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of, 174

action of nitrous Alcoholometric method by the | Analyses, mineral, 141

Antimony, electro-chemical de.
acid upon, 163
distillation of alkalinised of manganese ore, 50

posits, 227
carbimide, action of a-dinitro. spirituous liquids, 51

of superphosphates, 221

from stibnite, by nascent hydro-
chloro-benzol upon, 270

Alcohols, chemical constitution of Analysis and synthesis by the gen, evolution of, 147
Acetic and alcoholic fermentation the, 120, 129

blowpipe, 177

Apparatus, country laboratory
of fruits, leaves, and flowers Aldehyds and ketones present in blowpipe, notes on, 27

of certain plants, 142

wood spirit, 271
of butter, 254

for determination of hydrogen
chloride and compound
of thermic formation of the two of coal and peat, 233

chloral, 206

isomeric, 133

of colours fixed upon tissues, 'Appendix Tables to W. Ditt-
Acid, boric, and alkaline borates, Aldol, isomeric modification of, 83 use of hydrosulphite of soda mar's Qualitative Chemical
action of upon plants, 206 Alessandri, L., and C. Conti, de- as a reagent in the, 154

Analysis” (review), 68
carbonic, contained in waters, tecting adulteration of iodide of electrolytic aniline-black, Aquarium, project of a great, 256
I 20
of lead, 154

Armstrong, H. E., thymoquinon,
chromic, with hydric peroxide, Alexejeff, W., mutual solution of of Henwoodite, 156, 172
reaction of, 19

liquids, 284
of iron deposit, 198

Aromatic bases, phthalein of
formic, volumetric determina- Alizarın, anthraflavon, and an ac- of manganese ore, 30

tertiary, 270
tion of, 32

cessory product of the manu.

of peroxide of manganese, 8 carbides into formenic car.
hydrosulphurous, and persul. facture of artificial, 21

of raw sugars, commercial, 40 bides, transformation of, 184
phide of hydrogen, decoloura. artificial, and extract of madder, of water of River Houghly, 84 Aronheim, B., use of molybdenum
tion of indigo by, 250
distinctive reaction between of Weissenburg water, 73

pentachloride for the produc-
thermic researches in, 133

reds of, 184

"Analysis, water” (review), 204 tion of organic chlorides, 271
para-xylenic, 270

dyeing with, 184
Analyst for Cheshire, 174

synthesis of tolyl-butylen, 271
pyro-tartaric, normal oxy-pyro- nitro, 40

for Warwick, 184

Arragonite observed on the sur.
tartaric acid, and the isomery Alkali from seaweed, 201

"Analysts' Annual Note-Book" face of a meteorite, 32
of the pyro-citric acids, 284.
Alkailne bicarbonates, decompo. (review), 38

on the surface of a meteoric
selenious, actior of hydracids sition of under influence of Analytical query, 164

iron, 87
upon, 51

heat and of a vacuum, 83 Andersen, M., barwood, 222 Arsenic and copper, separation
sulphuric, action of upon hy- borates and boric acid, action of Andrews, T., inaugural address
drobenzoin and iso-hydroben- on plants, 205

as President of British Asso- and mercuric cyanide, 167
zoin, 270
sulphates, method of titrating, ciation, 97

chromium compound, 220
sulphurous, generating for use 272

Aniline-black, 174

detection of in wines artificially
as a disinfectant, 245
sulphides in dressing hides, 52 dyeing, 251

coloured, 71
and soluble sulphates, deter- sulpho-carbonates, 94.

electrolytic, 21

Arsenic in Vapour of Bone-
mination of by deans of Alkalinised spirituous liquids, al- formation of, 184

Manure" (review), 68, 81, 132,
standard solutions, 9
coholometric method by the in America, use of, 196

fuming, 154

distillation of, 51

vanadium in manufacture of.92 Arseno and phospho-cyanogen,
representation of the manu- Alkaloid found in damaged Indian Aniline introduced into the blood

iacture of, 270

corn and mouldy maize bread, and stomach, researches on Arsine and mercuric cyanide, 167
sulphurous, as a disinfectant, 144

the action of 32

Asparagin in sweet almonds, 238
Alkaloids of the aconites, 222 new reaction of, 72

Aspirator, improved form of, 141,
tartrate, estimation of potas- Allantoin, synthesis of, 51

phenol, naphthylamin, and an.

sium as, 231, 242, 249
Allard, M., dyeing aniline-blacks.

thraquinon, the electrolysis Assay of Cinchona bark, Herbe-
Acids, citric and aconitic, 270

of the derivatives of, 118

lin's method of expeditious,
Ackroyd, W., metachromatism, or report on memoirs by, relating Animal charcoal, 174

colour change, 75,

to the transparence of flames organisms, action of turpentine | Astringent substances, new pro-
Aconites, the alkaloids of the, 222 and atmospheres, and the vi- and homologues of phenol, cess for titrating, 230
Actioometer, differential, 40
sibility of lighthouses with 270

Atacamite, note on, 254
Adams, J., "Presence of Arsenic flashing lights, 9

Animals and plants, equivalent | Atmosphere, metallic dust in the,
in Vapours of Bone Manure' Allen, A. H., analysis of manga- substitution of mineral mat- 93
(review), 68
nese ore, 30, 50

ters in, 134

Atmospheres and flames, trans-
Affinity, capillary, 205

of peroxide of manganese, 8 Annaheim, M., weight of an atom parence of and visibility of
African International Exhibition, Alloy, nickel and silver, 150.

of hydrogen, 284

lighthouses with flashing
Almonds, sweet, asparagin in, 238 "Annual Note-Book, Analysts'" lights, reports on memoirs by
Agriculture, Report of Depart. | Alumina, sulphate of, addition of (review), 38

Allard relating to, 9
ment of, 174
in treatment of sewage, 197 Anthracen in coal-tar 94

Atmospheric electricity, absorp.
'Agriculture, Report of for State Aluminium, electro-chemical de- new derivatives of, 145

tion of free nitrogen by the
of Georgia for 1875" (review),

poslts of, 227

new method for ascertaining, proximate principles of vege-
Alvergnjat (Frères), radiometers


tables under the influence of,
Air in mines, measuring, 25, 36 composed of laminæ of dif- new tests for, 279

Akerman, R., “Iron Manufacture ferent materials, 83, 92

production, 210, 236, 237

Atomic constitution of bodies, 8
in Sweden” (review), 259

Amalgamation of iron and other testing, 77, 136, 91, 201, 211, theory, note on, 217
Albumen, solution of damaged, metals, 35

227, 267

Atomicity as a principle of classi-
in pepsin, 184

American Chemical Society, 22 Anthrafavic and iso-anthraflavic fication, 46
Alcohol, amylic, of fermentation, Amidous derivatives of hydroxyl. acids, 173

reply to certain critical objec.
inactive, 144

amin, 153

Anthraflavon and an accessory tions by M. J. A. le Bel, 93
chemical test for, 137, 191

Ammon aldehyd, compounds de- product of manufacture of Atoms, isolated, real existence of
flame, action of palladium in

rived from, 144
artificial alizarin, 21

a matter formed of, 93
an, 269

Ammonia contained in waters, Anthrapurpurin and flavo-purpu- Atterberg, A., derivatives from
methyl, and dimethyl acetal, 271 disappearance of, 152

rin, 131

a-dinitro-naphthalin and B.
on the brain, action of, 158 upon chlor-acety! benzol, action Anthraquinor., ani ine phenol, dinitro naphthalin, 270
Alcoholic and acetic fermentation

of, 270

and naphthylamin, the elec- constitution of some naphthalin
of fruits, flowers, and leaves Amylic alcohol of fermentation, trolysis of the derivatives of, compounds, 270
of certain plants, 142
inactive, 144


Aurantia, 284





Jan, 5, 1877.

with, 153




Austen, P. T., dinitr)-para-di-, Bertrand, A., production of Bromine, silver oxide, and water, Champion, P., and H. Pellet, de-
brom-benzols, 88

electro-chemical deposits if oxidation-product of glycoge: termination of free niirigen
aluminium, 227

in organic substances, 205
Betulin, contributions to the his. Bronze, phosphor, and phosphide equivalent substitution of mine-
BÆYER; A.,, compounds of tory of, 164

of copser, applıcations of, 217 ral matters in animals and
phthalic acid with the phe. Beuttel and Claus, MM., action Bronzes, ancient, arsenic in, 41 plants, 134
nols, 206
of cyanide of potassium upon Brown, J. T., anthracen testing,

Charcoal, anunal, 174
Baird, S. F., “ Record of Science halogenated conpouncs, 218 136

Chemical arts, development of
and Industry for 1875" (re- Bicarbonate of soda at 100, dis Brugnatelli, T., and E. Zenoni, during the last ten years, 5,
view), 69
sociation of, 152

alkaloid found in damaged 13, 25, 33, 45, 55, 66, 78, 80,
" Balance of Wisdom, Book of Biederman:, R., gaulterylen, 215 Indian

and mouldy 118, 139, 149, 166, 180, 183, 197,
the," 59
oxy mercaptans, 218

maize bread, 144

215, 220, 233, 245
Balances, chemical, effect of flex-

Binary compounds by the electric Bruning, Meister, and Lucius, balances, eff et of flexibility on
ibility on the working of, 14 etilave, formation and de-

MM., method for ascertain. the working of, 14
Balbiani, L., inactive amylic al. composition of, 21, 93

ing anthracen, 167

decomposition as illustrated by
cohol of fermentation, 144 Binney, E. W., remarkable me- Brussels, Hygienic Congress at, water, 43
Ballmann, H., determination of

tcor, 247


lecture classes and laboratory
lithium by means of the spec- Bischof, G., corrosion of lead by Buhrig, H , y reparation, atomic instruction, 117
troscope, 94

New River Company's water, weight, and determination of phenomena produced by elec-
Barbadope, tripolite of, 108


cerium free from didymium, tricity of tension, 272
Bardy, C., and A. Riche, com-
Inns of Court pumps, 19


questions, 91
ILI. analysis ot

Bismu:h, certain new salts of, Buildings, protection of from Society, 1. 6,7
sugais, 40
lightning, 246

American, 22
Barley in oatineal, 191

compounds, 203

“Bulletin of the Bussey Ins:itn. German, 280
Barral, J. A., report of on M.
copper and calcium, detection tion" (review), 90

Newcastle, 256, 282
Gallard's pneumatic malling-

ut, 16
Butter, analisis of, 254

research fund, 1y6
process, 72

electro-chemical deposits of, Butylen-tolyl, synthesis of, 271 “Chemical Notes in Rhyme "
Baribi, A. G., movements pro- 227

Butylic glycol, new, 03

(review), 5
duced by light and heat, and Bizio, G., galatin, 144

"Chemical Students, Note-Book
on radiometer, 143
Black, analine, 174

and Lecture Notes for " (re-
Barth, L., ferrocyanide of tetra- dyeing, 251

CADMIUM,, electro-chemical

view), 259
methyl ammonium, 217
formation of, 184

deposits of, 227

Chemistry, new scholarship in at
Bartlett, H.C., and G. 0. Drewry, use of in America, 196

Calcium, copper, and bismuth, Owens College, 196
" Food and its Effects " (re- Blake, J, Roscoelte: a

detection of, 16

practical, in University of Vir.
view), 160

diuin mica, 46
quino-acetate of, 8

ginia, 147, 108, 179, 190
Barwood, 222
Blatzbecker, A., and T. Zinche, sulphate of, 256

schools of, 111
Bastian, H. C., influence of phy- benzyl-iso-phthalic acid, 270 Calcite and quartz, oxide of iron "Chemistry, Legal, Detection

sico-chemical forces on phe- Blowpije, analysis and syrthesis enclosed in, Mwyndy and Examination of Poisons
nomena of fermentation, 71 by the, 177

Mincs, 10

and Stains ” (review), 18
Baumann, E., synthesis of hydro- notes on, 27

Calculus in horses 151

"Chemistry, Practical, for le
gen-phenyl-sulphate and its D lines specira, flame examined Calderon, L., rotatory powers of Use of Medical Students'
homologues, 269
by, 212, 226, 237
cane-sugar, 110

(review), 89
and R. V. D. Velden, action of with spectroscope for mineral- Cameron, C. A., estimation of Chemists, organisation among,
the turpentines upon animal ogists, 191

colour in water, 77

39, 227, 238
organisms, 270

Bluod, action of anilinc intro- Camphols, isomerism of the ro- Chevreul, E., capillary afhnity,
and E. Herter, action of homo. duced into the, 32

tatory power in the, 92

logues of phenol upon animal Blunt, T. P., rose-colour ob erved Cane-sug-T, cellulosic fermenta- Chiappe, P., and O. Malesci, pre-
organisms, 270
in manufacture of chlorate of
tion of, 63

paring the iodides of potas-
Baxendell, M., protection of pocasti, 171

rotatory power of, 160

sium and sodium, and th:
buildings from lightning, 246 Batiinger, C., ultramarine, 163 “Cane-Sugar, Disease of" (re- bromide of potassium, 154
Becquerel, E, observations of Boillot, A, produciion of electric

view), 272

Chicory in coffee, new process for
spectrum below red ray by effluve, 03, 216

Carbimide and acetamide, action estimation of, 283
means of the effects of phos. Bolley, P. A., and

E. KoPP, ,

of a - dinitro - chlorobenzol Chilian milerals, examination of,
phorescence, 82
** Manual of Chemical Ana-
upon, 270

and MM. Jamin and Puiseux, lysis” (review), 171

Carlon, bisulphide of, purification Chittenden, R. H., oxidation pro-
report on memoirs by Allard, Bolton, H. C., " Book of the of, 184

duct of glycogen with bro.
relating to the transparence Balance of Wisdom," 59

compounds of found in meteor. mine, silver oxide, and water,
of flames and atmospheres
“ Bone Manure. Presence of Ar. stes, 32, 153

and the visibility of light-

on Vapours of (re- Carbonates, insoluble decomposi- Chlor-acetyl-benzol, action of
houses with flashing lights, 9 view), 68, 81, 132, 162

tion of by sulphuretted hy. ammonia on, 270
Bellamy, syphopment and Borates, alkaline, and boric acid, drogen, 51

Chloral, compound of, and acetic
migration of gases, 184

action of un plants, 205 Carbides, aromatic, trarsforma- chloride, 206
Bennett Bros., new tests for an- Boron, 206

tion of into formenic carbides, Chlorides, organic, use of molyb.
thracen, 279
Böttinger, C., action of zinc dust 184

denum pentachloride for ine
J., anthracen production, 237

on the chlorides of sulpho. Carnelley, T., high-melting- production of, 271
Benzhydroxamic ethylester, 41

para-bromo-benzoic acid, 271 points, with special reference Chlorine, manufacture of, 70
Benzin, constitutions of the deri. Bouilhet, H., and P. Christotle, to those of metallic salts, 281 reaction of under influ:nce of
vatives of, 142

inetallic nickel extracted from Carpot, A., certain new salts of porous carbon, 63
Benzol, action of sodium on, 24 the ones of New Caledonia,

bismuth, 119

substitution, study of, 11
Benzyl-iso- hthalıc acid, 270


process for the qualitative de- Chloro-benzol, a-dinitro, action of
Bernard, E., critique on glycæ Bouilhon, E., magenta in wine, tection and determination of upon acetamide and
mia, 109
potassa, 85, 216

bamide, 270
Berthelot, M., absorption of free Bouquet de la Grye, extraction of Capellini, G., and M. Sansoni, Chloroform, test for purity of, 191

hydrogen under i he influence vanillin from the sap of the magistery of sulphur, 154 Christofle, P., and H. Bouilhet,
of the electric eflluve, 93

pine, '14

Casamajor, P., amalgamation of metallic nickel extracted
of free nitrogen by organic | Bourgoin, E., atomicity as

iron and other metals, 35

from the ores of New Cale-
matters at ordinary temper- principle of classification, 46 estimation of potassium as acid donia, 50
atures, 9
note on atomic theory, 217

tartiate, 231, 242

Chromic acid with hydric per-
of free nitrogen by the proxi. reply to critical objections on Caspers, C., anthracen testing, oxide, reaction ot, 19
mate principles of vegeta- atomicity by J. A. Le Bell, 93

Chromium arsenic compound, 220
bles under the influence of Boussingauli, J., sacchusine mat- Cast-iron, copper in, 78

Church, A. H., colein, 256
atmospheric electricity, 205 ter contained in the petals of Capillary action and cohesion of dysodile, 155
chemical phenomena produced

flowers, 273

films of water, 223

" Chymistry" and force, 123
by electricity of tension, 272
Brain, action of alcohol on the, affinity, 205

Cinchona barks, Herbelin's mc-
formation and decomposition of 158

Cazeneuve, P., metallisation of thod for expeditious assay of,
binary compounds by the Lraithwaite, W. and J., " Retro-


organic bodies to render them
electric eluve, 21, 93

spect of Medicine" (review), fit to receive galvanic depo- | Cinchonic alkaloids, behaviour of
real existence of a matter

sits, 9

phenol with the, 153
formed of isolated atoms Brazilin, formula of, 271

Cech, C., trichloral cyanide, 284 Clarke, F. W., "Constants of
comparable to material Briggs, R., “ Ventilation of Hall and P. Schwebel, preparation

Nature" (review), 142
points, 8, 93

ot Representatives and South of dichleracetic acid from T., “Treatment of Ores" (re-
thermic formation of ozone, 93 Wing of Capitol or United chloral, 284

view), 50
formation of the two isomeric

States" (icview), 235

Cerium free from didymium, pre- Class and Beuttel, M.M., action
propvlic aldehyds, 133 Briosi, G., hesperidin, 72

paration, atomic weight, and of cyanide of potassium upon
researches on hydro-sulphurous British Association for the Ad- determination of, 94

halogenated compounds, 218
acid, 133
vancement of Science, 22, 97, Cevennes, mercury in, 40

Clay in water, suspension of, 142
transformation or aromatic car-


Chateau, T., historical and che. Cloéz, S., modifications of elæ0-
bides into formenic carbides,
Sewage Committee of, 136

mical survey of the manu margaric acid produced by
Pharmaceutical conference, 8+ facture of Turkey red, 196

light and heat, 272



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Jan. 5, 1877



Cloud, T. C., note on atacamite, De Almeida, G. O, and Guignet, Dott, D. B., note on Dr. Davy's | FAVE, M.;, probable conse,


E. A., meteoric iron rich in test for purity of chloroform, quences of the mechanical

Coal and peat, quantitative ana- nickel, 238


theory of heat, 172

iysis of, 233

De Boisbaudran, L., chemical Douliot, E., charge assumed by Feltz, ) and Ritter, É.,researches

gas of the Metropolis, 223

reaction of gailium, 183, 217 the disc of the electrophorus, on the action of aniline in.

proximate composition of, 145 new process for extraction of 8

troduced into the blood and

mines, fire-damp in, 110

gallium: 173

Dos nes, A. H., “How to Avoid th-tomach, 32

tar, anthracen in, 94

physical properties of gallium, Typhoid fever and Allied Fermentation, influence of

Cobalt and nickel, new method of 150

Diseases" (review), 181

physico-chemical forces on

separating, 255

Debray, H., and Deville, H. Ste. Drewry, G. O., and Bartlett, H. phenomena of, 71

Cockroach, phenomena diges- C, physical and chemical C., “Food and its Effects" Ferments, origin of organic, 9

tion in, 261

properties of ruthenium, 265 (review), 160

Ferricyaniile of potassium, action

Coffee, stu ly on, I !?

De Clermont, P., and Wehrlin, Dubois, M., Herbelin's method of halogens on, 217

Cohesion and capillary action of E., two new sulphuretted for expeditious assay of Ferrocyanide of tetramethyl

film of water, 223

ureas, 92

cinchona barks, 261

ammonium, 217

Cohne, S., formation of ozone De Fontenay, Moutchal, and De Ducretet, E., radiometer of Mr. Field, F., new Cornish mineral 147
by the contact ot plants with Ruolz, H., applications of Crookes, 50

the late David Forbes, 200

peroxide of hydrogen, 4

phosphide of copper and phos. Dulong and Petit, law of, 9, 21 Filters, action of on organic sub-

Colein, 256

phor-bronze, 217

Du Moncel, Th., electric trans- stances, 4, II, 2+

Coleman, J. J., chemical treat- De Fonvielle, W., differential missions through the soil, 142 Filtration, rapid, 57

ment of town excreta, 125

radiometer, 32, 51, 63

Dupré, A., Heisch, C., Prof. Ditt. Filsinger, F., borates of lithium

Colley, M. R., polarisation of intensity radiometers, 110

mar and the " Analyst," 172 184

electrodes, 284

De Girard, J., cause of the spon- the Chemical Society, 6

Fire damp in coal mines, ito

Collins, J. H., new mineral from tancous alteration of

Dura sier and Tréve, MM., dis-

limits within which it is pos-

Phoenix Mine, 10

hydrous hydro-cyanic acid, 92 tribution of magnetism on sible, 205

occurrence of pharmacosiderite, De Lalande, F., purpurin, 10

the surface of magnets, 217

Fires, coloured, used in pyro.

scorodite, and olivenite in De la Source, L. M., I ydrates of dynamo-magnetic phenome. techny, 139

greenstone at Terras Mine, 10 copper sulphate, 233

non, 227

Fischer, E., nydrazinic com-

Colour change, 75

De Luca, S., alcoholic and acetic etching action produced upon pounds of the fatty series, 218

estimation of in water, 77

fermentation of fruits, fowers, different metals by the acids, 0, action of nitrous acid on

Colouration, heat, 108, 132

and leaves of certain plants, 206

acetanilide, 163

Colouring matters in wines,


Durin, E., cellulosic fermentation phthaleins of tertiary aromatic

determination of the nature De Montgolfier, J., isomerism of of cane sugar, 63

bases, 270

of, 238

the rotatory power of the Dyeing abiline-blacks, 251

Flames, luminous theory of, 152,

new class of, 143

camphols, 92

Dynamite, experiments with


"Colourist, Textile" (review), 89 De Montholon, F., and Naudin, frozen, 22

and atmospheres, transparence

Combustion tubes, platinum, 67, L., decomposition of cyanide

manufacture of, 93

f, and the visibility of light-


of potassium, cyanide of zinc, Dysodile, 155, 195

houses with flashing lights, 9

Commaille, A.. study on coffee, 142 and sormiate of potassa in

Flavo-purpurin and anthro-pur.

Commercial oils, assay of, 154

carbonic acid, air, and pure

purin, 131

Compass with circular magnets, hydrogen, 92

Fletcher, 1., Dr. J. W. Hearder,


insoluble carbonates by sul-



FC.S., 30
“ Constants of Nature" (review). phuretted hydrogen, 51

actinometer, 40

Fleurens, U., crystallisation of


Denman, J. L.; " Wine and its Eiæomargaric acid, modifications

sugar, 6;

Cooking vessels, enamelled, 130 Counterfeits” (review), 90

of produced by light and Flight, W., Prof. Wöhler, 249
Copper and arsenic, separation of, Denayrouze, L., electric lamp heat, 272

Flowers, fruits, and leaves of


designed by P. Jabloschkoff, Electric effluve, formation and certain plants, alcoholic and

calcium, and bismuth, detection 217

decomposition of binary com- acetic fermentation of, 142

of, 16

De Parville, H., “Causeries pounds by, 21, 93

Fluid cavities, a further study of,

in cast-iron, 78

Scientifiques " (review), 69 formation of, 83, 216


metallic, action of fatty oils on, De Ruolz, H., Moutchal, and De lamp, 217

Fluosilicales, crystalline, of iron

176, 200, 213

Fontenay, applications of transmissions through the soil, and cobalt, 184

phosphide of and phosphor. phosphide of copper and phos-

Folsom, C. F., "Report of State

bronze, applications of, 217 phor-bronze, 217

"Electrical and Magnetic Mea- Board of Healih of Massa-

sulphate, hydrates of, 238 De St. Venant, J.,atomic constitu- surements, Exercises in, with chusetts " (review), 182
wire ropes, inconvenience of tion of bodies, 8

Answers” (review), 161 " Food and its Effects" (review).
for lightning conductors, 9 Deuchemin's compass with cir. Electricity of tension, chemical 160
Coquillion, J., determination of

cular magnets, 250

phenomena produced by, 272 Foque, M , mineralogical and ge •
hydrocarbons, no

Deville, H. Ste. C., and Debray, Eleétro-chemical deposits of logical researches the

limits within which the explo- II., physical and chemical aluminium, magnesium, cad- lavas of dykes of Thera, 238

sion of fire damp is possible, properties of ruthenium, 265 mium, bismuth, antimony, Forbes, D., the late, 260


Diamin phenylen, 256

and palladium, 227.

Force and a Chymistry," 123

Cornish mineral, 117

Dichloracetic acid, preparation of, Electrolysis of the derivatives of Fordos, M., detection of magenta
Cornwall, H. B., notes on blow- from chloral, 2-4

aniline, phenol, naphthyl-

in wines, 273
pipe analysis, 27

Dickinson, J., measuring air in amin, and anthraquinon, 113 Formenic ca:bides, transforma-
Couste, C., chloride of calcium mines, 25, 36

Electrolytic aniline-black, 21

tion of aromatic cai Bides in-
for watering roads, &c., 110 Didelot, J., detection of magenta | Electrophorus, charge assumed to, 184
and Alessandri, L., detecting in sophistication of wines, 152 by the di«c of the, 8

Formiate of potassa, decomposi-
adulteration of iodide of lead, Didymium, preparation, atomic Ellstone, W., separation of tion of in carbonic acid, air,
· weight, and determination of arsenic and copper, 174

and pure hydrogen, 92

Cremation, report on, 261

cerium, free from, 94

Eltoft, T., “Note Book and Lec- Formic acid, volumetric deter-

Crookes, w., experimental con- Dimethyl-acetal and methyl-

ture Notes for Chemical mination of, 32
tributions to the theory of the alcohol, 271

Students" (review), 259 Forster, R., dyeing with artificial

radiometer, 269, 275

Dinitro-chloro-benzol upon acet.

Emodin from the bark of the alizarin, 184

note on radiometer, 157

amide and carbamide, action Rhamnus frangula, 271 Fonvielle, M. de, the radiometer,

repulsion resulting from radia-

of a, 270

Enamelled cooking vessels, 130


tion, 23, 165, 175, 187, 209, 219, Dinitro-naphthalin (a and B), 270 Endosmotic lixiviation, manulac- Franck, A., action of water on

229, 241, 253, 263

Dinitro-para-dibrombenzols and facture of so a from seaweed glass, 271

"Cup and Platter ” (review), 160 their derivatives, 88

by, 30

Free nitrogen, absorption of by

Curie, J., and Millet, A., com- Diplato-nitrates and plato- | Eruptive rocks, origin of, vitreous organic matters at ordinary

pound of chloral and of acetic nitrates, 270

and crystal:ine, 200

temperatures, 9

chloride, 206

"Discursive Chemical Notes in Erythrogen and some of its com- Freezing machines with sulphur

Cyanide, mercuric, action of on Rhyme" (review), 5

pounds, 31

ous acid, 52

phosphine, 167

"Diseases, Typhoid fever and Estcourt, C., butter :nalysis, 254 Fremy, E., salts formed by the
and arsine, 167

Allied, How to Avoid " (re- Etching action produced upon peroxide of manganese, 8

Cyanogen, 67

vieW), 181

different metals by the acids, Friction, simple, of soit iron

Cisinfectant, sulphurous acid as 206

against cold steel to melt it. 46

Ethide, stannous, oxidised pro- Friedburg, L. H., purification of

DAVIES, R. P., dysodile, 195

Ditte, A., action of hydracids upon duct formed during reduction bisulphide of carbon, 184

selenious acid, 51, 72

of stannic ethide tu, 203 Fruits, leaves, and flowers of cer-

Davis, G. E., organisation among

tellurous acid, 92, 133

Ethyl-iso-propyl-ketone, 284.

tain plants, alcoholic and

chemists, 39

Dittmar, Prof., and the "Analyst," Eucalyptus globulus, sanitary a.ctic fermentation of, 142

pink liquors of chlorate of po- 130, 151, 162, 172, 183

effects of, 272

Furnde, decompusin', 42

tash manufacture, 183

proximate compositicn of coal- Excreta, town, chemical trcat- dubision

Jones and

Davy, E. W., chemical test for $13, 145

Inent of, 125

ant Walsh's, 27

alcohol, 137

D-lines spectra flame examined Exhibition, South African, 159 Furstenau, E., ultramarine, 196

Day, R. E.," Electrical Magnetic by the blowpipe, 212, 226, 237 Explosive Agents, Certain " (re-

Measurements, Exercises in, Dumezko, M., examination of view), 272

GAIFFE, A., note on the radio-

with Answers" (review), 161

Chilian minerals, 134 i Explosives, carriage of, 144

incter, S3






Jan. 5, 1877.

Galaten, 144

Halogens, action of upon ferrl. , Hooghly river, analysis of, 84 Jacquemin, E., detection of ma.

Gallium, chemical reaction o, cyanide of potassium, 217 Horses, calculus in, 151

genta in wines, 51

183, 217
Hampe, W., boron, 206

Human corpse, natural poisonous rhodein from an analytical
new process for extraction of, Hannay, J. B., calcium sulphate, nature of the, 144

point of view, 133


Humpidge, T. S. D., coal-gas of new reaction of aniline, 72
physical properties of, 150 effect of temperature upon the the Metropolis, 223

Jamin, Puiseux, and E.Becquerel,
Galvanic deposits, metallisation growth of potatoes, 155 Hunaus, P., citric acid and aconi- reports on memoirs by Allard
of organic bodies to render Hardman, E.T., country labora-

tic acid, 270

relating to the transparence
them fit for, 9

tory apparatus, 198

Hunyadi, Janos, “Natural Mine- of flames and atmospheres,
Garnier, J., nickel ore of New flame of chloride of sodium in ral Water" (review), 90

and the visibility of light-
Caledonia, or Garnierite, 40 a common fire, 90

Hurter, F., arsenic in vapours of houses with flashing lights, 9
Gaugain, J. M., influence of tem- Hart, E., volumetric estimation bone-manure, 81

Jean, F., determination of ni-

perature upon magnetisation, of iron, 65

Husson, C., detection and deter- trates, 41

Hartley, W. N., a further study mination of arsenic in wines method of titrating alkaline

Gauiterylen, 218

of fluid cavities, 281

artificially coloured, 71

sulphates, 272

Gautier, A., decomposition of al-

Hausmann, U., contributions to Hutchings, W.M., notes on mine- new process for titrating as-

kaline bicarbonates under the

history of betulin, 164

analyses, 141

tringent substances, 230

influence of heat and a va- Hayden, F. V., new work by, 228 Hydrazinic compounds of the Jeannel, J., influence of sonorous

cuum, 83

Hearder, Dr. J. W., F.C.S., 20, fatty series, 218

vibrations on the radiometer,

Gebe and Co., of Dresden, trade

30, 32

Hydracids, action of upon seleni- 133

report, 144

Heat and light, modifications of ous acid, 52, 72

Johnson, G. S., potassium tri-

Gelis, A., use of alkaline sul-

elxomargaric acid produced tellurous acid, 92, 133

iodide, 222

phides in dressing hides, 52 by, 272

Hydric peroxide, reaction of with Jones and Walsh's decomposing

Genih, F. A., American vanadium

oxygen, combustion of organic chromic acid, 19

furnace, discussion on, 27.

minerals, 78

matters under the double Hydrobenzoin and iso-hydroben- H. C., determination of lithium

Geological and mineralogical re- influence of, 9

zoin, action of dilute sulphuric by means of the spectroscope,

searches on lavas of dykes of colouration, 108, 132

acid upon, 270


Théra, 238

probable consequences of the Hydrocarbides, preparing con- Joubert, J., and M. Pasteur, fer-

"Geology and Physics, Elemen-

theory of, 172

densed, 174

mentation of urine, 150

tary" (review), 154

Heats of a gas, relation of the Hydrocarbons, determination of, "Journal of Iron and Steel Insti-

'Georgia, Report of Agriculture

two specific, 206


tute" (review), 22

for State of" (review), 170 Hedrick, B. S., requisite amount

Georgia, sheep husbandry in, 195

Hydrogen, apparatus for the de-

of simple friction of soft iron termination of, 163

Gerardin, M., treatment of sen.

against cold steel to melt it, evolution of antimony from

age, 284


stibnite by nascent, 147

Gerland, B. W., notes on vana-

KAINITE of Kalusz in Galicia.

Heighman, W., " Practical Por.

dium compounds, 2

free, absorption of under the in- 184

trait Photography" (review), Auence of the electric effluve, Keates, T. W., generating sul.

Girard, A., transformation of



phurous acid for use as a dis-




Hill, W. N., "Certain Explosive peroxide of, formation of ozone

infectant, 245

sugar during refining, 71

Agents" (review), 272

by the contact of plants with, Kern, S., coloured fires used in

Gladstone, J. 8., chemical de.
Heisch, C., and A Dupré, Prof. 420

pyrotechny, 139
composition as illustrated by

Dittmar and the "Analyst,” | Hydrogen, sulphuretted, precipi- presence of copper in cast-iron,

water, 43


tation of zinc by in presence 78

Glass, action of water on, 271 Henwoodite, 156, 172

of bisulphate of potassium, 94 quantitative analysis of coal

Globular thunderbolts, 92

Herbelin's method for expeditious weight of an atom of, 284

and peat, 233

Glucose, detection of, 154

assay of cinchona barks, 261 Hydrogen-phenyl-sulphate and Ketone, para-tolyl-phenyl-, deri.

Glycemia, critique on, 109 Herland, L., process for the manu. its homologues, synthesis of,

vatives of 270

observations on 109

facture of soda from seaweed 269

Ketones and aldehyds present in

Glycerin, derivatives of, 153

by endosmotic lixiviation, 31 Hydroxylamin, amidous deriva- wood-spirit, 271

Glycogen, oxidation-product of

Herman, W. D., platinum com- tives of, 153

Kimball, A. S., changes in the

with bromide, silver oxide, bustion tubes, 81

and water, 153

Hygienic congress at Brussels, 170 physical properties of steel

Herter, E., and E. Baumann,
Glycol, butylic, 63

Hygiene, industrial, prize in, 167 by tempering, 81
action of homologues of phe-

Kingzett, C. T., action of alcohol

Gold in pyrites, 94, 132, 152, 172 noi on animal organisms, 270

on the brain, 158

Goppelsræder, F., electrolysis of
ihe deriuatives of aniline, Hesehus, MN, application of ILES, M, W., detection of copo

formation of ozone by the con-
phenol, naphthylamin, and

pei, calcium, and bismuth, i6 tact of plants with peroxide

study of the spheroidal state, Indian corn and mouldy maize

of hydrogen, 20

anthraquinon, 118


bread, alkaloid found in, 144 limited oxidation of essential

elementary analysis of electro-

Hesperidin, 72

lytic aniline-black, 21

Indigo, decolouration of by hydro- oils, 127, 137,

Hesse, O., behaviour of phenol sulphurous acid and persul. Klippert, L., and T. Zincke, para-
Govi, M., cause of movements in

with the cinchonic alkaloids,

the radiometer, 40, 51

phide of hydrogen, 250

xylenic acid, 270


"Industry and Science, Record Kollmeyer, A. H., “Key to Mo-
Graham, A., effects by addition
Heumann, K., representation of of" (review), 69


cience" (review), 271

of sulphate of alumina in the

the manufacture of sulphuric Infusoria and nitrates, 33

treatment of sewage, 197

Kopp, E., and P. A. Bolley,

acid, 270

Inps of Court pumps, 19

"Manual of Chemical Analy.

Graz, communications from the

theory of luminous flames, 152,

University Laboratory of, 153

Insoluble carbonates, decomposi- sis" (review), 171


tion of by sulphuretted'hy- Krafft, L., fermentation of urine,

Griffin, W., new gas-botile, and

Hides, use of alkaline sulphides drogen, 51


arrangements of apparatus

in dressing, 52,

for applying sulphuretted hy; Hildebrand, E. c. H., rapid filtra-

Iodine as a reagent for starch, 72 Kræmer, G., and H. Troschke,

Iron and cobalt, crystalline fluo- methyl-alcohol and dimethyl-

drogen without smell and

tion, 57

silicates of, 184

acetal; aldehyds and ketones

avoiding its escape, 280 Hirn, G. A., maximum of the pos-

Greenstone at Terras Mine, oc-

other metals, amalgamation present in wood-spirit, 271

sible repulsive power of the

currence of pharmacosiderite,

of, 35

Kraut, R., derivatives of glycerin,

solar rays, 31
sc rodite, add olivenite in, 10

Steel Institute, 123

reply to by A. Ledieu, 83, 110

Grimaux, E., synthesis of allan-

deposit, analysis of, 198

Hodgkinson, W. R., and G. C.

toin, 51

preservation of from action of

Matthews, oxidised product

Guanin in the urine of swine, 206

salt, 174

LABORATORY apparatus,

formed during the reduction " Iron Manufacture in Sweden " country, 198

Guibourt, M., oil of wood, 85

of stannic ethide to stannous

Guigoet, E., and G. O. de Almei.

(review), 259

instruction, lectures and classes,

ethide, 203


ca, a meteoric iron rich in

Iron, meteoric, rich in nickel, 238

and H.'c. Sorby, pigmentum

nickel, 238

oxide of, enclosed in calcite and of Graz University, communi-

nigrum, 203

and A. Tel:ier, chemical com-

cations from, 153

phospho- and arseno-cyanogen,

quartz at the Mwyndy Mines,

Lamaltina, L., detection of wines

position of the water of Bay


of Rio de Janeiro, 238

volumetric estimation of, 65 artificially coloured, 152

Hofmann, A. W., development of
Guillemaire, A., lighting by

Iso-anthraflavic and anthraflavic | Laudrin, E., pepper and its adul-

the chemical arts during the

means of products from re-

acids, 173

terations, 154

last ten years, 5,13, 25, 33, 45,

sinous trees, 163

Iso-hydrobenzoin and hydroben. Laurent, M., saccharimeter or

55, 66, 78, 86, 118, 139, 149,

Gundelach, C., derivatives of

zoin, action of dilute sul- polarimeter, 284

166, 180, 188, 197, 215, 220, 233,

isoxylene, 40

phuric acid upon, 270

Lauih, C., new class of colouring


quino-acetate of calcium, 8

Isomeric aldehyds, thermric for- matters, 143

P. W., extraction of sulphur mation of the two, 133
Guthrie, F., solid water, 161

Lavas of Dykes of Thera, re-
from pyrites, 218

Guyard, A., metallurgy at silver n

Isomerism of the rotatory power

searches on, 238

the moist way, 41
"Homeopathy, Errors of” (re- of the camphols, 92

Lead, corrosion of by New River

method of separating nickel

view), 70

Isoxylene, derivatives of 40

Company's water, 282

and cobalt, 255

Houzeau, A., determination of the

iodide of, detecting adulteration

carbonic acid contained in

of, 154

waters, 110

sulpho-antimonuret found

HALL, M., blowpipe wtth spec.

disappearance of the ammonia

Arnsberg, 206

troscope for mineralogists, 91

contained in waters, 152


poisoning, 196

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