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The role of chemistry in the life of the nation', by A.J. Allmand. A lecture delivered at King's College, London
The role of chemistry in the life of the nation', by A.J. Allmand. A lecture delivered at King's College, London
The rise and spread of A and B blood groups from the mutationists point of view', by R.R. Gates. Sonderabdruck aus Zeitschrift für Rassenkunde, Band IX, Heft 1.
The rise and spread of A and B blood groups from the mutationists point of view', by R.R. Gates. Sonderabdruck aus Zeitschrift für Rassenkunde, Band IX, Heft 1.
The relation of physics to chemistry', by N.V. Sidgwick. Introductory public lecture as non-resident lecturer in chemistry at Cornell University. Reprinted from Science, vol. 73, no. 1889
The relation of physics to chemistry', by N.V. Sidgwick. Introductory public lecture as non-resident lecturer in chemistry at Cornell University. Reprinted from Science, vol. 73, no. 1889
The relation of micro-organisms to the decay of stone', by S.G. Paine, F.V. Linggood, Freda Schimmer and T.C. Thrupp. Reprinted from Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, vol. 222
The relation of micro-organisms to the decay of stone', by S.G. Paine, F.V. Linggood, Freda Schimmer and T.C. Thrupp. Reprinted from Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, vol. 222
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.
The reclamation of moorland; part II. Reclamation experiments in Scotland', by W.G. Ogg and I.M. Robertson. Reprinted from the Empire Journal of Experimental Agriculture. Volume VIII, no. 29
The reclamation of moorland; part II. Reclamation experiments in Scotland', by W.G. Ogg and I.M. Robertson. Reprinted from the Empire Journal of Experimental Agriculture. Volume VIII, no. 29
The proteins of electrical tissue', by Kenneth Bailey, from the Biological Journal, Vol. XXXIII, no. 2
The proteins of electrical tissue', by Kenneth Bailey, from the Biological Journal, Vol. XXXIII, no. 2
The properties of sewage colloids', by E.C.C. Baly. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Faraday Society, no. 120, vol. XXVII, part 5.
The properties of sewage colloids', by E.C.C. Baly. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Faraday Society, no. 120, vol. XXVII, part 5.
The progress of the internal combustion engine over the last twenty years', by H.R. Ricardo. no location.
The progress of the internal combustion engine over the last twenty years', by H.R. Ricardo. no location.
The progress of the internal combustion engine and its fuel', by Harry R. Ricardo. Reprint of the Melchett Lecture delivered to the members of the Institute of Fuel and other societies
The progress of the internal combustion engine and its fuel', by Harry R. Ricardo. Reprint of the Melchett Lecture delivered to the members of the Institute of Fuel and other societies
The profession of science', by Richard Gregory and Julian Huxley and others.
The profession of science', by Richard Gregory and Julian Huxley and others.
The production and utilisation of power and Faraday's influence thereon', by J.S. Highfield. An address given to the Institution of Electrical Engineers, 22 September 1931. Reprinted from the Journal of Electrical Engineers, vol. 69, no. 419
The production and utilisation of power and Faraday's influence thereon', by J.S. Highfield. An address given to the Institution of Electrical Engineers, 22 September 1931. Reprinted from the Journal of Electrical Engineers, vol. 69, no. 419
The problem of valency', by R.F. Hunter and R. Samuel. Reprinted from Chemistry and Industry, no. 54
The problem of valency', by R.F. Hunter and R. Samuel. Reprinted from Chemistry and Industry, no. 54
The presence and determination of acetone and methyl ethyl ketone in products of low temperature carbonisation of coal', by E.A. Coulson and Eric C. Holt. Reprinted from the Journal of the Society of Chemical Industry
The presence and determination of acetone and methyl ethyl ketone in products of low temperature carbonisation of coal', by E.A. Coulson and Eric C. Holt. Reprinted from the Journal of the Society of Chemical Industry
The polymerisation of organic substances and their ability to form colloids', by H. Freundlich. Reprinted from the Journal of Oil and Colour Chemists Association, vol. XVIII, no. 176
The polymerisation of organic substances and their ability to form colloids', by H. Freundlich. Reprinted from the Journal of Oil and Colour Chemists Association, vol. XVIII, no. 176
The ploughing and adhesion of sliding metals', by F.P. Bowden, A.J.W. Moore and D. Tabor. Reprinted from the Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 14, no. 2.
The ploughing and adhesion of sliding metals', by F.P. Bowden, A.J.W. Moore and D. Tabor. Reprinted from the Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 14, no. 2.
The place of "planning" in a democratic government', by Daniel Hall. Reprinted from the 19th Century and After, vol. CXXII.
The place of "planning" in a democratic government', by Daniel Hall. Reprinted from the 19th Century and After, vol. CXXII.
The place of fundamental research in an industrial research organisation', by C.M.A. Stine, and Proof copies of papers for the Chemical Engineering Congress of the World Power Conference
The place of fundamental research in an industrial research organisation', by C.M.A. Stine, and Proof copies of papers for the Chemical Engineering Congress of the World Power Conference
The physics of the diamond', by C.V. Raman. Reprinted from Current Science, 1942, vol. II, no. 7.
The physics of the diamond', by C.V. Raman. Reprinted from Current Science, 1942, vol. II, no. 7.
The physical laboratory at the National Gallery', by F.I.G. Rawlins. Reprinted from Science Progress, no. 118
The physical laboratory at the National Gallery', by F.I.G. Rawlins. Reprinted from Science Progress, no. 118
The photosynthesis of carbohydrates from hydrated carbon dioxide', by E.C.C. Baly. Reprinted from Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series A. no. 951, vol. 172.
The photosynthesis of carbohydrates from hydrated carbon dioxide', by E.C.C. Baly. Reprinted from Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series A. no. 951, vol. 172.
The oxidation of drying oils', by R.S. Morell and E.O. Phillips. Reprinted by permission from the Oil and Colour Chemists Association, vol. XXIII, no. 239
The oxidation of drying oils', by R.S. Morell and E.O. Phillips. Reprinted by permission from the Oil and Colour Chemists Association, vol. XXIII, no. 239
The origin of the automatic michrotome', by Richard Threlfall. Reprinted from Biological Review, vol. V, no. 4
The origin of the automatic michrotome', by Richard Threlfall. Reprinted from Biological Review, vol. V, no. 4
The origin of petroleum', by E. Berl. Reprinted from the Technical Publication of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, no. 920.
The origin of petroleum', by E. Berl. Reprinted from the Technical Publication of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, no. 920.
The origin of an earthly or muddy taint in fish; 1. The nature and isolation of the taint', by A.C. Thaysen. Reprinted from the Annals of Applied Biology, vol. XXIII, no. 1
The origin of an earthly or muddy taint in fish; 1. The nature and isolation of the taint', by A.C. Thaysen. Reprinted from the Annals of Applied Biology, vol. XXIII, no. 1
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