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Source book in chemistry, 1900-1950, edited by Henry M. Leicester

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Source book in chemistry, 1900-1950
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Source book in chemistry, 1900-1950
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edited by Henry M. Leicester
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Leicester, Henry Marshall
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bibliography
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L526s 1968
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Source book in chemistry, 1900-1950, edited by Henry M. Leicester
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Contents
  • Physicochemical Analysis
  • The Production of Temperatures Below One Degree Absolute by Adiabatic Demagnetization of Gadolinium Sulfate
  • W. F. Giauque and D. P. Macdougall
  • Electrolytes
  • The Dissociation of Strong Electrolytes
  • Niels Bjerrum
  • The Activity Coefficient of Strong Electrolytes
  • Gilbert N. Lewis and Merle Randall
  • Report on Conductivity of Strong Electrolytes in Dilute Solutions
  • P. Debye
  • Acids, Bases, and Salts
  • The Inner Friction of Binary Mixtures : Characteristics of Definite Compounds
  • The Constitution of Ampholytes, Especially the Amino Acids, and Their Dissociation Constants
  • Niels Bjerrum
  • Some Remarks on the Concept of Acids and Bases
  • J. W. Brönsted
  • The Constitution of Acids and Salts and Their Chemical Alterations by Solvents
  • A. Hantzsch
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • A Theory of Photochemical Reaction Velocities
  • Max Bodenstein
  • The Oxidation of Phosphorus Vapor at Low Pressure
  • N. S. Kurnakov And S. F. Zhemchuzhnyi
  • N. Semenoff
  • The Activated Complex in Chemical Reactions
  • Henry Eyring
  • The Preparation of Free Methyl
  • Fritz Paneth and Wilhelm Hofeditz
  • Artificial Radioactivity
  • I. Artificial Production of Radioactive Elements. II. Chemical Proof of Transmutation of Elements
  • Irene Curie and F. Joliot
  • Process for the Production of Radioactive Substances
  • Enrico Fermi ... [et al.]
  • Polarography
  • The Detection and Behavior of the Alkaline Earth Metals Which Result From the Irradiation of Uranium by Neutrons
  • O. Hahn and F. Strassmann
  • Disintegration of Uranium by Neutrons : A New Type of Nuclear Reaction
  • Lise Meitner and O. R. Frisch
  • Radioactive Element 93
  • Edwin Mcmillan and Philip Hauge Abelson
  • Radioactive Element 94 From Deuterons on Uranium
  • G. T. Seaborg ... [et al.]
  • Radioactive Element 94 From Deuterons on Uranium
  • G. T. Seaborg, A. C. Wahl, and J. W. Kennedy
  • The Processes at the Mercury Dropping Cathode, Part I. : The Deposition of Metals
  • The Chemical Properties of Elements 94 and 93
  • Glenn T. Seaborg and Arthur C. Wahl
  • Part III.
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Synthetic Methods
  • Some New Organometallic Compounds of Magnesium and Their Application to the Synthesis of Alcohols and Hydrocarbons
  • V. Grignard
  • The "Diene Synthesis," an Ideal Synthetic Principle for Organic Substances
  • O. Diels
  • Polymers
  • Jarosslav Heyrovsky
  • On Polymerization
  • H. Staudinger
  • On The Constitution of Rubber (Sixth Paper)
  • H. Staudinger
  • Studies on Polymerization and Ring Formation I : An Introduction to the General Theory of Condensation Polymers
  • Wallace H. Carothers
  • Natural Compounds
  • Proteins
  • Proteins and Polypeptides
  • Emil Fische
  • Hydrogen Ion Concentration; Ph
  • Nucleic Acids
  • Yeast Nucleic Acid
  • P. A. Levene and W. A. Jacobs
  • Alkaloids
  • A Theory of the Mechanism of the Phytochemical Synthesis of Certain Alkaloids
  • Robert Robinson
  • Large Rings
  • Knowledge of Carbon Rings II : Synthesis of Carbocyclic Ketones With Ten- To Eighteen-Member Rings
  • L. Ruzicka, M. Stoll, and H. Schinz
  • Cholesterol Compounds
  • Enzyme Studies 11 : The Measurement and Meaning of Hydrogen Ion Concentration on Enzymatic Processes
  • Studies on the Constitution of the Bile Acids XXXIX : Concerning 12-Hydroxycholanic Acid
  • Heinrich Wieland and Elisabeth Dane
  • The Chemistry of the Sex Hormones
  • A. Butenandt
  • Porphyrins
  • Hemin and Porphyrins
  • Hans Fischer
  • Carotenoids and Vitamin A
  • The Chemistry of Vitamins A and C
  • Paul Karrer
  • S. P. L. Sörensen
  • Part IV.
  • Biochemistry
  • Hormones and Vitamins
  • The Mechanism of Pancreatic Secretion
  • W. M. Bayliss and E. H. Starling
  • The Croonian Lectures on the Chemical Correlation of the Functions of the Body
  • Ernest Henry Starling
  • Feeding Experiments Illustrating the Importance of Accessory Factors in Normal Dietaries
  • F. Gowland Hopkins
  • Enzymes And Nucleoproteins
  • Optical Methods
  • The Isolation and Crystallization of the Enzyme Urease : Preliminary Paper
  • James B. Sumner
  • Crystalline Pepsin I : Isolation and Tests of Purity
  • John H. Northrop
  • Isolation of a Crystalline Protein Possessing the Properties of Tobacco-mosaic Virus
  • W. M. Stanley
  • Biological Oxidations
  • The Action of Carbon Monoxide on the Metabolism of Yeast
  • Orro Warburg
  • The Mechanism of Oxidation Processes
  • Part I.
  • The Ultramicroscope
  • Heinrich Wieland
  • Cytochrome and Intracellular Respiratory Enzymes
  • D. Keilin
  • Fat Metabolism
  • The Degradation of Aromatic Fatty Acids in the Animal Body
  • Franz Knoop
  • Deuterium as an Indicator in the Study Of Intermediary Metabolism III : The Role of the Fat Tissues
  • Rudolf Schoenheimer and D. Rittenberg
  • Proteins
  • Metabolism
  • On Making Visible and Determining the Size of Ultramicroscopic Particles With Special Attention to Gold Ruby Glasses
  • The Degradation and Formation of Amino Acids by Transamination I : Exchange of 1 (+) Glutamic Acid in Muscle Tissue
  • A. F. Braunshtein and M. G. Kritsman
  • Determination Of Structure
  • The Free Amino Groups of Insulin
  • F. Sanger
  • Carbohydrate Metabolism
  • Anaerobic Phase
  • The Alcoholic Ferment of Yeast-Juice
  • Arthur Harden and William John Young
  • The Alcoholic Ferment of Yeast-Juice Part II : The Coferment of Yeast-Juice
  • H. Siedentopf and R. Zsigmondy
  • Arthur Harden and William John Young
  • The Alcoholic Ferment of Yeast-Juice Part III : The Function of Phosphates in the Fermentation of Glucose by Yeast-Juice
  • Arthur Harden and William John Young
  • The Pyrophosphate Fraction in Muscle
  • K. Lohmann
  • Phosphorus Compounds of Muscle and Liver
  • Cyrus H. Fiske and Y. Subbarow
  • On Intermediate Behavior in Glycolysis in the Musculature
  • G. Embden, H. J. Deuticke, and Gert Kraft
  • Glycogen Breakdown and Synthesis in Animal Tissues
  • Methods Of Separation
  • Carl F. Cori
  • Mechanism of Energy Utilization and Production
  • Myosine and Adenosinetriphosphatase
  • W. A. Engelhardt and M. N. Ljubimowa
  • Metabolic Generation and Utilization of Phosphate Bond Energy
  • Fritz Lipmann
  • Aerobic Phase
  • The Role of Citric Acid in Intermediate Metabolism in Animal Tissues
  • H. A. Krebs and W. A. Johnson
  • Chromatography
  • Physical Chemical Studies on Chlorophyll Adsorptions
  • M. Tswett
  • Qualitative Analysis of Proteins : A Partition Chromatographic Method Using Paper
  • R. Consden, A. H. Gordon, and A. J. P. Martin
  • The Separation of Rare Earths by Ion Exchange I : Cerium and Yttrium
  • Techniques
  • F. H. Spedding ... [et al.]
  • Separation Of Proteins by Sedimentation and Electrophoresis
  • Determination of the Size and Distribution of Size of Particles by Centrifugal Methods
  • The Svedberg and J. Burton Nichols
  • Sedimentation Of Molecules In Centrifugal Fields
  • The Svedberg
  • A New Apparatus for Electrophoretic Analysis of Colloidal Mixtures
  • Arne Tiselius
  • Radioactive Tracers
  • The Absorption and Translocation of Lead by Plants : a Contribution to the Application of the Method of Radioactive Indicators in the Investigation of the Change of Substance in Plants
  • Analytical Methods
  • George Hevesy
  • Radioactive Indicators in the Study of Phosphorus Metabolism in Rats
  • O. Chiewitz and G. Hevesy
  • Crystal Structure
  • Interference Phenomena in Roentgen Rays
  • W. Friedrich, P. Knipping, and M. Laue
  • The Reflection of X-Rays by Crystals
  • W. H. Bragg and W. L. Bragg
  • Part II.
  • General and Physical Chemistry
  • Microanalysis
  • Atomic and Molecular Structure
  • Radioactive Decay Series
  • Radioactive Transformations and the Periodic System of the Elements
  • Kasimir Fajans
  • The Radio-Elements and the Periodic Law
  • Frederick Soddy
  • Isotopes
  • The Atomic Weight of Lead of Radioactive Origin
  • Theodore W. Richards and Max E. Lembert
  • The Atomic Weight of Lead from Pitchblende
  • On Microchemistry, With Special Attention to the Work Of H. Behrens
  • O. Hönigschmid and St.-Horovitz
  • The Constitution of Atmospheric Neon
  • F. W. Aston
  • A Hydrogen Isotope of Mass 2
  • Harold C. Urey, F. G. Brickwedde, and G. M. Murphy
  • Molecular Structure
  • Molecule Formation as a Question of Atomic Structure
  • Gilbert W. Kossel
  • The Atom and the Molecule
  • N. Lewis
  • F. Emich
  • The Arrangement of Electrons in Atoms and Molecules
  • Irving Langmuir
  • Polarity and Ionization from the Standpoint of the Lewis Theory Of Valence
  • Wendell M. Latimer and Worth H. Rodebush
  • Co-Ordination Compounds
  • N. V. Sidgewick
  • Dipole Moments
  • Some Results of a Kinetic Theory of Insulators (Preliminary Communication)
  • P. Debye
  • Spreading Of Films On Liquids
  • Quantitative Organic Microanalysis
  • The Constitution And Fundamental Properties Of Solids And Liquids II : Liquids
  • Irving Langmuir
  • Application Of Quantum Mechanics
  • Significance of Tautomerism and of the Reactions of Aromatic Compounds in the Electronic Theory of Organic Reactions
  • C. K. Ingold
  • The New Quantum Mechanics
  • J. H. Van Vleck
  • Wave Mechanics and the Normal State of the Hydrogen Molecule
  • Edward Uhler Condon
  • The Nature Of The Chemical Bond V : The Quantum Mechanical Calculation of the Resonance Energy of Benzene and Naphthalene and the Hydrocarbon Free Radicals
  • F. Pregl
  • Linus Pauling and G. W. Wheland
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Colloids
  • On the Systematics of Colloids
  • Wolfgang Ostwald
  • Thermodynamics
  • On the Calculation of Chemical Equilibrium from Thermal Measurements
  • W. Nernst
  • The Osmotic Pressure and Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions of Congored, and Reversible Membrane Equilibria
  • Frederick George Donnan and Albert Buckley Harris
Control code
438301
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvii, 408 pages
Lccn
68014263
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)399079
Label
Source book in chemistry, 1900-1950, edited by Henry M. Leicester
Publication
Bibliography note
"Bibliography of biographies": pages 393-402
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Physicochemical Analysis
  • The Production of Temperatures Below One Degree Absolute by Adiabatic Demagnetization of Gadolinium Sulfate
  • W. F. Giauque and D. P. Macdougall
  • Electrolytes
  • The Dissociation of Strong Electrolytes
  • Niels Bjerrum
  • The Activity Coefficient of Strong Electrolytes
  • Gilbert N. Lewis and Merle Randall
  • Report on Conductivity of Strong Electrolytes in Dilute Solutions
  • P. Debye
  • Acids, Bases, and Salts
  • The Inner Friction of Binary Mixtures : Characteristics of Definite Compounds
  • The Constitution of Ampholytes, Especially the Amino Acids, and Their Dissociation Constants
  • Niels Bjerrum
  • Some Remarks on the Concept of Acids and Bases
  • J. W. Brönsted
  • The Constitution of Acids and Salts and Their Chemical Alterations by Solvents
  • A. Hantzsch
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • A Theory of Photochemical Reaction Velocities
  • Max Bodenstein
  • The Oxidation of Phosphorus Vapor at Low Pressure
  • N. S. Kurnakov And S. F. Zhemchuzhnyi
  • N. Semenoff
  • The Activated Complex in Chemical Reactions
  • Henry Eyring
  • The Preparation of Free Methyl
  • Fritz Paneth and Wilhelm Hofeditz
  • Artificial Radioactivity
  • I. Artificial Production of Radioactive Elements. II. Chemical Proof of Transmutation of Elements
  • Irene Curie and F. Joliot
  • Process for the Production of Radioactive Substances
  • Enrico Fermi ... [et al.]
  • Polarography
  • The Detection and Behavior of the Alkaline Earth Metals Which Result From the Irradiation of Uranium by Neutrons
  • O. Hahn and F. Strassmann
  • Disintegration of Uranium by Neutrons : A New Type of Nuclear Reaction
  • Lise Meitner and O. R. Frisch
  • Radioactive Element 93
  • Edwin Mcmillan and Philip Hauge Abelson
  • Radioactive Element 94 From Deuterons on Uranium
  • G. T. Seaborg ... [et al.]
  • Radioactive Element 94 From Deuterons on Uranium
  • G. T. Seaborg, A. C. Wahl, and J. W. Kennedy
  • The Processes at the Mercury Dropping Cathode, Part I. : The Deposition of Metals
  • The Chemical Properties of Elements 94 and 93
  • Glenn T. Seaborg and Arthur C. Wahl
  • Part III.
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Synthetic Methods
  • Some New Organometallic Compounds of Magnesium and Their Application to the Synthesis of Alcohols and Hydrocarbons
  • V. Grignard
  • The "Diene Synthesis," an Ideal Synthetic Principle for Organic Substances
  • O. Diels
  • Polymers
  • Jarosslav Heyrovsky
  • On Polymerization
  • H. Staudinger
  • On The Constitution of Rubber (Sixth Paper)
  • H. Staudinger
  • Studies on Polymerization and Ring Formation I : An Introduction to the General Theory of Condensation Polymers
  • Wallace H. Carothers
  • Natural Compounds
  • Proteins
  • Proteins and Polypeptides
  • Emil Fische
  • Hydrogen Ion Concentration; Ph
  • Nucleic Acids
  • Yeast Nucleic Acid
  • P. A. Levene and W. A. Jacobs
  • Alkaloids
  • A Theory of the Mechanism of the Phytochemical Synthesis of Certain Alkaloids
  • Robert Robinson
  • Large Rings
  • Knowledge of Carbon Rings II : Synthesis of Carbocyclic Ketones With Ten- To Eighteen-Member Rings
  • L. Ruzicka, M. Stoll, and H. Schinz
  • Cholesterol Compounds
  • Enzyme Studies 11 : The Measurement and Meaning of Hydrogen Ion Concentration on Enzymatic Processes
  • Studies on the Constitution of the Bile Acids XXXIX : Concerning 12-Hydroxycholanic Acid
  • Heinrich Wieland and Elisabeth Dane
  • The Chemistry of the Sex Hormones
  • A. Butenandt
  • Porphyrins
  • Hemin and Porphyrins
  • Hans Fischer
  • Carotenoids and Vitamin A
  • The Chemistry of Vitamins A and C
  • Paul Karrer
  • S. P. L. Sörensen
  • Part IV.
  • Biochemistry
  • Hormones and Vitamins
  • The Mechanism of Pancreatic Secretion
  • W. M. Bayliss and E. H. Starling
  • The Croonian Lectures on the Chemical Correlation of the Functions of the Body
  • Ernest Henry Starling
  • Feeding Experiments Illustrating the Importance of Accessory Factors in Normal Dietaries
  • F. Gowland Hopkins
  • Enzymes And Nucleoproteins
  • Optical Methods
  • The Isolation and Crystallization of the Enzyme Urease : Preliminary Paper
  • James B. Sumner
  • Crystalline Pepsin I : Isolation and Tests of Purity
  • John H. Northrop
  • Isolation of a Crystalline Protein Possessing the Properties of Tobacco-mosaic Virus
  • W. M. Stanley
  • Biological Oxidations
  • The Action of Carbon Monoxide on the Metabolism of Yeast
  • Orro Warburg
  • The Mechanism of Oxidation Processes
  • Part I.
  • The Ultramicroscope
  • Heinrich Wieland
  • Cytochrome and Intracellular Respiratory Enzymes
  • D. Keilin
  • Fat Metabolism
  • The Degradation of Aromatic Fatty Acids in the Animal Body
  • Franz Knoop
  • Deuterium as an Indicator in the Study Of Intermediary Metabolism III : The Role of the Fat Tissues
  • Rudolf Schoenheimer and D. Rittenberg
  • Proteins
  • Metabolism
  • On Making Visible and Determining the Size of Ultramicroscopic Particles With Special Attention to Gold Ruby Glasses
  • The Degradation and Formation of Amino Acids by Transamination I : Exchange of 1 (+) Glutamic Acid in Muscle Tissue
  • A. F. Braunshtein and M. G. Kritsman
  • Determination Of Structure
  • The Free Amino Groups of Insulin
  • F. Sanger
  • Carbohydrate Metabolism
  • Anaerobic Phase
  • The Alcoholic Ferment of Yeast-Juice
  • Arthur Harden and William John Young
  • The Alcoholic Ferment of Yeast-Juice Part II : The Coferment of Yeast-Juice
  • H. Siedentopf and R. Zsigmondy
  • Arthur Harden and William John Young
  • The Alcoholic Ferment of Yeast-Juice Part III : The Function of Phosphates in the Fermentation of Glucose by Yeast-Juice
  • Arthur Harden and William John Young
  • The Pyrophosphate Fraction in Muscle
  • K. Lohmann
  • Phosphorus Compounds of Muscle and Liver
  • Cyrus H. Fiske and Y. Subbarow
  • On Intermediate Behavior in Glycolysis in the Musculature
  • G. Embden, H. J. Deuticke, and Gert Kraft
  • Glycogen Breakdown and Synthesis in Animal Tissues
  • Methods Of Separation
  • Carl F. Cori
  • Mechanism of Energy Utilization and Production
  • Myosine and Adenosinetriphosphatase
  • W. A. Engelhardt and M. N. Ljubimowa
  • Metabolic Generation and Utilization of Phosphate Bond Energy
  • Fritz Lipmann
  • Aerobic Phase
  • The Role of Citric Acid in Intermediate Metabolism in Animal Tissues
  • H. A. Krebs and W. A. Johnson
  • Chromatography
  • Physical Chemical Studies on Chlorophyll Adsorptions
  • M. Tswett
  • Qualitative Analysis of Proteins : A Partition Chromatographic Method Using Paper
  • R. Consden, A. H. Gordon, and A. J. P. Martin
  • The Separation of Rare Earths by Ion Exchange I : Cerium and Yttrium
  • Techniques
  • F. H. Spedding ... [et al.]
  • Separation Of Proteins by Sedimentation and Electrophoresis
  • Determination of the Size and Distribution of Size of Particles by Centrifugal Methods
  • The Svedberg and J. Burton Nichols
  • Sedimentation Of Molecules In Centrifugal Fields
  • The Svedberg
  • A New Apparatus for Electrophoretic Analysis of Colloidal Mixtures
  • Arne Tiselius
  • Radioactive Tracers
  • The Absorption and Translocation of Lead by Plants : a Contribution to the Application of the Method of Radioactive Indicators in the Investigation of the Change of Substance in Plants
  • Analytical Methods
  • George Hevesy
  • Radioactive Indicators in the Study of Phosphorus Metabolism in Rats
  • O. Chiewitz and G. Hevesy
  • Crystal Structure
  • Interference Phenomena in Roentgen Rays
  • W. Friedrich, P. Knipping, and M. Laue
  • The Reflection of X-Rays by Crystals
  • W. H. Bragg and W. L. Bragg
  • Part II.
  • General and Physical Chemistry
  • Microanalysis
  • Atomic and Molecular Structure
  • Radioactive Decay Series
  • Radioactive Transformations and the Periodic System of the Elements
  • Kasimir Fajans
  • The Radio-Elements and the Periodic Law
  • Frederick Soddy
  • Isotopes
  • The Atomic Weight of Lead of Radioactive Origin
  • Theodore W. Richards and Max E. Lembert
  • The Atomic Weight of Lead from Pitchblende
  • On Microchemistry, With Special Attention to the Work Of H. Behrens
  • O. Hönigschmid and St.-Horovitz
  • The Constitution of Atmospheric Neon
  • F. W. Aston
  • A Hydrogen Isotope of Mass 2
  • Harold C. Urey, F. G. Brickwedde, and G. M. Murphy
  • Molecular Structure
  • Molecule Formation as a Question of Atomic Structure
  • Gilbert W. Kossel
  • The Atom and the Molecule
  • N. Lewis
  • F. Emich
  • The Arrangement of Electrons in Atoms and Molecules
  • Irving Langmuir
  • Polarity and Ionization from the Standpoint of the Lewis Theory Of Valence
  • Wendell M. Latimer and Worth H. Rodebush
  • Co-Ordination Compounds
  • N. V. Sidgewick
  • Dipole Moments
  • Some Results of a Kinetic Theory of Insulators (Preliminary Communication)
  • P. Debye
  • Spreading Of Films On Liquids
  • Quantitative Organic Microanalysis
  • The Constitution And Fundamental Properties Of Solids And Liquids II : Liquids
  • Irving Langmuir
  • Application Of Quantum Mechanics
  • Significance of Tautomerism and of the Reactions of Aromatic Compounds in the Electronic Theory of Organic Reactions
  • C. K. Ingold
  • The New Quantum Mechanics
  • J. H. Van Vleck
  • Wave Mechanics and the Normal State of the Hydrogen Molecule
  • Edward Uhler Condon
  • The Nature Of The Chemical Bond V : The Quantum Mechanical Calculation of the Resonance Energy of Benzene and Naphthalene and the Hydrocarbon Free Radicals
  • F. Pregl
  • Linus Pauling and G. W. Wheland
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Colloids
  • On the Systematics of Colloids
  • Wolfgang Ostwald
  • Thermodynamics
  • On the Calculation of Chemical Equilibrium from Thermal Measurements
  • W. Nernst
  • The Osmotic Pressure and Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions of Congored, and Reversible Membrane Equilibria
  • Frederick George Donnan and Albert Buckley Harris
Control code
438301
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvii, 408 pages
Lccn
68014263
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)399079

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