The American Journal of Science and Arts

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S. Converse, 1877
 

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Astronomical Observations on the Atmosphere
89
Photographs of the Spectra of Venus and a Lyræ
95
Orbit of the planet Urda 167 by C H F PETERS
112
On the Chemical composition of the flesh of Hippoglos
123
Note on Microdiscus speciosus by Ś W Ford
141
Chemistry and Physics Purification of Hydrogen gas 146 Hypovapadic Oxide
148
Geology and Mineralogy Report on the Transportation route along the Wisconsin
155
Micro
163
Botany and Zoology Ulothrix zonata ARNOLD Dodel 163 De Copulatione
166
In Memoriam Fielding Bradford Meek
169
On some Points in connection with Vegetation
181
Apparatus for quantitative Fatextraction Composi
196
Meteoric Stone of Rochester Fulton Co Indiana
207
Certain features of the Valleys or Watercourses
215
Geology and Mineralogy Grandeury on the Carboniferous Flora 222 Memoirs
229
Botany and Zoology Dextrorse and Sinistrorse 236 Botanical Necrology
242
Miscellaneous Scientific Intelligence Narrative of the North Polar Expedition
245
On the Sensation of Color by C S PEIRCE
247
Revision of the genus Belemnocrinus by Chas
253
Thorpes and Bunsens methods for the Estimation
260
XXXbis New Embryonic Forms of Trilobites by S
265
The Winds of the Globe or the Laws of Atmos
273
On some Nitroderivatives of Diphenylamine
279
Note on Mineral Analysis Note upon some Flu
290
On a fibrous variety of Sepiolite from Utah
296
Geology and Mineralogy Age of the Crystalline Rocks of Wisconsin R IRVING
307
Flora Fossilis
321
Astronomy Elements of Borellys Comet A N SKINNER 323 Photographic
325
An account of the Discoveries in Vermont Geol
332
Notes on the History of Helianthus tuberosus
347
A new Investigation of one of the Laws of Friction
353
Examination of American Columbic Acid Minerals
359
On the Sensitiveness to Light of various Salts of Sil
369
On an association of Gold with Scheelite in Idaho
451
SCIENTIFIC INTELLIGENCE
461
Miscellaneous Scientific Intelligence National Academy of Sciences 481 Excre
482
NUMBER LXXXII
vii
Contributions to Meteorology being results derived Page
1
Germination of the genus Megarrhiza Torr by A Gray 21
21
DoubleStar Discoveries with the 184inch Chicago
31
On the relations of the Geology of Vermont to that
37
the Latent Photographic Image by M CAREY LEA 49
49
On the possibility of Transit Observation without Per
55
On Complex Inorganic Acids by Wolcott GIBBS 61
61
Geology and Mineralogy Volcanic Eruptions on Hawaii Rev Titus Coan 68
68
Botany and Zoology Development and Systematic Arrangement of the Pithopho
74
Miscellaneous Scientific Intelligence Notes on Assaying and AssaySchemes
87
NUMBER LXXXI
168
A new and ready method for the Estimation
178
Phenomena of Binocular Vision by J LECONTE
195
The relations of the Geology of Vermont to that
202
On the preparation of Cylinders of Zirconia for
208
occurrence of Garnet with the Trap of New Haven
215
Notice of a new genus of Annelids from the Lower
229
New Vertebrate Fossils by 0 C MARSH 249
249
On the relations of the Geology of Vermont
257
Address before the Department of Anthropology
265
Analyses of Cast Nickel and Experiments on
274
On the lodates of Cobalt and Nickel some Spe
280
Notes on the Analysis of Bituminous Coal
286
History of Cavern Exploration in Devonshire Eng
299
Chemistry and Physics Modification of Dumass Vapordensity method HABER
312
Botany and Zoology Morphology of the Dentary System in the Human Race
325
Miscellaneous Scientific Intelligence American Association for the Advancement
331
Physics The Radiometer COOKE 231
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