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contain uranium. The amount of radium is variable, a January 10.-Prof. W. Boyd Dawkins, F.R.S., in ton of the mineral furnishing quantities of radium bromide the chair.-On the supposed antagonism of Mendelian to of the order of a centigram.—The dissociation of strychnine biometric theory: A. D. Darbishire. The author, after salts as measured by the rotatory power. The rotatory referring to the conflict of the Mendelians and bio- power in homologous series. The influence of the double metricians, explained the methods of investigation of the linkage : J. Minguin. The deviations were measured in two schools. The biometricians apply statistical methods the first place when the strychnine and acid were present and deal with masses of individuals, and therefore with in molecular quantities, and then in presence of an excess average characters; the Mendelians devote their attention of acid. The differences observed point to a dissociation to the study of the individual components of the mass, and taking place.-On cæsium methylamide : E. Rengade. endeavour by means of experiments to ascertain the nature Cæsium dissolves in anhydrous liquid methylamine, formand mode of modification of the characters of the units. ing at first a metal methylammonium ; this soon evolves Mr. Darbishire sought to show that the two views are hydrogen and the methylamide is quantitatively formed. not irreconcilable, but that the real truth was to be The amide detonates on heating, giving rise to cæsium arrived at from a survey of both.—The cause of the period cyanide and hydrogen. Water, allowed to act slowly, proof chemical induction : C. H. Burgess and D. L. duces cæsium hydroxide and methylamine.-The action of Chapman.
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