Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume 23

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American Chemical Society, 1901 - Chemistry
Issues for 1898-1901 include Review of American chemical research, v. 4-7; 1879-1937, the society's Proceedings.
 

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Contents

REVIEW OF AMERICAN CHEMICAL RESEARCH 124
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Eighth Annual Report of the Comittee on Atomic Weights
90
The Determination of Phosphates in Potable Waters By A
96
Experiments on Chalcopyrite By Leonard P Morgan and Edgar
107
EASTON PA
118
Studies on Solutions of Stannous Salts II The Oxidation of Solu
119
Determination of Sulphur in Wrought Iron and Steel By George
147
A Comparison between the Bromine and Iodine Absorption Figures
156
Ou Heptane from Coniferous Trees By W C Blasdale
162
The Quantitative Estimation of Hydrogen Sulphide in Illuminating
173
Power Laboratory Ore Grinder Loss of Sulphur in Prepar
198
Power Laboratory Ore Grinder Loss of Sulphur in Preparing
200
THE CHEMICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY
202
pipe Assays By Joseph W Richards
203
Notes on Some Blowpipe Tests By Joseph W Richards
213
A Correction By Henry L Wheeler
223
The Complete Analysis of Feeding Materials By C A Browne Jr
229
Catalysis in Concentrated Solutions By J M Crafts
236
FEBRUARY 1901
249
Compounds of Methyl Sulphide with Halides of Metals By Francis
250
A New Method for the Estimation of Soluble Nitrocellulose in Gun
258
Composition of Texas Petroleum By Charles F Mabery
264
EDWARD HART Editor W F HILLEBRAND J H LONG
282
On the Action of Alkyl Thiocyanates and Alkyl Isothiocyanates with
283
An Improved Method for the Rapid Estimation of Sugar in Beets
299
CONTENTS
310
The Rate of Nitrification of Some Fertilizers By W A Withers
318
An Electrically Heated and Electrically Controlled Thermostat
327
An Apparatus for Determining Fat By H J Wheeler and B L
338
Method for Preparing Strictly TenthNormal FifthNormal etc
343
The Composition of Jellies and Jams By L M Tolman L S Mun
347
On the Determination of Hydrogen in Gas Mixtures By Francis
354
Books Received
361
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
362
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390
Synthesis of Derivatives of Dimethylcyclopentanone BBDimethyl
392
The Conditiou Prospects and Future Educational Demands of
396
A New Indicator for Use in Determining Total Acidity of Wines
402
Notes on the Paper by Hiltner and Thatcher
432
Books Received
439
Experiments on Chalcopyrite By Leonard P Morgan and Edgar
442
On Trivalent Carbon By M Gomberg
496
The Atomic Weight of Antimony By G Clauseu Friend and Edgar
502
Contributions to the Kuowledge of Reversible Reactions By
508
Atoms and Energies Quantitative Chemical Analysis
517
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
526
Researches on Nitrocellulose By G Lunge
527
The Electrolytic Separation of Mercury froni Copper By C Roscoe
579
Notes on the Analysis of Explosives By F W Smith
585
An Automatic FilterWasher By J M Pickel
589
Preparation of 2 5Dimethylbenzaldehyde the Establishment of
594
The Electrolytic Method Applied to Uranium By Lily Gavit Kol
607
Entered at the PostofŮce Easton Pa as Secondclass Matter
609
Books Received
610
On the Estimation of Urea in Urine By J H Long
632
On the Determination of Formaldehyde By A G Craig
638
The Indirect Weigling of Quantitative Precipitates A apid
644
The Electrolytic Determination of Molybdenum By Lily Gavit
669
The Determination of Sulphur in Iron and Steel By William
675
A Modification of the Sulphuric Acid Test for Formaldehyde
682
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
684
Methods of Standardizing Acid Solutions By Cyril G Hopkins
727
Some Experiments with the Mononitroorthophthalic Acids
740
On the Existence of a New Element Associated with Thorium
761
Books Received
774
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
774
On aOxybenzylidene Acetophenone By F J Pond H J York
789
On Positive and Negative Halogen Ions By Julius Stieglitz
796
Derivatives of Phenyl Ether II By Alfred N Cook
806
Optical Rotations of Certain Tartrates in Glycerol By J H Long
813
Ou the Decomposition of the Chlorides of Alkali Metals By C
820
The Reduction in an Alkaline Solution of 2 4 5Trimethylbenzala
829
The Precipitation of Colloids by Electrolytes By W R Whitney
842
Reply to Dr Ewells Notes on the Paper by Hiltner
863
DECEMBER
868
The Identification and Properties of a and BEucaine By Charles
885
Some Hydrochlorated Sulphates By Charles Baskerville
894
A Review of Some Recent Progress in Organic Chemistry
902
A Gravimetric Method for the Estimation of Hydrogen Dioxide
923
GrundzŁge der Siderologie Lehrbuch der anorgau
18
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