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LONDON:
J. VAN VOORST, 1, PATERNOSTER ROW.

1883.

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HARRISON AND SONS, PRINTERS IN ORDINARY TO HER MAJESTY, ST. MARTINS LANE.

CONTENTS.

PAGB

1.-On the Constitution of some Bromine-derivatives of Naph-

thalene. (Third Notice.) By RAPHAEL MELDOLA

1

II.-On the Constitution of Lophine. (Second Notice.) By

FRANCIS R. JAPP, M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Pr ssor of

Chemistry in the Normal School of Science, South Ken-

sington

9

III.--Contributions from the Jodrell Laboratory. 1. Contribu-

tions to the Chemistry of Lignification. By C. F. Cross

and E. J. BEVAN. 2. On the Oxidation of Cellulose. By
C. F. Cross and E. J. Bevan. 3. The Analysis of Certain

Plant Fibres. By C. S. WEBSTER

IV.-On a Condensation product of Phenanthraquinone with

Ethylic Aceto-acetate. By Francis R. JAPP, M.A., Ph.D.,

Assistant Professor of Chemistry in the Normal School of

Science, South Kensington, and FREDERICK W. STREATFEILD

V.-Note on the Preparation of Diphenylene Ketone Oxide.

By W. H. PERKIN, Ph.D., F.R.S.

35

VI.-On Certain Brominated Carbon Compounds obtained in

the Manufacture of Bromine. By S. Dyson, Student in

the Laboratory of the Yorkshire College, Leeds .

36

VII.-On Ethylene Chlorobromide and some Compounds ob-

tained from it. By J. WILLIAM JAMES, Ph.D. (Jena), F.C.S.,

,

Demonstrator and Lecturer in the Mining School, Bristol . 37

VIII.-On the Condensation-products of Enanthaldehyde

(Part I). By W. H. PERKIN, JUNR., Ph.D.

45

IX.-Condensation-products of Enanthaldehyde (Part II). By

W. H. PERKIN, JUNE., Ph.D.

67

X.—On the Condensation-products of Isobutaldehyde obtained by

Means of Alcoholic Potash. By W. H. Perkin, JUNR., Ph.D. 90

XI.-The Alkaloīds of Nux Vomica. No. II. On Brucine.

By W. A. SHENSTONE, Professor of Chemistry at Clifton

College, Bristol .

. 101

XII.-The Behaviour of the Nitrogen of Coal during Destructive

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Distillation ; with some Observations on the Estimation of

Nitrogen in Coal and Coke. By WILLIAM Foster, M.A.,

Lecturer on Chemistry at the Middlesex Hospital

105

XIII.—Preliminary Note on some Diazo-derivatives of Nitro-

benzyl Cyanide. By W. H. Perkin, Ph.D., F.R.S.

111

XIV.- Researches on the Induline Group. (Part I.) By

OTTO N. Witt, Ph.D., F.C.S., and EDWARD G. P. THOMAS 112

XV.-On a New Method of Estimating the Halogens in Volatile

Organic Compounds. By RICHARD T. PLImpron, Ph.D., and

E. E. GRAVES

119

XVI.-A Modified Liebig's Condenser. By W. A. SHENSTONE,

Professor of Chemistry at Clifton College

123

XVII.-On Some Fluorine Compounds of Uranium. By ARTHUR

SMITHELLS, B.Sc. (Dalton Scholar in the Laboratory of The

Owens College).

125

XVIII.-On the Volume Alteration attending the Mixture of

Salt Solutions. By W.W.J. Nicol, M.A., B.Sc., F.R.S.E.,

Lecturer on Chemistry, Mason College, Birmingham . 135

XIX.-Two New Aluminous Mineral Species, Evigtokite and

Liskeardite. By WALTER Flight, D.Sc., F.G.S., of the

Department of Mineralogy, British Museum, South Ken-

sington

140

XX.—On the Absorption of Weak Reagents by Cotton, Silk,

and Wool. By EDMUND J. MILLS, D.Sc., F.R.S., and

Jokichi TAKAMINE, of the Imperial College of Engineering,

Tokio, Japan

142

XXI.-On the Action of Chlorine on Certain Metals. By

RICHARD COWPER, A.R.S.M., Demonstrator in the Laboratory

of the Royal Naval College

153

XXII.—Some Notes on Hydrated Ferric Oxide and its Beha-

viour with Hydrogen Sulphide. By Lewis T. WRIGHT 156

XXIII.—Note on Derivatives of Fluorene, C13H20. By W. R.

HODGKINSON and F. E. MATTHEWS

163

XXIV.-On a-Ethylvalerolactone, a-Ethyl B-Methylvalerolac-

tone, and on a Remarkable Decomposition of B-Ethyl-

aceto-succinic Ether. By SYDNEY YOUNG, B.Sc., Strassburg

University

172

XXV.-On the Constitution of Molecular Compounds. The

Molecular Weight of Basic Ferric Sulphate. By SPENCER

UMFREVILLE PICKERING, B.A. Oxon, Lecturer in Chemistry

at Bedford College

182

XXVI.-The Phenates of Amido-bases. By R. S. Dale, B.A.,

and C. SCHORLEMMER, F.R.S.

185

XXVII.—On some Derivatives of Diphenylene Ketone Oxide.

By A. G. PERKIN.

187

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XXVIII.—Chemico-Microscopical Researches on the Cell-con-

tents of certain Plants. By A. B. GRIFFITHS, F.C.S.,

Member of the Liverpool Association of Science and Arts,

Medallist in Chemistry and Botany, &c.

XXIX.-On Condensations of Compounds which contain the

Dicarbonyl-group with Aldehydes and Ammonia. By

FRANCIS R. JAPP, M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of

Chemistry in the Normal School of Science, South Ken-

sington

XXX.-On some Condensation-products of Aldehydes with

Acetoacetic Ether and with Substituted Acetoacetic Ethers.

By F. E. MATTHEWS

XXXI.-Contribution to the Chemistry of “Fairy Rings." By

Sir J. B. LAWES, Bart., LL.D., F.R.S., J. H. GILBERT, Ph.D.,

F.R.S., and R. WARINGTON

Anniversary Meeting .

XXXII.-On the Estimation of Hydrogen Sulphide and Car.

bonic Anhydride in Coal-gas. By Lewis T. Wright .

XXXIII.—Contribution to the Chemistry of the Cerite Metals.

By Bohuslav BRAUNER, Ph.D., F.C.S., Berkeley Fellow of

the Owens College

XXXIV.–Some Compounds of Antimony and Bismuth contain-

ing two Halogens. By R. W. ATKINSON, B.Sc. (Lond.),

F.I.C.

XXXV.-Crystallographic Examination of the Crystals of

Antimonio-potassic Chlorobromide. By R. H. SOLLY, Esq.,

Cambridge ·

XXXVI.—On the Gases evolved during the Conversion of

Grass into Hay. By PERCY F. FRANKLAND, Ph.D., B.Sc.,

Demonstrator of Practical Chemistry in the Normal School

of Science, South Kensington, and F. JORDAN, F.C.S..

XXXVII.—Note on an Apparatus for Fractional Distillation

under Reduced Pressures. By L. T. THORNE, Ph.D. .

XXXVIII.-Notes on the Condition in which Carbon exists in

Steel. By Sir FREDERICK ABEL, C.B., F.R.S., and W. H.

DEERING, F.C.Ş. .

XXXIX.—On the Spectrum of Beryllium, with Observations

relative to the Position of that Metal among the Elements.

By W. N. HARTLEY, Royal College of Science, Dublin.

XL.-On a New Oxide of Tellurium. By EDWARD Divers, M.D.,

Principal, and M. SAMOSÉ, Student of the Imperial Japanese

College of Engineering

XLI.—On Tellurium Sulphoxide. · By EDWARD Divers and

M. SHOSÉ

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