A treatise on the principles of Chemistry

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CUP Archive, 1884
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Contents

CHEMICAL STATICS
7
Volumetric combination of elementary gases
17
Mitscherlichs law of isomorphism
21
Wollastons equivalents
34
24
41
Table of molecular weights of elements
48
Groups of isomorphous elements
72
Table of atomic weights with summary of data and references
87
Application of this law in modified form to compounds
296
Connexions between molecular refraction and isomerism
302
Connexions between absorptionspectra and structure of molecules
310
There is a definite connexion between electrical conductivities
317
Relations between atomic weights and atomic volumes
320
93
322
THE LAW OF MASSACTION
339
Bergmanns and Berthollets views on affinity contrasted
345

Examples of use of hypothesis of geometrical isomerism
92
Atomicity of elementary molecules
96
All reacting bodies in a chemical change influence that change
106
Faradays electrolytic laws
117
Conception of definite substituting value applied to atoms
129
Appendix to section IV
133
ALLOTROPY AND ISOMERISM
138
Possible isomerides of same empirical formula
144
Generalisations used as guides in finding structural formulŠ
154
Further application of hypothesis of valency to conception of
162
82
171
CHAPTER IV
174
to 89
179
en 5555
182
MOLECULAR COMPOUNDS
193
92
197
Hypothesis of valency not strictly applicable to phenomena sug
199
Work of Lehmann and others on physical isomerism
208
FormulŠ of liquid and solid compounds
221
THE PERIODIC
222
The same subject continued
223
Illustrations of periodic connexion between atomic weights
232
56
236
APPLICATIONS OF PHYSICAL METHODS
246
Endothermic and exothermic reactions
253
Table of maximum atomic weights of elements
261
Attempts to determine thermal values of molecular decompositions
263
Connexions between thermal and material changes occurring
275
Law of Dulong and Petit
289
CHEMICAL DYNAMICS
355
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
363
Illustrations of applications of periodic law
367
127
367
same chemical system
367
Illustrations of application of thermal methods to determine struc
367
Concluding remarks to this section
367
Molecular conductivity of an acid defined
367
146
367
METHODS BASED ON DETERMINATIONS OF
367
Molecular volumes of solid compounds
367
Statement of method and illustrations of application of this
367
Thomsens experiments on partition of a base between two acids
367
ΠΙΟ
369
Equilibrium of physically heterogeneous systems 186
374
Gibbs 189
380
Guldberg and Waages treatment of the subject 193
386
Equilibriumpressure in dissociationprocesses 197
392
Absorption of gases by solids contrasted with combination
398
Dissociation may be due to molecular collisions or to action
405
Affinities of monobasic acids connected with relative conductivities
427
Conductivities of bases
435
SECTION III
450
Additive and cumulative properties
456
Action of the solvent on the dissolved electrolyte
465
Affinity and energychanges
471
113
479
Indirect determination of atomic heats
480
C
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