1232
965
1233
110
1235
ANSCHŪTZ R Aluminium Chloride Reaction
1236
385
1237
315
1239
737
1241
683
1242
764
1243
WADDELL J Atomic Weight of Tungsten
1244
632
1245
508
1246
968
1248
237
1249
778
1250
1130
1252
535
1253
766
1254
105

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Page 119 - Widmanstattian figures and Neumann lines can be exhibited in every degree with no break where a natural line of division can be drawn. The features of the Widmanstattian figures are due to the elimination of incompatible material during the process of crystallisation. The results of this investigation confirm the theory that the process of crystallisation must have been very slow. The most probable theory of the origin of meteorites seems to be, that these masses were thrown off from a sun among...
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Page 119 - That these masses show cleavages parallel to the planes of all the three fundamental forms of the isometric or regular system, namely, the octahedron, the cube, and the dodecahedron.
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Page 615 - ... on the other hand, that certain micro-organisms seem to act as reducing agents, reconverting the nitrates into ammonia, and even the same organisms, according to the conditions, may have either an oxidizing or a reducing function. In the first phase, when the nutritive matter is readily oxidizable and assimilated, the micro-organisms thrive at its expense, the process of nitrification being materially assisted by atmospheric oxygen ; in the second phase, on the other hand, the necessary oxygen...
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