Journal of the American Chemical Society

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American Chemical Society, 1898
Issues for 1898-1901 include Review of American chemical research, v. 4-7; 1879-1937, the society's Proceedings.
 

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A Delicate Test for the Detection of a Yellow Azo Dye Used for
110
A Revision of the Atomic Weight of Zirconium By F P Venable
119
The Surfacetensions of Aqueous Solutions of Oxalic Tartaric
128
Correspondence
137
Books Received
162
The Volumetric Determination of Cobalt By Harry B Harris
185
Investigation of the Theory of Solubility Effect in the Case of Tri
194
The Commercial Analysis of Bauxite By Wm B Phillips and David
209
Upon the Salts of Hydronitric Acid By L M Dennis and C H Ben
225
Introductory Note on the Reduction of Metallic Oxides at High Tem
232
Books Received
241
Comparison of the Standard Methods for the Estimation of Starch
256
The Solubility of the Pentosans in the Reagents Employed in
266
A Modified Airbath By F P Venable
273
Preliminary Report of the Committee on Coal Analysis By W
281
Boric Acid Determination By Thomas S Gladding
288
Aluminum Used as an Electrode By George J Hough
302
Preliminary Note on Some New Derivatives of Vanillin By A
316
Atropine Periodides and Iodomercurates By H M Gordin and
329
Composition of the Ashes of Some Raw Tanning Materials By
338
Proteids of the Pea By Thomas B Osborne and George F Campbell
348
Proteids of the Lentil By Thomas B Osborne and George F Camp
362
On the Speed of Coagulation of Colloid Solutions By C E Line
375
Das optische Drehungsvermogen organischer Substan
381
Books Received
392
Proteids of the Vetch By Thomas B Osborne and George F Camp
406
Electrical Disturbance in Weighing By H K Miller
430
The precipitation of phosphorus as magnesium ammonium phos
441
The Colorimetric Estimation of Small Amounts of Chromium with
454
Erratum
467
A Method for the Differentiation of Organic Matter in Water
497
An Efficient Gaspressure Regulator By Paul Murrill
504
The Determination of Lead in Alloys By W E Garrigues
510
The Error in Carbon Determinations Made with the Use of Weighed
528
The Chemistry of Cascara Sagrada By Alfred R L Dohme
534
Certain Alkaloidal Periodides and the Volumetric Estimation of
543
Molecular Weights of Some Carbon Compounds A Few Words
546
Errata
553
Osmotic Pressure By C L Speyers
579
Method of Preparing a Strictly Neutral Ammonium Citrate Solution
585
Electrolytic Determination of Tin in Tin Ores By E D Campbell
687
Volumetric Apparatus By G E Barton
742
The Solubility of Acids in Solutions of the Salts of Other Acids
751
The Color of Sulphur Vapor By Jas Lewis Howe andS G Hamner
759
On the Determination of Undigested Fat and Casein in Infant Feces
765
On Tetraphenylmethane By M Gomberg
773
Hydrazo and Azoderivatives of Triphenylmethane By M Gomberg
780
A Periodide of Triphenylbrommethane By M Gomberg
793
Explosive Materials
813
A Brief Course in Qualitative Analysis Alkaloidal
814
The Preparation of Zirconium Nitrides By J Merritt Matthews
843
The Proteids of Cream By E F Ladd
858
Composition of Ohio Wines By Albert W Smith and Norman Parks
878
Testing for a Yellow Azocolor in Fats
889
Books Received
897
On the Facilities for Standardizing Chemical Apparatus Afforded
912
The Cyclical Law of the Elements By Thomas Bay ley
927
Atomic Volume as a Periodic Function By Thomas Bayley
935
The Oil of Corn By C G Hopkins
948
Some Errors in the Determination of Nitrogen By C G Hopkins
961
Some Records of the Years Progress in Applied Chemistry
967
Standard Pig Iron Samples
988
On the Occurrence of Hydrogen Sulphide in the Natural Gas of Point
997
Council
1
FEBRUARY
7
Council
8
Conncil 16
16
Applicants for Associate Membership 23
23
New Members Elected March 24 1898
28
Names Proposed for Membership
43
Names Proposed for Associate Membership
44
JUNE
51
Names Proposed or Membership
61
JULY
69
Associates Elected June 14 1898 70
70
Council 85
85
Council 91
91
New Member Elected September 21 1898 97
97
New Members Elected October 29 1898
104
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