Nature, Vol. 55: A Weekly Journal of Science; November, 1896 to April, 1897 (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from Nature, Vol. 55: A Weekly Journal of Science; November, 1896 to April, 1897 Renwick, 502; Synthesis of Citric acid, w.
T. Laurence, 502; Electric Absorption of Nitrogen by Carbon Compounds, M. Berthelot, 503; High Temperature Action on Antimony Peroxide, H. About Nature, Vol. 55: A Weekly Journal of Science; November, 1896 to April, 1897 (Classic Reprint) Baubigny, 504; Anethol Derivatives, G.
Darzens, 504; Vorlesungen tiber Bildung und Spaltung von Doppelsalzen, Prof. H. Van t Ho, 507; the Additional Colouring Matter of Farm aerial/05m, Clarence Waterer, 508 the Pasteur Memorial Lecture of the Chemical Society, Prof. Percy Frankland, 518; the Atomic Weights of Carbon, A. Scott, 526; New Series of Mixed Sulphate of Vitriol Group, A. Scott, 526; Synthesis of Camphoronic Acid, W. H. Perkin, jun., and J.
F. Thorpe, 526; Velocity of Urea Formation in Aqueous Alcohol, Walker and S. A. Kay, 526; Action of Alkyl Haloids on Aldoximes and Ketoximes, W. R. Dunstan and E. Goulding, 526 Latent Heats of Evaporation and Law of Van der Waals, George Darzens, 527; Action of Nickel on Ethylene, Paul Sabatier and J.
B. Senderens, 527 the Monazite Sands, G. Urbain and E. Budischovsky, 527; a Reaction of Carbon Monoxide, A. Mermet, 527; Isolauronolic Acid, G. Blane, 527; Decrease of Vapour-tension determined by Magnitude of Molecules of Solvent, Prof. Van der Waals, 527; First Stage Inorganic Chemistry, G. H. Bailey, 532 Detection of Potassium Compounds by Flame Test, S. G. Newth, 543; Reaction of Ferric Chloride, Potassium Chlorate, and Hydro chloric Acid, Messrs.
Noyes and Wason, 543; Fatty Material in Abydos Tombs, C. Friedel, 551 Transformation of Diamond into Graphite in Crookes Tube, Henri Moissan, 551 Chlorobromides of Tin, A. Besson, 551 the Combina tion of Sulphur and Hydrogen, H. Pelabon, 551; Action of Bromine and Hydrobromic Acid on Ethyl Acetate, Boleslas Epstein, 551 Native Iron Carbonate, L.
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