Journal of the Chemical Society, Volume 93, Part 1

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Chemical Society., 1908
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"Titles of chemical papers in British and foreign journals" included in Quarterly journal, v. 1-12.
 

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Meldrums Säure ist so sauer wie Essigsäure ist aber gar keine Carbonsäure sondern Malonsäureisopropylidenester.

Contents

Studies of Dynamic Isomerism
107
Studies of Dynamic Isomerism Part VII Note
119
The Effect on Heat on the Alkyl Iodides By ZElda
132
Derivatives of SPhenylphenazothionium
145
The Velocity of Reduction of the Oxides of Lead
154
The Formation and Reactions of IminoCompounds
165
Experiments on the Synthesis of 1Methylcyclohexyl
166
The Colour of Cupric Salts in Aqueous Solution
187
Organic Derivatives of Silicon Part IV The Sul
198
119
208
Studies in Fermentation Part II The Mechanism
217
Studies in the Camphane Series Part XXV Action
242
Aromatic
244
The Constitution of Umbellulone Part III
252
The Effect of Constitution on the Rotatory Power
295
The Preparation of lBenzoin By ALEX MCKENZIE
309
The Reducibility of Magnesium Oxide by Carbon
327
Constitution and Colour of Azocompounds Part II
333
The Influence of Foreign Substances on Transition
344
Malacone a Silicate of Zirconium By ALEXANDER
350
The Influence of Solvents on the Rotation
355
The Refractive Power of Diphenylhexatriene
372
The Temperatures of Spontaneous Crystallisation
384
Amphoteric Metallic Hydroxides Part I
411
252
422
The Formation of 4Pyrone Compounds from Acetylenic
431
Organic Derivatives of Silicon
439
260
453
Organic Derivatives of Silicon Part VI The Optic
457
The Metallic Picrates By OSWALD SILBERRAD Ph D
474
270
485
Brazilin and Hæmatoxylin Part VIII Synthesis
489
The Crystal Form of Halogen Derivatives of Open
517
The Residual Affinity of the Coumarins and Thio
524
Colour and Constitution of Azomethine Compounds
532
Some PhysicoChemical Properties of Mixtures of Pyridine
538
The Viscosity of Aqueous Pyridine Solutions By ALBERT
561
The Trithionates and Tetrathionates of the Alkali
569
Experiments on the Synthesis of the Terpenes Part
573
The Electrolytic Chlorination of the Salts of Organic
589
1836
592
A BLactonic Acid from Acetone and Malonic Acid
598
LVIA Study of the Diazoreaction in the Diphenyl Series
614
The Action of Mustard Oils on the Ethyl Esters
621
Syntheses with the Aid of Monochloromethyl Ether
622
1Di
629
The Affinity Constants of Bases as Determined by
652
Traces of a New Tingroup Element in Thorianite
666
The TriazoGroup Part II Azoimides of Propionic
669
333
671
A New Form of Pyknometer By WILLIAM ROBERT
679
350
680
280
684
The Relation between Unsaturation and Optical
700
The Existence in Aqueous Solutions of a Univalent
833
1859
836
Constitution of Hydroxyazocompounds Action
842
The Quantitative Conversion of Aromatic Hydr
852
Quantitative Separation of Thallium from Silver
858
By HERBERT EDWIN
867
The Molecular Complexity of Amides in Various
876
669
879
295
883
355
885
735
886
372
891
The Constituents of Olive Bark By FREDERICK
904
The Refraction and Dispersion of Triazocompounds
918
The Dissociation Constants of Triazoacetic
925
The Influence of Solvents on the Rotation
936
a Polymeride of Keten By FRANCES
946
A New General Method of Preparing Diazonium
958
The Chemical Action of Radium Emanation Part III
966
741
973
794
988
Molecular Volumes of the Nitrites of Silver Mercury
997
The Preparation of Conductivity Water By HAROLD
999
The Viscosity of Solutions By CHARLES EDWARD
1004
The Reaction of Diazonium Salts with Mono
1010
5dicarboxylate and its Deriv
1022
The Melting Points of the Anilides pToluidides
1033
The Polarimetric Study of Intramolecular Rearrange
1041
891
1044
798
1046
Contributions to the Chemistry of the Amidines Part
1052
1871
1058
629
1059
JACKSON POPE
1075
The Synthesis and Constitution of Certain Pyranol Salts
1085
Brazilin Hæmatoxylin and their Derivatives Part IX
1115
The Interaction of Copper and Nitric Acid in Presence
1162
Condensation Products from Aminopinenedicarboxylic
1171
428
1174
Aromatic Arsonic and Arsinic Acids By FRANK
1180
The Electrolytic Oxidation of Some Hydroxybenzoic
1186
The Thermal Decomposition of Hydrocarbons Part I
1197
The Direct Union of Carbon and Hydrogen Synthesis
1203
950
1219
aMethylcamphor and Fenchone By WALTER HAMIS
1223
431
1228
Acids as Accelerators in the Acetylation of the Amino
1242
GLOVER
1285
Viscosity Determinations at High Temperatures
1299
The Formation of Polyiodides in Nitrobenzene Solu
1308
CXXVIThe Study of the Absorption Spectra of the Hydro
1319
1893
1326
Cholestenone
1328

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Page 780 - Now the most startling result of Faraday's law is perhaps this. If we accept the hypothesis that the elementary substances are composed of atoms, we cannot avoid concluding that electricity also, positive as well as negative, is divided into definite elementary portions, which behave like atoms of electricity.
Page 280 - Application was made to the Government Grant Committee of the Royal Society for a grant of £250 for the hire of a vessel.
Page 780 - The same definite quantity of either positive or negative electricity moves always with each univalent ion, or with every unit of affinity of a multivalent ion.
Page 780 - Electrons are atoms of the chemical element, electricity; they possess mass ; they form compounds with other elements ; they are known in the free state, that is, as molecules ; they serve as the ' bonds of union
Page 779 - ... begin to perceive that chemical reactions, even those that occur with explosive violence, are far from being the sudden events they seem to ordinary human apprehension. What is really occurring in nature is a protracted and eventful struggle between the members of two opposing armies, each individual of which has his own personal history during the struggle, and is fully occupied with his own acts, which are, perhaps, as many, as various, and as different from those of his neighbours as are the...
Page 780 - ... two imponderable substances, because we shall have to speak principally on relations of quantity. We shall try to imitate Faraday as well as we can by keeping carefully within the domain of phenomena, and, therefore, need not speculate about the real nature of that which we call a quantity of positive or negative electricity.
Page 456 - The expenses of this research have been in part defrayed by a grant from the Government Grant Committee of the Royal Society, for which we desire to express our indebtedness.
Page 776 - A theory is a supposition which we hope to be true, a hypothesis is a supposition which we expect to be useful ; fictions belong to the realm of art ; if made to intrude elsewhere, they become either makebelieves or mistakes.
Page 275 - ... to this add about half its bulk of a warm saturated solution of cupric hydroxide in strong ammonia. Nitrogen is freely evolved during the addition, and the cupric is reduced to cuprous hydroxide, which remains dissolved in the ammoniacal liquid and does not undergo any immediate fuither reduction.
Page 918 - The filtrate from the basic lead acetate precipitate was deprived of lead, and concentrated under diminished pressure, when, on allowing it to stand for some time, it deposited a quantity (55 grams) of crystals.

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