Journal of the Chemical Society, Band 56,Teil 1

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SCHWICKER A Sulphites and Thiosulphates
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FRANKLAND P F Action of Gases on the Development of Micro
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SABATIER P Heats of Dissolution and of Formation of Hydrated Metallic
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77
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729
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WEDARD E M Action of Heat on Tartaric Acid in Aqueous solution
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101
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300
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730
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ORNDORFF W R Decomposition of some Diazocompounds with Formic
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135
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861
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Carsse H Estimation of Sugar by Fehlings Solution
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197
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119
54
Chemistry of Vegetable Physiology and Agriculture
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335
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Analytical Chemistry
73
KLIMENKO E and G PEKATOROS Action of Hydrogen Chloride
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797
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NEWBURY S B Apparatus for Distillation in a Varuum
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ANDREWS T the late Properties of Matter in the Gaseous and Liquid
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551
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HALLER A Influence of Solvents on the Rotatory Power of Isocamphols 1206
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Paternò E Molecular Lowering of the Freezing Point of Benzene
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810
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BENEDIKT R and K HAZURA Composition of Solid Animal and Veget
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VIGNON L
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71
110
KONDAKOFF I Action of Chlorine on Isopropylethylene
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336
114
Emich F Amides of Carbonic Acid
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433
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BRÜCKE E v Van Deens Test for Blood and Vitalis Test for Pus 1040
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RIEGER J Glyoxalbutyline and Glyoxalisobutyline
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BUBCHARD O Oxidation of Hydrogen Iodide by Oxyacid
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Lossen w Structural Formulæ of Hydroxylamine and its Deriva
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SCHRAMM J Isomeric Changes on Synthesising Aromatic Compounds
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258
130
BISCALER A Condensation Products from Bases of the Paraseries with
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CLAUS A and A DBEHER Metacresol
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KOSTANECKI S V Nitrosoderivatives of Resoreinolazodyes
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288
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812
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GÜNTREK E Intramolecular Change of a and BBenzildioxime
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181
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189
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259
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364
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STORMANN F O Kleber and 1 LANGBEin Thermochemistry
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Van ROMBURGH P Nitroderivatives of Tetramethyldiamidodiphenyl
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Selenocyanogen
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344
163
Jenkins E H and others Maize as Dry Food and as Silage
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FILSINGER F Estimation of Glycerol in Crude Glycerol
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261
173
RACLIN J Action of Microorganisms on certain Colouring Matters
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WISLICENUS W and A KÖTZLE Action of Ethyl Propionate on Ethy
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SCHWABE P Constituents of the Bark of Rhamnus frangula
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DE VRIJ J C Potassium Chromate as a Reagent for the Purity
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697
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HOLDE Qualitative Test for Resin oil in Vegetable and Mineral Oils
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KUHARA M Specific Volumes of Camphor and Borneol
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KLINGER H and A MAASSEN Sulphines and the Valency of Sulphur 1135
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390
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WARDEN C J H Erythrorylon coca grown in India
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Haschek A Refractive Indices of Turbid Media
198
LIPP A Normal Acetopropyl Alcohol
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TSCHERNAY N Dilatation of Salt Solutions
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HODGKINSON W R and F K S LOWNDES Aetion of Incandescent
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DELACHARLONNY P M Presence of Sodium Sulphate in the Atmo
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965
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Dennstedt M and A Lenne 2 and 3Methylpyrrolines
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LAUTH C and G DUTAILLY Porcelain Glazes
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OTTO R and A Rössing Behaviour of Alkylhalogen Compounds towards
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453
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434
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LACHOWICZ B Action of Amines on Nitrogenous Organic Compounds
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RICCIARDI L Examination of the Rocks of the Vulsinian Volcanoes
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365
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63
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KEHRMANN F Întluence of the Presence of Halogens and Alkylgroups
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KETTELER E New Theory of Molecular Volume and Refraction
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787
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205
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366
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454
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ARRHENIUS 8 Rate of Change in the Inversion of Canesugar
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BALBIANO L Trimethylenephenylimine
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Tassinari G Dihydroxythiobenzenes
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WHITE J T Estimation of Tea Tannin
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WOLFF L
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345
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ELBS K and O HOERMANN Diphenolt richlorethane and Paradihydroxy
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LELLMANN E Estimation of the Coefficients of Affinity of Organic
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539
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Kunze E Nitroparadiphenols
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Lrck E Filicic Acid
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Aoid
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SKBAUP Z H Constitution of Cinchonaderivatives
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813
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457
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207
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BERTHELOT and PETIT Heat of Combustion of Carbon
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275
297
Mai 1 Elimination of Carbonic Anhydride by the aid of sodium
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Lévy A Composition of Rainwater
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Cross C F and E J Bevan Apparatus for Estimating the Amount
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1139
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MACADAM W I Fossil Resins from the Coal Measures
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CARNOT A Estimation of Chromium by Hydrogen Peroxide
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277
321
GATELLIER A and L LHOTE Gluten in Wheat
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895
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PosPÉCHOFF V Some Derivatives of Orthazotoluene
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SCHALL 0 Vapourdensity Estimation under Diminished Pressure
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WURSTER C Naphthylamine as a Reagent for Hydrogen Peroxide
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FRIEDEL C Mesocamphoric Acid
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Inorganic Chemistry
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393
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Biltz H Molecular Weight of Sulphur
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MASSOL Barium Malonates
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PADÉ L Detection and Estimation of Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
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ALLARY E Chlorine and Cyanogen
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RAMMELSBERG C Ammoniacal Mercury Compounds
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GABBA L New Reaction with Ferric Chloride
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925
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LELLMANN E Coniceīns
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PIUTTI A Synthesis of the Asparagines
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KNORR L Hydrolysis of Ethyl Diacetosuccinate Acetonylacetone
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WATSON G Dead Space in Chemical Reactions
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HOPPESEYLER F Autoxidation
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PALMER A W Pentamidotoluene
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869
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130
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65
401
BANDROWSKI E v Oxidation of Paraphenylenediamine and of Puramido
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LEOCKART R and H LAMPE Dibornylamine
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Brun E Cupric Oxybromide analogous to Atacamite
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BLADIN J A Amidoximes and Azóximes of the Triazole and Tetrazole
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SALOMON G Lactic Acid in the Blood
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MEYERHOFFER W Reversible Transformation of Copper Potassium
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WARBURG E and F TEGETMEIER Electrolytic Conductivity of Rock
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MÖRNER K A H Metabolism of Acetamide in the Human Body
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26
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OTTO R Discovery of the Normal Tricyanides
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WEIGERT L Influence exerted by Salicylic Acid on the Proportions
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WARREN H N Action of Silicon on Gold Silver Platinum
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650
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28
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878
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LEONARD N Blue Flame produced by Sodium Chloride in a Coal Fire
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882
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JOLY J Specific Heats of Gases at Constant Volume
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1031
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OELKERS L Oxamic Acid
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Joxes C Method of Rapid Evaporation for the Estimation of Silicon
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OSTWALD W Unit of Atomic Weight
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JARMAN J L Pyrolusite from Augusta Co Virginia
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845
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820
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Kingzert C T Estimation of Hydrogen Peroxide
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Lossen K A Palæopierite from Stoppenberg in the Harz
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109
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TIEMANN F Amidoxime of Oxalic Acid
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462
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LEUBE W Glycogen in Diabetic Urine
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BISCHOFF E Derivatives of Deosybenzoïn
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HIRSCHFELD F Proteïd Metabolism in
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BAMBERGER E Reduction of Quinolinederivatives
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BISCHOFF C A Hydrogenated Paradiazines of the Aromatic Series 1010
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45
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PINNER A Benzaldehyde
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SEITZ F BNaphthaquinaldine
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194
528
47
529
MACJONN C A Pigments of the Urine
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GIRARD C and L LHote Aniline Chlorate and Perchlorate
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CHITTENDEN R H and C Norris Relative Absorption of Nickel
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CURTIUS T Substitution of the Azogroup for Ketonic Oxygen
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977
540
464
553
931
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378
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UDRÁNSZKY L v Formation of Glycerol in Alcoholic Fermentation 1027
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Forllon H B v Meteorites of Shalka and Manbboom
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Hell C and C HÄGKLE The Hydrocarbon C6H122
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653
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CASTELAZ J Manganese Oxalate
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174
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701
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NIETZKI R and E Müller Symmetrical Tetramidobenzene
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219
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Orth
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703
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530
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162
623
10
629
52
631
599
631
JOLLES O a and BNaphthylglycines and i heir Derivatives
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183
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Mineral
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Beckmann E Isomerism of Oximidocompounds
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AUWERS K and V MEYER Two Isomeric Benzilemonoximes
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631
12
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LADRIÈRE J Phosphatic Minerals at Montay and Forest
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PALLADIN W Carbohydrates as Oxidation products of Vegetable
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ZECHNISSEN H Conversion of Starch in the Human Stomach
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83
632
983
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884
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BAELDE A and H LAVRAND Biliary Acids in Urine during Jaundice
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trose
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DROWN T M Loss on Ignition in Water Analysis
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TRAUBE J Examination of Spirituous Liquids
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90
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319
659
ties of Compounds
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Berthelot and P Petir Hent of Formation of Antimony Hydride
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886
673
JAWEIN L and A THILLOT Molecular Weight of some Metaphosphates
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163
677
DILLER J S Peridotite of Elliot Co Kentucky
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184
684
283
685
749
687
SCHARIZER R Tourmaline of Schüttenhöfen
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251
691
rature
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JOHNSON K R Some Phosphates of Polyvalent Metals
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of Benzoic Acid
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300
697
359
699
165
702
STILLIOT H and H RAYNAUD Manufacture of Iodoform
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WACKER Action of Nitrosobases on Phenyl
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380
708
177
711
166
713
WINKLER C Chlorine from Bleaching Powder
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932
720
322
721
Gorgeu A Formation of Manganese Oxides in the Wet
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178
729
Boas Free Hydrochloric Acid in Gastric Juice
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Alcohols
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Becke F Crystalline Form of Grapesugar and of Optically Active Sub
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Seite 462 - B with the sound velocity where y is the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume, and p is the gas pressure.
Seite 55 - Injected into the blood, sodium salt proves fatal, causing cramp and paralysis of the respiratory organs and brain. On the other hand, it may be imbibed into the stomach without injury to the extent of 500 times the quantity which proves fatal when injected into the blood.
Seite 305 - A more delicate test for excess of the dichromate is, however, Wurster's tetramethylparaphenylenediamine paper. Potassium dichromate in an acetic acid solution acts in the same way as ozone, to test for which the paper was originally used ; it turns it blue. The titration is carried out as follows : — The solution of barium chloride is placed in a beaker, and a quarter of its volume of alcohol added, then a few cc. of a 10 per cent, solution of sodium carbonate containing 10 per cent, of acetic...
Seite 631 - Eugling states that the calcium salts in milk are not precipitated by ammonium oxalate. The author finds that 85 per cent, of the calcium is precipitated ; at the same time there is a change in the appearance of the milk which indicates that the reactions which take place extend to the casein, probably with formation of an ammonium salt, Serum obtained by sodium chloride, and that obtained by alcohol, are both precipitated by ammonium oxalate, just like the serum produced by rennet. Eugling's negative...
Seite 325 - Five grams of the finely-powdered nux-vomica seeds is treated in an extraction apparatus with 40 cc of a mixture of three parts of chloroform and one part of alcohol for two to three hours. The extract is agitated with 25 cc of 10 per cent, sulphuric acid, and again with 15 cc of the same acid, the acid solution is separated from the chloroform in a separating funnel, and made alkaline with ammonia, after which the free alkaloid is shaken with 25 cc of chloroform. The chloroform solution is evaporated...
Seite 87 - He finds that the chromate process gives very varying results, but on the average gives the highest yield of cinchonidine, especially with the purer samples. The oxalate test gives the lowest numbers, but they are more concordant than those of the chromate process. The composition of the bye-product is, however, variable. The bisulphate test gives results varying considerably. The alkaloids in the ethereal solution ought to be submitted to the process a second and even a third time, but even with...
Seite 305 - In this method, potassium dichromate is added to the barium solution, by which means a precipitate insoluble in water and acetic acid is formed; the indicator of the end of the reaction is the yellow colour which the smallest excess of the dichromate gives to the liquid which Heats over the precipitate.
Seite 170 - ... at 45°. The residue is acidified, heated for a moment at 100°, and extracted with alcohol at 85°. The latter dissolves the acid, which separates as a viscid, colourless substance on cooling or on adding water. The crude product is dissolved in potash, neutralized with nitric acid, and lead acetate added so long as the precipitate is not discoloured. The lead precipitate is washed with water, decomposed by hydrogen sulphide, and the solution filtered whilst hot. The lead sulphide is washed...
Seite 55 - The sodium salt acts as a very severe caustic on the tongue and throat, and the smallest particles coming in contact with the nose or throat cause violent sneezing and coughing. Brought on to the eye, it causes severe pain, flow of tears, and swelling of the lids. Injected into the blood, sodium salt proves fatal, causing cramp and paralysis of the respiratory organs and brain.
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