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The future of the chemistry of petroleum'. By James F. Norris. Copy from Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, vol. 18, no. 10.
The future of the chemistry of petroleum'. By James F. Norris. Copy from Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, vol. 18, no. 10.
Some remarks on the interpretation of the parachor' by R.F. Hunter and R. Samuel, published by the Dutch Chemistry Society. T. 54, no. l
Some remarks on the interpretation of the parachor' by R.F. Hunter and R. Samuel, published by the Dutch Chemistry Society. T. 54, no. l
The relation between corrosion and paint', by W.H.J. Vernon and L.A. Jordon. Paper read before the Bristol Section of the Society of Chemical Industry, 5 November 1931. Reprinted from their journal, vol. L, no. 52.
The relation between corrosion and paint', by W.H.J. Vernon and L.A. Jordon. Paper read before the Bristol Section of the Society of Chemical Industry, 5 November 1931. Reprinted from their journal, vol. L, no. 52.
Metals in the service of human life and industry', by Sir Harold Carpenter. The annual research and development lecture of the British Science Guild
Metals in the service of human life and industry', by Sir Harold Carpenter. The annual research and development lecture of the British Science Guild
Viscosity and its expression'. By Guy Barr. Reprint of paper for the World Petroleum Congress
Viscosity and its expression'. By Guy Barr. Reprint of paper for the World Petroleum Congress
Micro-organisms and some of their industrial uses'. By A. Chaston Chapman. Cantor lectures delivered to the Royal Society of Arts
Micro-organisms and some of their industrial uses'. By A. Chaston Chapman. Cantor lectures delivered to the Royal Society of Arts
A letter from [Professor William Edward] Garner, University of London Club, to Sir Robert Robertson. Relates to the work of [Professor William Arthur] Bone on gaseous combustion.
A letter from [Professor William Edward] Garner, University of London Club, to Sir Robert Robertson. Relates to the work of [Professor William Arthur] Bone on gaseous combustion.
Gaseous combustion at high pressures. Part III. The energy absorbing function and activation of nitrogen in the combustion of carbon monoxide', by W.A. Bone and others. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, A. vol. 103
Gaseous combustion at high pressures. Part III. The energy absorbing function and activation of nitrogen in the combustion of carbon monoxide', by W.A. Bone and others. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, A. vol. 103
Reprints.
Reprints.
The mechanism of the metallurgical production of zinc', by Max Bodenstein. From The Transactions of the American Electro-chemical Society, vol. LI
The mechanism of the metallurgical production of zinc', by Max Bodenstein. From The Transactions of the American Electro-chemical Society, vol. LI
Solvents, alcohols, plasticisers; their specifications, properties and principal uses'. Published for Commercial Solvents (G.B.) Ltd
Solvents, alcohols, plasticisers; their specifications, properties and principal uses'. Published for Commercial Solvents (G.B.) Ltd
Surface films', by W. Ramsden. Presidential address reprinted from the Transactions of the Liverpool Biological Society, vol. XXXIII
Surface films', by W. Ramsden. Presidential address reprinted from the Transactions of the Liverpool Biological Society, vol. XXXIII
Page extract from Industrial Bulletin of Arthur D. Little, Inc.
Page extract from Industrial Bulletin of Arthur D. Little, Inc.
The chemistry of solids', by Cecil H. Desch. Address to the British Association
The chemistry of solids', by Cecil H. Desch. Address to the British Association
The determination of oxides of nitrogen (except nitrous oxide) in small concentration in the products of combustion of coal gas and in air', by A.G. Francis and A.T. Parsons. Reprinted from the Analyst
The determination of oxides of nitrogen (except nitrous oxide) in small concentration in the products of combustion of coal gas and in air', by A.G. Francis and A.T. Parsons. Reprinted from the Analyst
Photosynthesis in tropical sunlight', by N.R. Dhar, Gopalo Rao and Atma Ram. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Faraday Society, no. 123, vol. XXVII, part 8
Photosynthesis in tropical sunlight', by N.R. Dhar, Gopalo Rao and Atma Ram. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Faraday Society, no. 123, vol. XXVII, part 8
The critical increment of homogeneous reactions'. A paper on a discussion of the Chemical Society.
The critical increment of homogeneous reactions'. A paper on a discussion of the Chemical Society.
Rubber and its engineering uses', by B.D. Porritt. Published by the Research Association of British Rubber manufacturers, reprinted from Engineer
Rubber and its engineering uses', by B.D. Porritt. Published by the Research Association of British Rubber manufacturers, reprinted from Engineer
Reversible coagulation in living tissue XI', by Wilder D. Bancroft and R.S. Gutsell and J.E. Rutzler. Paper read before the Academy of Sciences. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 19, no. 19
Reversible coagulation in living tissue XI', by Wilder D. Bancroft and R.S. Gutsell and J.E. Rutzler. Paper read before the Academy of Sciences. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 19, no. 19
A new method for the determination of nitrogen peroxide', by J.B. Willey and S.G. Foord. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, vol. 135
A new method for the determination of nitrogen peroxide', by J.B. Willey and S.G. Foord. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, vol. 135
Bandspektern und Stereochemie, Zusammfassung der Ergebnisse Grundlagan und Probleme', by R. Mecke. Separatadbruck aus Stereochemie, Leipzig
Bandspektern und Stereochemie, Zusammfassung der Ergebnisse Grundlagan und Probleme', by R. Mecke. Separatadbruck aus Stereochemie, Leipzig
Absorption measurements and transition probabilities for the A(0,0) and B(0,1) Bands of oxygen', by W.H.J. Childs. Reprinted from the Philosophical Magazine, Series 7, vol. XIV
Absorption measurements and transition probabilities for the A(0,0) and B(0,1) Bands of oxygen', by W.H.J. Childs. Reprinted from the Philosophical Magazine, Series 7, vol. XIV
Reversible coagulation in living tissue VII',. by W.D. Bancroft and J.E. Rutzler. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 20, no. 9
Reversible coagulation in living tissue VII',. by W.D. Bancroft and J.E. Rutzler. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 20, no. 9
Atomic distances in organic compounds by X-ray analysis', by J.M. Robertson. Reprinted from papers and discussions of the international conference on physics, the Solid State of Matter, London, vol. II.
Atomic distances in organic compounds by X-ray analysis', by J.M. Robertson. Reprinted from papers and discussions of the international conference on physics, the Solid State of Matter, London, vol. II.
The iodoxy group and its relations', by I. Masson, E. Race, F.E. Pounder. Reprinted from the Journal of the Chemical Society
The iodoxy group and its relations', by I. Masson, E. Race, F.E. Pounder. Reprinted from the Journal of the Chemical Society
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