Records of General Science, Volume 4 (Google eBook)

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Robert Dundas Thomson, Thomas Thomson
Taylor and Walton., 1836 - Science
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Contents

Analyses of Books
63
V
65
Scientific Intelligence c
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Biographical Account of Sir Humphry Davy Bart continued
81
On the formation of Sulphuric Acid By Thomas Thomson M D F R S L E c
93
Description of a New Hygrometer c By John A Mason M D M R C S E c
96
Catalogue of Plants collected at Bombay By John Graham Esq continued
111
On the Chemical Composition of Human Blood By Mr Thomas Richardson
116
On some Astronomical Methods of Observation By William Galbraith A M continued
127
On the Curved Figures produced by rapidly Rotating Disks By Charles Tomlinson Esq continued
135
Analyses of Books
142
Scientific Intelligence c
147
Pharmacy c ib 2 Phenomena of Chrystallization
150
Uric Acid Calculi in the Biliary Canals
151
Impurity of Sulphuric Acid
152
Composition of Silk
153
Effect of Alkalies c on Vegetables ib 11 French School of Pharmacy
154
Death of Professor Geiger
155
D c
156
Showers of Frogs ib 17 Luminous Vibrations in Diaphanous Media
157
Globules of the Zannichellia palustris ib 19 White Crystalline Grains in the Intestines
158
Two Concretions found in the Knee of an Old Man
159
Meteorological Table
160
Biographical Account of Sir Humphry Davy Bart concluded
161
Experiments on the Absorption of Air by Water By Thomas Thomson M D RR S L E c
170
On Manganic and Hypermanganic Acids c By E Mitscherlich
178
On some Methods of Astronomical Observations By William Galbraith A M continued
183
Catalogue of Plants collected at Bombay By John Graham Esq
194
On the Differences of Temperature between the Granite and Slate in the Cornish Mines By W J Henwood F G S c
198
The Art of Dyeing continued
199
Utility of Carbonate of Barytes
232
ChloroSulphuret of Antimony ib 8 Gallic Acid m Crystals
233
New method of reducing Litharge employed at Freiberg
234
Triple Compounds of Osmium Iridium c
235
Method of detecting minute quantities of Sulphur
236
Employment of Iron in Suspension Bridges By M E Martin
237
Table exhibiting the Comparative Weight of Sea Water at different places in Holland
239
Meteorological Journal
240
Biography of M Le Comte Lagrange By M Delambre
241
Experiments on the Combination of Sulphuric Acid and Water By Thomas Thomson M D F R S L E c
252
Important Facts derived Mathematically from a General Theory embracing many results in Chemistry c By T Exley A M
267
A Theory of Accidental and Complementary Colours By Charles Tomlinson Esq concluded
288
Economical Mode of forming Hypermanganate of Potash By William Gregory M D F R S E
297
Analysis of Tartar Emetic By Mr Thomas Richardson
299
Catalogue of Plants collected at Bombay By John Graham Esq
300
Scientific Intelligence
303
November
317
Notice of Carburet of Potassium and of a New Gaseous Bicarburet
321
On Manganic and Hypermanganic Acids c By E Mitscherlich
331
On some Astronomical Methods of Observation By William
341
On Internal Prismatic Reflexion By Mr George Dodd
352
On some Silicates of Alumina By Robert D Thomson M D
359
On Resins By Henry Rose
365
The Art of Dyeing continued
371
Biography of M Le Comte Lagrange
401
On the Minerals containing Columbium By Thomas Thomson
407
Experiments and Observations on Visible Vibration By Charles
419
On Accidental Colours and Coloured Shadows By P Cooper Esq
427
Notice of some Recent Improvements in Science
444
Determination of the Obliquity of the Ecliptic at Edinburgh
450
Scientific Intelligence
457

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