Journal of the Chemical Society, Volume 103,Partie 1

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Chemical Society., 1913
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The Constitution of the orthoDiazoimines Part II
71
Coordination Compounds of Vanadium Part I
78
Chemical Reactivity and Absorption Part II
91
The Constitution of Cytisine the Alkaloid of Cytisus
97
The Synthesis of Some New Dimethyltetrahydroquinolines
104
Optically Active Glycols Derived from the Phenyllactic
112
Dibenzyl and Diphenylsilicols and silicones
119
The Relation between Viscosity and Chemical Constitu
127
An Attempt to Harmonise Qualitatively the Relation
145
CCTV The Solubilities of Alkali Haloids in Methyl Ethyl
146
Quinoneammonium Derivatives Part II Nitro
177
The Action of Nitrogen Iodide on Methyl Ketones
181
The Constituents of the Rhizome and Roots
191
Quercetagetin By Arthur GEORGE PERKIN
209
The Chlorination of Iodophenols Part II
220
Isomerism of pAzophenol By Pallip Wilfred
230
The Action of Ammonia and Alkylamines on Reduc
238
Cobalt Nitrate
249
The Presence of Helium in the Gas from the Interior
264
The Chemistry of the Glutaconic Acids Part VII
276
The Solubility of Sulphanilic Acid and its Hydrates
284
The Alkaloids of Xanthoxylum brachyacanthum
290
The Precipitation of Lead Thiosulphate and
300
Ionisation and the Law of Mass Action Ву
307
Viscosity and Association Part IV The Viscosity
317
The Reaction between Ferric Salts and Thiosulphates
324
496
328
Hexabydropyrimidine and its Benzoyl Derivatives
330
The Interaction of Bromine and the Sulphides
340
Researches on the Constitution of Physostigmine
351
Synthetical Experiments in the Group of the iso
361
Contributions to Our Knowledge of Semicarbazones
377
628
390
The Identification of Ipuranol and Some Allied Com
399
The Absorption Spectra of Substances Containing
406
The Presence of Neon in Hydrogen after the Passage
419
The Double Platinic and Cupric Iodides of Substituted
426
The Absorption Spectra of Simple Aliphatic Substances
433
The Nitrites of Thallium Lithium caesium
440
A Novel Method for Resolving Externally Compensated
444
The Mode of Combustion of Carbon By Thomas FRED
461
Existence of Racemic Compounds in the Liquid State
489
The Interaction of Chlorine and Hydrogen The Influence
496
Quinonoid Salts of Nitroanilines By ARTHUR GEORGE
508
The Latent Heats of Chloroform and Benzene and
517
The Relation Between the Absorption Spectra of Acids
528
The Action of Chlorine on Thymol and on mCresol
536
The Constituents of the Oil of Cydnus indicus
548
Partially Methylated Glucoses Part I Monomethyl
564
ByDimethyl
575
Studies in the Diphenyl Series Part IV
586
The Influence of the Constitution of Tertiary Bases
594
Studies in Substituted Quaternary Azonium Com
604
The Formation of Cyclic Compounds from Deriv
613
The Isomerism of the Oximes Part I The
623
The Vapour Pressures of the Lower Alcohols and their
628
The Influence of Colloids and Fine Suspensions on
636
New Iron Bacterium By ERNEST MOORE
645
The Methylation of Quercetin By ARTHUR
650
The Catalytic Activity of Acids Evaluation of
776
Some Double Salts with Acetone of Crystallisation
781
Notes on the Determination of the Electrical Con
786
The Reaction between Ferric Salts and Thiocyanates
795
Nonaromatic Diazopium Salts Part I Anti
808
The Constitution of the Anhydrobases derived
817
Optical Activity and Enantiomorphism of Molecular
837
The Preparation of Pure Bromine By ALEXANDER
847
Constitution of Aliphatic Diazocompounds
861
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863
The Conversion of Sodium Hydrosulphide into
871
The CarbinolAmmonium Base Isomerism in Connexion
885
Contributions to the Chemistry of the Terpenes Part
896
The Constitution of Oxadiazole Oxides Furazan Oxides
897
Studies of Dynamic Isomerism Part XIV Suc
913
517
919
Quinonoid Addition as the Mechanism of Dyestuff XCV
925
Influence of Increase of Initial Temperature on
934
Allylamine Derivatives By Wilhelm Gluud Ph D
940
Experiments on the Synthesis of apo Morphine
947
A Criticism of Some Recent Viscosity Investigations
959
Reactions of Halogensubstituted Acids Effect of Alkalis
965
532
966
Cyanogen Bromide and Cyanogen By AUGUSTUS EDWARD
974
Derivatives of oXylene Part III The Presence of
982
Derivatives of oXylene
983
Derivatives of oXylene Part IV Synthesis of
989
Carbamido and Other Derivatives of aßDipropylamino
998
The Estimation of Zinc as Zinc Ammonium Phosphate
1004
Mechanism of the Transformation of Ammonium
1010
The Synthetical Preparation of the dGlucosides
1022
Oxidation of Sphingosine and the Isolation and Purifica
1029
Synthesis of Unsymmetrical Derivatives of Deoxybenzoin
1035
The Spontaneous Crystallisation of Solutions of Potas
1043
The Chemical Nature of Some Radioactive Disintegra
1052
The Rotatory Dispersive Power of Organic Compounds
1062
The Absorption Spectra of Various Derivatives
1072
Perezone By FREDERICK GEORGE PERCY REMFRY
1076
The Absorption Spectra of Various Derivatives
1088
Viscosity Maxima and Their Interpretation
1108
Preparation of Secondary Amines from Carboxylic
1119
The Reduction of Mercuric Chloride by Sodium
1125
VANT HOFF MEMORIAL LECTURE By JAMES WALKER D Sc
1127
Derivatives of oXylene By John LIONEL SIMONSEN
1144
The Viscosity of Cellulose Nitrate Solutions
1151
The Relative Activities of Certain Organic Iodocom
1154
564
1167
Rate of Evolution of Gases from Supersaturated
1170
Polybromides in Nitrobenzene Solution By ALFRED
1189
The Relation between the Absorption Spectra
1193
Solubilities of Salts of Ammonium Bases in Water
1202
the Effect
1210
The Estimation of Nitrites by means of Thiocarb
1221
Sylvestrene The Constitution of dSylvestrene
1228
Cantharene and Other Hydrocarbons Allied
1242
The Synthesis of oAldehydophenylglycine By Wil
1251
The Purification of Acetone by means of Sodium
1255
The Absorption Spectra of Some Thioderivatives
1263

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