Collected Papers of Sir James Dewar. Volume Ii.

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Contents

Application of Liquid Hydrogen to the Production of High
675
The BoilingPoint of Liquid Hydrogen as determined by
691
Solidification of Hydrogen
701
On the Spectrum of the More Volatile Gases of Atmospheric
711
The BoilingPoint of Liquid Hydrogen determined by
721
On the Most Volatile Gases of the Atmosphere
731
The Specific Volumes of Oxygen and Nitrogen Vapour at
737
Problems of the Atmosphere
743
The Rate of Production of Helium from Radium
1008
Light Reactions at Low Temperatures
1027
Longperiod Determination of the Rate of Production
1038
The Change of Carbon Disulphide into a Gaseous Product
1047
On the Gaseous Condensable Compound Explosive at
1063
Production of Solid Oxygen by the Evaporation of the Liquid
1077
Chemical and Physical Change at Low Temperatures
1085
Heat Problems
1093

Presidential Address to the British Association
753
LowTemperature Investigations
801
Some Physical Properties of Nickel Carbonyl
808
Sur la Solidification du Fluor et sur la Combinaison a 2525
819
Examen des Gaz Occlus ou Degages par le Bromure de Radium
827
On Electric Resistance Thermometry at the Temperature
847
Liquid Hydrogen Calorimetry
865
The Separation of the Most Volatile Gases from Air without
879
New LowTemperature Phenomena
892
On the ThermoElectric Junction as a Means of Determining
906
Studies with the Liquid Hydrogen and Air Calorimeters
914
The Physical and Chemical Properties of Iron Carbonyl
927
Studies on Charcoal and Liquid Air
944
On a New Iron Carbonyl and on the Action of Light and
963
Studies in High Vacua and Helium at Low Temperatures
976
Note on the Use of the Radiometer in Observing Small
988
The Nadir of Temperature and Allied Problems
1000
Atomic Specific Heats between the BoilingPoints of Liquid
1104
The Coming of Age of the Vacuum Flask
1114
Problems of Hydrogen and the Rare Gases
1127
Problems in Capillarity
1154
Soap Bubbles of Long Duration
1176
Studies on Liquid Films
1206
Liquid Oxygen in Warfare
1242
LowTemperature Studies
1267
Cloudland Studies
1299
Soap Films and Molecular Forces
1333
On the Separation of Gases by Electric Discharges with
1379
Molecular Specific Heats between the BoilingPoints of Liquid
1399
Appendix
1415
Influence of Cold on Bacteria By Allan Macfadyen
1422
On the Reduction to Normal Air Temperatures of
1453
Index of Names
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