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Ketocoumaranoarboxylic ester, 931.
Ketocyclo-octane, 89.
/9«Ketoglutario (« 3 - pentanonedicarboxylic)

acid, see under aoetonedicarboxyllc acid.
d-Ketohexahydrobenzoic acid, 983.
3-Keto-z-meUiylhexahydrobenzene « methyl-

cyclohexanone, X94, 998.
Kino, Z59, x6x.
Kinoln, X59.
Kino-red, X39.
Knotweed, spotted, 139.
Koji ferment, 49, 944, 945,
K6-8am seeds, 977.
Koumiss, 5X.
Kuromoji oil, 36, 37, 90, 996.

Lactarius, sp. yielding mannitol, X04, 105.
Lactic acid and methyl alcohol for acetone, X98.
,, „ „ „ „ for butyl al-

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Lactic acid bacterial fermentation, 51, 5a, 58.
„ „ for acetaldehyde, 177.
„ „ for allylene and acetone, 194.
„ ,» for chloroform, 35.
ff ff for citraconic acid, 113.
„ „ for crotonic aldehyde, 71, 190.
„ „ for diacetyl, 204.
„ „ for ethyl alcohol, 57.
, y ) > for formic aldehyde, 171.
„ t, (or hydrogen cyanide, 967.
,, „ for iodoform, 95.
,f 19 for isopropyl alcohol, 68.
„ y> for methane, 25.
„ „ for methylpropylacetaldehyde, 186.
„ M for n-propyl alcohol, 6a.
» „ for propylene and glycerol, 98.
„ „ forquinol, 151.
„ „ for toluene, 114.
,y ,y n-propyl alcohol from, by fermenta-
tion, 58.
Lactic azide, 177.
Laetomyees, fermentation by, 48.
Lactose, bacterial fermentation of, 51, 5a, 70.
„ fermentability by OUtum, 50.
„ hydrolysis of, 345.
LaBYO-isoterpene, 39.
LsBvomannan, 347.
LsdTulic acid for acetylacetone, xoa.

„ „ for allylacetoacetic ester, loa.

,, It (or amyl alcohol, n-sec, 79.

„ „ for crotonic aldehyde and hy-

drogen cyanide, 103.
„ „ for diacetyl, 904.

„ „ „ „ and quinol, 148, 150.

„ „ for dimethylheptenol, 103.

„ „ for erythritol, loi.

„ „ for ethyl alcohol and acetic acid,

lOI.

„ „ for isohexoic acid, zoi.

„ „ for IsBYulose, Z03.

„ 11 for malon ic acid and glycerol, xoa.

„ „ for mannose, Z03.

„ „ for methylheptenone, 103.

„ „ for succinic acid, loi.
„ ,, generators o^ 79.
LsBYuloae, 249, 393.

„ and acetic acid for n-sec. amyl al-
cohol, 79.
„ fermentability by moulds, 49.
„ fermentation of^ 46.
„ „ „ by Ofdium aUnoan$f

X74.
„ for dextrose, 946.
„ for diacetyl, ao4.
„ for erythritol, X03.
„ for hydrogen cyanide, a66.
„ for znannitol, zo6.
,, for mannose, 350.
„ for quinol, X5a
„ for sorbitol, X07.
n glycerol from, by (Hdium, 97.
„ mannitol from, by fermentation, 105.
Lammaria aaceharina, 104.
Larch, mannitol fr^m, Z04.
Larix dicidua, 373.
„ europcBOf X04.
Laurel, Califomian, 383, 987.
Laurie acid for dodecyl alcohol, 85.
„ ethyl ester, occurrence, 45.
Launu benioh^, 41.

„ eoMipAora, see under Citmamomum cam-

phara, 90, 91, 174. 371.
„ nobiUfj 91.



Laums persea^ 104, 107.

Lavender oil, 87, 88, 90, 91, 373, a8i, 38a, 383,

888.
Lavandula pedunciUaiaf 91.

, , species yielding geraniol, 87.

„ spica, 88, 90, 91, 371. 373, 374.
Lecanora badia^ 153.
„ parMa, 153.

,, species yielding atranorin, 43.
,, ft n parellic acid, 43.

,, tartar ea^ X53.
Leoanoric » parmelic acid, xoo, 153.
Leeidea cinereo-atray 43.

„ griaaa, 153.
Leoidic acid, 43.
Lecithin, 99.
Ledum palustre, 146, x6x.
Leiocarptu sp., methyl salicylate from, 41.
Lemon oil, 37, 87, 88, 90, 158, 189-193, ao3,

389.
Lemon-grass oil, 38, 36, 87, 88, 90, 191, 19a,

303, 389.
Lemon-scented verbena, 191.
Lspidium $aHvum, 357.
Lepra choUrina, 153.
Lepraria flava, 43.
Leucine for butyric aldehyde, X83.

„ for isovaleric aldehyde, 184.
Le:ucono$Uicmet«frUerioide8, mannitol producer, 105.

, , „ saccharose ferment, 347 .

Lefoistkum f^fflcinaUf 9a
Licareol — linaloOl, 88, 383.
Licarhodol, 88, 90.
LiguMtrum vulgare, 104, 159.
Lilac, mannitol from, X04.
LUium, mannose-yielding compounds from,

349.
Lima bean, 363.
Lime bark, vanillin from, a3a

„ leaves, oil, 36, aoi.
Limes, oil of, 383.
Limetto oil, 37, 43.
Limonene, 37, 378.

„ for terpinene, 39.

„ for terpineol, 91.

„ tetrabromide, 336.

Linaloe-lifmaloe, oil of, 86, 87, 88, 90, aoa.
Linalo()l, 88, 983.

„ for citral, 191.

„ for oymene, 33.

„ for dlpentene, 38.

„ for geraniol, 88.

„ for terpinene, 39.

„ for terpineol, 90.
Lindera Bericea, 36, 90, 336.
Linum ueUoHesimumj 363.
Lippia (Aloy$ia) dtriodora, 191.
Z^tclamdar orientoZw, 33, 45, 107, 119, 319.

„ siirraci/Iua, 33, 1x9, 319.

Lodoieea BeycheOamm, 349.
Logwood, 139.
Lokain, x6a
Lotoflavin, X49.

„ phloroglucinol complex in, 143.
Lotus arabicuif X43, z6o, 363.

„ auitraUSf 363.
Lotusin, X43, x6o, 363.
Lovage, oil of, 90.
Lucern, 349.
Lupinue albuSf 919.
Luteolin, 139, X40, x6o, 284.
Lymph, dextrose in, 346.
Lysine for hydrogen cyanide, 368.



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Lysine for n-propyl alcohol, 64.

„ for toluene and benzyl alcohol, 116.

Mace oil, 36.

M(»dura auranHacaf see Morus iincioriaf 139, 142.

Maolurin, 139, 160.

Madder, 938, 939, 940.

Magnesium benzyl bromide, 984.

„ p-bromphenyl bromide, 985.

„ carbides from hydrogen cyanide,

„ ethiodide, 137, 157, 912, 983.

„ ethobromide, 981.

„ isoamyl bromide, aBi.

„ methiodide, 99, 74, 76, 87, Z19, 981,

989, 983, 989.
„ methobromide, 199.
„ methyl, 74.
„ nitride, 907.

„ phenyl bromide, see phenyl mag-
nesium bromide.
„ propyl bromide, 70.
„ o-toluyl bromide, 985.
,y p-toluyl bromide, 985.

Magnolia ,fi49oata, 45.
Mahwa flowers, sugar from, 944, 947.
Maleic acid for aoetaldehyde, 179.
„ „ for benzene, 31.
„ „ for isopropyl alcohol, 69.
„ „ for methane, 96.
„ „ for n-propyl alcohol, 64.
„ „ for toluene and benzyl alcohol, ii6.
Malic acid, bacterial fermentation, 51.
„ „ for acetaldehyde, 179.
„ „ for benzene, 31.
„ „ for n-butyl alcohol, 79.
„ „ for crotonic aldehyde, 79, 190.
„ „ for ethyl alcohol, 57.
„ „ for formic aldehyde, 173.
„ „ for isopropyl alcohol, 69.
„ „ for methane, 96, 977.
„ „ for n-propyl alcohol, 64.
„ „ for toluene and benzyl alcohol, ii6.
Malonio acid and aoetaldehyde for acetone, 194,
198.
„ „ and ethyl alcohol for phenol, 194.
„ „ and glycerol for erythritol, 109.
„ „ Ac., for acetaldehyde, 176.

„ „ ^, for formic aldehyde, 179.

„ „ &c, for isopropyl alcohol, 69.
„ „ Ac, for methylpropylacetalde-

hyde, 187.
„ „ &c, for toluene, no.
„ „ for ethyl alcohol, 57.
„ „" for ethylene, 95.
„ „ for methane, 95, 977

„ „ for methyl alcohol, 44.
„ „ for orcinol, 155.

„ and citric acids, Ac, for resorcinol,

145-

„ and oxalic acids, acetone, &c., for cam-
phor, 979.

„ and propionic adds for allylene and
acet<me, 194, 198.

„ „ „ for citraconic acid,

"3-
„ ester and glycerol for quinol, isa
„ „ &c, for ethanetetracarboxylic

ester, 166.
„ » for hydrogen cyanide, 968.

„ „ for phloroglucinol, 169.

„ „ for n-propyl alcohol, 69.

„ semi-aldehyde, 177.



Maltose, alcoholic fermentation of, 47, 978.
„ bacterial fermentation, 59, 7a
„ fermentability and hydrolysis of, 47,

944.
„ fermentability by moulds, 49, 5a
„ glycerol from, by Oidtum, 97.

Mahu coinmuni$f 905.

Mandarin orange oil, 37, 49, 189-199.

Mandelic acid and nitrile, 958, 959, 961.
„ ,, for benzaldehyde, 908, 910.

Mandelonitrile for styrene, 35.

Mangi/eraj species yielding methyl salicylate,

41.
Mang-koudu, 941.
Manihot root, 963.

„ uHHssimOj 963.
Manna and manna ash, 104, 943, 947.

„ from Pinua lariXf 945.
Mannans or mannosides, 948, 949, 950.
Manneotetrose^stachyose, 999.

„ fermentation of, 46.

„ hydrolysis of, 947, 948.

Manninotriose, 948.
Mannitol, 104, 984.

„ and aniline for hydrojuglone, 168.

„ and carbon dlsulphide for sec butyl
isothiocyanate, 956.

, , bacterial fermentation of , 5 1 , 59,69, 70.

„ ferment, 59, 97.

„ „ glycerol producer, 97.

„ for acetone, aoo.

„ for acrolein, 99, 19a

„ for amyl alcohol, n-primary, 76.

„ for n-butyl alcohol, 71.

,, for diisopropyl, 83.

„ for ethyl alcohol, 57.

„ for formic aldehyde, 179.

„ for glycerol, 99.

„ for n-hezane, 79, 81.

„ for hexyl alcohol, active, 83.

„ for isopropyl alcohol, 67.

„ for lesvulose, 948.

„ for mannose, 950.

„ for methylpropylacetaldehyde, 188.

„ for n-propyl alcohol, 60.

„ for toluene and benzyl alcohol, 116.

„ lesvulose from, by bacteria, 947.
i-Mannitol, mannose, and mannonlc acid, 946.
Mannogalactans, 949.
Mannoheptol»perseItol, 107.

„ for toluene and benzyl alcohol,

114.
d-Mannoheptonic add, 107.
Mannonic acids, 105, 106.
d-Mannonic acid for dextrose, 946.

„ „ for d-mannose, 950.

Mannononose, fermentation of, 46.
Mannose and acetic acid for amyl alcohol, n-
secondary, 79.

„ for catechol, 141.

„ for ^acetyl, 904.

„ for erythritol, 103.

„ for furfural, 994.

„ for Isdvulic acid, 103.

„ for quinol, 150.
d-Mannose, 248, 999.

„ and hydrogen cyanide for manno-

heptol, 107.
„ fermentability by moulds, 49.

„ fermentation of, 46.

,, for dextrose, 947.

„ for laevulose, 948.
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d-Mannoee for mannitol, io6.

„ for sorbitol, 107.

l-Mannose, non-fermentable, 46.
Maple, sugar, 95a
Marjolaine, 290.
Maseoia bark, oil, 36, 37.
Matioo oil, 158, 164.

Matricaria {Pyrethrum) parthenium^ ^71, 373.
Meadowsweet, 40*
Medicago sativa, 949.
Medlars, sorbitol from, 106.
Melaleuca cMttninata, 91.

„ Uucadmdron, 90, 181, 205.

ff „ yar. lancifoUOy gt,

„ viridijolia, 90, 905. •
Melezitose, 49.

„ hydrolysis of, 945.
Melibiose, femientability, 50.

„ resolution and fermentation of, 945.
Mtiilotua leueanthat 999.
Melissa officinalis^ 87, 88, 19^.
Mellitio acid, 99, ^, 31, too,
Melodinus latvigatuSf 41.

„ orierUcdiSf 41.
Memecylonf species yielding methyl salicylate,

41.
Mentha aquatioa yar. crispo, 996.

„ artensis yars. piperascens and ^braia^

93.
„ canadmaiSf 135, 136, 996.
„ pipeHta, 99, 136, 997, 983, 988, 99a
„ pulfljrtum, 37, 99, 93, 996, 997.
„ vtn'du, 38, 88, 996.
Menthadlene^terpinene, 89.
Mentbene, 274.

„ for cymene, ^78.
Menthocitronellal, 89.
Menthol, 82, 983.

,, compounds, genesis in plants, 93.

„ for cymene, 33.

„ for menthene, 975.

,y for menthone, 997, 990*
Menthone, 227, 990.

„ for acetone, 900.

y, for citronellol, 89.

„ for m-oresol, 130.

„ for isopropyl alcohol, 68.

„ for menthol, 93, 983.

„ for n-propyl alcohol, 61.

y, for thymol, 136.

„ for toluene and benzyl alcohol, z 15.
Menthonic acid, 9oo«
Menthyl chloride, 975.
Mercury fulminate for thiocyanates, 969.

,1 „ and benzene for benzalde-

hyde, 907.
Mesaconic acid, 63, 119, 113.

,y „ for acetone, X96, 198.

,1 it tor methylpropylaeetaldehyde,

186, 187.

„ „ forquinol, 151.

Mosadibrompyrotartaric acid, t86.
Mesidine, 157.

Mesitenecarbonic lactone, i8a
Mesitols 1 : 3 :5-trimethyl-9-pheno1, 139.
Mesityl oxide, 94, 179, 180, 181, 979, 980.
Mesitylene for benzene, 30.

„ for m-cresol, 199.

„ for o-cresol, 196.

„ for p-cresol, 139.

„ for mesorciool, 157.

„ for phenol, 193.

„ for toluene, io8>ii4.



Mesitylenic acid for benzene, 31.
„ ,, foro-cresol, 196.

)) „ forp-cresol, 139.

,) „ for phenol, 193.

„ 1} for toluene, 114.

„ „ from isoyaleric acid, 114.

MesitylenesUlphonic acid, 139.
Mesorcinol, 166.
Mespilus jap(mica^ 905.
Mesquit tree, 147.

Meta- ; see also under m- with respectiye suf-
fixes.
Metaoetone, 188.
Metacresol for menthone, 997.
Metahydroxyanthraquinone, 286.
Metahydroxybenzoio aldehyde, 216.
Methane, 21, 977.

,, and methyl chloride for methyl sul-
phide, 953.
„ and nitrogen for hydrogen cyanide,

968.
„ for acetaldehyde, I75.
„ for benzene, 09.
„ for carbon disulphide, 951.
„ for ethyl alcohol, 54.
„ for formic aldehyde, 169.
„ for methyl alcohol, 43.
Methazonic acid, 067, 966.
Methenylbisacetoacetic ester, 985.
Methoyinyl = i9-al1ylbenzene, 39.
o-Mothoxyacetophenone, 9I4.
p-Methoxyacetophenone, 999, 930.
1 :3Methoxy-4-aminobenzene, 165.
p-Methoxybenzoic acid, see anisic acid.
m-Methoxy benzoic aldehyde, 991.
o- „ „ 993.

9.MethoxybeDzoylacetic ester, 914, 998.
p-Methoxybenzyl(«anisyl) alcohol, 918, 919.
m-Methoxycinnamic acid, 991.
p-Methoxycinnamic acid, 999.

„ ethyl ester, occurrence,

45.
p-Methoxydibromdihydrocinnamic( « i* : I'-di-

brom-p-hydrocoumaric) methyl ether, 999.
p-Methoxyhydratropic aldehyde and acid, 999.
p-Methoxy-p-nitrobenzaldehyde, 991, 999.
m-Methoxy*p-nitrocinnamic ester and acid,

991.

p-Methoxyphenyl magnesium bromide, 990.
p-Methoxyphenylglyoxylic acid, 918.
p-Methoxyphenylpropiolic acid, 930.
3-Methoxyphthalic acid, 199.
Methoxyquinone and quinol, 165.
6-Methoxy-o-toluio acid, 199.
Methyl acetate for formic aldehyde, 170.
„ alcohol, 40, 978.

„ „ and butyric acid for amyl alco-

hol, -n-secondary, 77.
„ „ and formic acid for glycerol,

98.
„ I, and methyl chloride for carbon

disulphide, 951.
„ I, and phosgene for tertiary butyl

alcohol, 981.
„ „ &c., for hydrogen cyanide, 968.

„ ,, for acetaldehyde, 180.

„ „ for benzene, 30.

for chloroform, 30.

for ethyl alcohol, 54.

for formic aldehyde, 169, 987.

for methane, 99.

for methyl mercaptan, 959.

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Methyl alcohol for nitromethane, 98, 99.

11 If glycerol) aud carbon disulphide

for sec butyl isothiocyanate, 254.

„ and ethyl alcoholS| acetic and propionic
acids, and acetone
for methylhepte-
none, 909.

ff ft f, „ and hydrogen cyan-

1 ide for acetone, 199.

„ „ „ „ for isopro^yl alco-

hol, 66.

„ „ „ „ formic acid, and car-

bon disulphide for
sec. butyl isothio-
cyanate, 255.

„ „ „ „ glycerol, potassium

cyanide, and acetic
acid for terpineol,
283.

„ anthranilate, occurrence, 41, 278.

,y benzoate, occurrence, 41, 42, 278.

„ chloride, 26, 43, 44, 54, 57, 170.

„ „ for ethylene, 54.

„ „ for methane, 26.

„ „ from trimethylamine, 26, 173.

„ cinnamate, occurrence, 42.

„ cyanide saoetonitrile, 54, 71, 199, 211.

,, ether, 169.

„ iodide for methane, 22.

„ „ from camphor, 277, 278.

„ mercaptan, 262, 292.

„ salicylate, occurrence, 40, 41, 278.

„ sulphide, 263.

„ „ and hydrogen cyanide for

methyl mercaptan, 252.

„ thiocyanate and thiocyanurate, 252.
Methylacetoacetic ester, 112, 149, 186, 196.
Methylacetosuccinic ester, a and ^, 63, 112, 186,

196.

Methylacetyl carbinol « dimethylketol, 94, 283.
Methylal, 169, 170, 171, 173, 287.
Methylamine and benzoyl chloride for benzoni-
trile, 258.
„ for ibrmic aldehyde, 174.

ff for hydrogen cyanide, 267.

„ for methane, 26.

„ for methyl alcohol, 44.

Hethyl-n-amyl ketone, 200.
Methylanthranilic methyl ester, occurrence, 42.
Methylarbutin, 146, 152, 261.
Methylbenzamide, 258.
Methylbenzyl ketone, 212.
3-Methyl-i : 2-butadidne '^ dimethyl lylene,

195, 202.
Methyl-a-cnlorethyl ketone, 95.
a-Methyl-3-cyano8uccinic ester, 113, 187, 196.
j-Methylcyclohexanol-2-carboxylic-4-acid, 285.
Methylcydohexanone «> 3-keto-i-methylhexa-

hydrobenzene, 115, 124, 130, 228.
Methyl- i-cyclohexenone-3, 1 45.
Methylcyclopropane, 71, 72.
Methyl-n-decyl ketone, 202.
Methylene bromide, 287.

„ chloride, 117, 170, 171, 173, 236.
„ iodide, 55, 56, 57, 129, 145, 170, 171,
223, 287.
Methylethenyl tricarboxylic (» propanetricarw

boxylic) acid, 62, no, 113.
Methylethylketol, 188.
Methylethyl ketone, 95, 204, 283.

„ „ for sec. butyl alcohol, 255.

9, „ from pseudobutylene, 95,

354, 255-



Methylethylacetaldehyde, 184.
Methylethylacetylene * 3-pentine, 78.
MethylethylacroleTn, 185, 186.
8-Methylethyletbylene ^ 3-penteney 78, 188,

194.
, , glycol » a : 3-di hydroxy-

pentane, 188.
i-Methyl-4-ethylonecyclohexanol-9, 285.
Methylethylpropyl carbinol «aotiye hexyl alco*

hoi, 83.
Me^hyleugenol, 140, 167, 286.
a-MeUiylglucoside, alcoholic fermentation of,
278.
„ fermentability by moulds,

49.
/9-Methylglyceric ( -o^-dihydroxybiityric) acid,

170-173, 177-179-
6-Methyiglycidic acid, 172, 188.
Methylglycollic acid, 171.
Methylglyoxal, 188.
Methylheptenol, 203.
Methylheptenone, 202, 282.

„ and methyl alcohol for di-

methylheptenoi, 86.
„ for acetone, 199, 2i89.

„ for o-cresol, 127.

,, for diacetyl, 204.

„ for erythritol, 103.

„ for liBYulic acid, 103.

„ for quinol, 151.

Methyl-n-heptyl ketone, 20L
2-Methyl-6-hexanone, 84.
Methylhexyl carbinol *» 2-octanol, 82, 84.
Methyl- n- hexyl ketone and oxime, 81, 82.
Methylhydrocotoln, 232.

„ phloroglucinol complex in,

161.
a-Methylhydroxyglutario anhydride, loi.
Methylhydroxybimesic ester, 285.
Methylisoeugenol, 140, 167.

„ for acetaldehyde, 181.

Methyl isophthalic acid, see under uyitic acid.
Methylisopropyl ketone, 194, 195, 196, 197, soo.
Methylisopropylketohexamethylene, 227.
Methyl-iS-ketohexamethylenecarboxylic ester,

227.
3-Methyl-A,-keto-R-hexene( « t-methylcyclo-3-

hexenone), 129.
Mcthylketohexenylenecarboxylic esters, 145.
i9-Methylmalic acid, 68, 114, 187, 198.
Methylmalonic(B:i6osuocinic) es^r and acid,

116, 176, 177, 187.
8-M6thyl-9-nonanol, 201.
Methyl-n-nonyl carbinol « hendecatyl alcohol,
86.
„ „ ketone, 20L

„ „ „ for the carbinol, 85.

Methyloxalacetic ester, 114, 187, 198.
Methylparapropiocoumaric acid, 137.
4-Methylpentanoic acid for isohexyl alcohol,

82.
4-Methylphenol-2 : 5-dicarboxylic (« s-hy-

droxymethylterephthalic) acid, 132.
5-Methylphenol-2 : 4-dicarboxylic (— m-hy-

droxyuvltic) acid, 129.
Methylphenyl carbinol - styrolyl alcohol, 118,
984.
„ ., for styrene, 34, 35.

a-Methyl-/3-phenylhydroxypropionic acid, 212.
i9-Methylpimelic acid, 227.
Methylpropyl carbinol, 77, 281.

„ ketone, 60, 62, 64, 77, 78, 188,

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Methylpropylaoetaldehyde, 185, 988.
Methylpropyl-acetoacetic ester, 178.
a-Methylp^opyl-^-hydroxy butyric acid, 178.
Methylpurpuroxanthin, 14a, 24L
a-Methylpyridine — a-picoline, 83.
N-Methylpyrrole, 100, loi.
3-(i9).MethylpyiTolidine, 38.
N-Methylpyrrolidine, 100, loa.
N - MethylpyiTolidine-9 - carboxylic ( « hygric)

acid, loa.
Methylsuccinamic acid, zoi.
Methylsuccinimide, loi.
Methylterephthalio ( -> a-xylic) add, 30, 193.
^-Methyltetramethylenediamine, 38.
a-Methyltetronic ( « tetrinic) acid, 149.
Methyl-m-toluyl ketone, 131.
0' Methyl -N- trimethylpyrrolidyl • ammonium

iodide, 38.
Methylumbelliferone, 14a.

„ for psBonol, 931.

Methyl\mdecyl ketone, 909.
Methysticin, 49.
MHroxyUm sagu, 949.
Menm cUhamaniicum, 104.
Mezcalln, 159.
Mierocoecua aeidi panUAcUciy saccharose ferment,

69.
Milk, alcohol in curdled, 979.

„ anaerobic putrefaction, 53, 119, 959.

„ fermentation by Bacillus butyricusy 70.

,, fusel oil in, 80.
Milk-sugar, acetone f^om, by fermentation, 193.

„ „ fermentability, 47, 50, 51.

„ ,, hydrolysis of, 945.

„ ., methane fermentation of, 9z.
Mint oil, see under Mentha and Mcnarda,
Mitchelia repenSf a6a,
Monarda didyma^ 136.

„ fitbOMa, 98, 37, 135, 136, 158, 935.
„ punctato, 98, 37, 135, 136.
MmUia Candida, alcoholic ferment, 47, 5a

„ „ resolution of saccharose by,

344-
,1 „ trehalose ferment, 945.

„ javanicaf from Javan * raggi,' 49.
„ „ resolution of saccharose by, 944.

„ sitophUa, alcoholic ferment, 50.
„ {?)ntophila, saccharification of starch

by, 946.
„ used for Japanese ' awamori,' 49.
„ varidbUiSf alcoholic ferment, 47.
Monkshood, 104.
Mono&opa hfpopiiys, 41.
Morin, 149, 160.
Morinda umbOaia, 941.

Moms tinctoria ■» Madura aumn^toco, 139, 149.
Moda japonicaf 136.

Mould-fungi as alcoholic ferments, 49.
Mountain-ash berries, sorbitol in, 106.
„ „ flowers, 963.

„ savory, 135.
Mucobromic acid, 149, 145, i^, 335.
ifucor ottemans, alcoholic ferment, 49, 978.
„ fi' and y-amylomyces, starch saccharifica-
tion by, 945, 946.
„ eambodia iVom Chinese yeast, 49.
„ „ starch saccharification by, 946.
„ eiretnellofde$, alcoholic ferment, 49.
„ I, aldehyde producer, 174.

„ dubiM$ from Jaran ' raggi,* 49.
„ erectuB, alcoholic ferment, 49.
„ „ starch hydrolyser, 945.
„ Industrial production of dextrose by, 945.



Mucor javanicHB from Jaran ' raggi,* 49.

„ mucedOy alcoholic ferment, 49.

„ racemosus, alcoholic ferment, 49.

„ „ aldehyde producer, 174.

„ „ glycerol producer, 97.

„ „ resolution of saccharose by, 944.

„ (Amifiomyoes) rouxii from Chinese yeast, 49.

tt n )» starch hydrolyser, 945.

„ species as alcoholic ferments, 49.

„ tpinosus, alcoholic ferment, 49.

„ 8io!oni/erf alcoholic ferment, 49.

„ „ from * koji ' ferment, 49.
Muscle, dextrose in, 946.
Mustard oil, carbon disulphide in, 951.

„ oils, see under respective isothio-
cyanates.
Mycohlastus sanguinariuSf 49, 43.
Mycod$rma aceti, 93.

,1 fermentation by, 48.
„ vini, glycerol producer, 97.
Mydau8 mareheif Philippine badger, 953.
Myopcrum platyearputn, 104.
Myreia (Eugenia^ acriSf 158.
Myrica cerifera, sc, 96.

n Ooie» 159-

„ nagi » iapida, &c., 159.
Myricetin, 159, z6o.
Myristic acid for heptacosane, 98.

„ I, for n-hexane, 79, 81.

„ „ for suberic adcL 81.

„ )» for tetradecyl alcohol, 86.

„ aldehyde for tetradecyl alcohol, 86.
MyrisHoafiagranBf 36.
Myronate, potassium » sinlgrin, 956.
Myrosin, 956.
Myrooeylcn {Toluifnra) pereirm, 107.

„ toluiferum, 107.
Myrticolorin - oeyritrin, 138.
Myrtle oil, 36, 99.
Myrhu eheken^ 99.

,y communis, 36, 99.

Naphthalene, 39.

„ for anthraoehe, 936.

„ for benzaldehyde, 911.

„ for benzonitrile, 9ii, 959.

„ for m-cresol, 130.

„ for m-hy droxybenzaldehyde, 215.

„ for phenol, 199.

„ for phthalic acid, 115, 984.

„ for toluene, 114, Z15.

„ from ethyl alcohol, 987.

„ syntheses of, 165, 166.

I :5-Naphtha1enedisulphonicacid, 167.
Naphthalenedisulphonic and nitrodisulphonlc

acids, 115.
Kaphthalene-a-8ulphonic add and amide, 199.
Kaphthalene-/9-sulphonic add and amide, 193.
Naphthalenetrisulphonic adds, heteronucleal,

130.
a-Kaphthaquinone, 167, z68.
a-Naphthol and acetate, 199.
1 : 5-Naphthol8ulphonic add, 167.
a-Kaphthylamine, 168.
Naphthylaminesulphonic and disulphonic

adds, Z15, 199.
1 : 5-Naphthylamine8ulphonic acid, 167.
1 : 8-Naphthylaminesulphonic acid and sultone,

167.
X : 4-Naphthylenediamine, 168.
Narcotine, 140, 159.

Naringin « aurantiin, phloroglucinol complex
in, 160.



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Nasal secretion ) thiocyanate in, 269.

Nasturtium c^fficinalef 960.

Nauelea^ species of, 41.

Nedandra rodioei, 194.

N6roli oil, 37, 41, 49, 87-90, 118, 974, 978, 989,

984, 988.
Ngai camphor, Chinese, 973.
Niauli oil, 90, gi^ 905.
NigriUUa auareoUnSy 919.
m-Nitraniline, 143.
o-Nitraniline, 149, 914.
p-Ni tramline, 150, 930.
o-Nitroacetophenone, 913, 914, 998, 999.
p-Nitroacetophenone, 930.
a-Nitroacetophenone-oxime « ^-styrene nitro-

site, 993.
I : 4-Nitroacetnaphthalide, 168.
a-(4)-Nitroalizarin, 941.
/9-Nitroalizarin, 940.
5-Nitro-9-aminobenzoic acid, 147, 933.
3-Nitro-4-aminoethylbenzene, 135.
9-Nitro-4-aminophenylacetic acid, 134, 148.
6-Nltro-3-amino-p-toluic acid, 195, 197.
5-Nitro-3-amino-p-xylene, 156.
o-NitroanisoIe, 140, 141, 149, 990.
a-Nitroanthraquinone, 938, 939.
a-Nitroanthraquinonesulphonic acid, 939.
p-Nitrobenzaldehyde diaoetate, 917.
o-Nitrobenzaldoxime, 134, 148.
p-Nitrobenzaldoxime, 916, 917, 918.
Nitrobenzene, i9o, 149, 143, 150, i63i 3X4) ^17,

919.
Nitrobenzeneeulphonic acids, 143, 990.
m-Nitrobenzoio acid, i9i, 199, 147, 936.
o-Nitrobenzoic acid, i9i, 194, 147, 148, 914,

ai5, 333.
p-Nitrobenzoic acid, 930.
m-Nitrobenzoic aldehyde, I9i, 199, 130, 915,

990, 999.
o-Nitrobenzoio aldehyde, 117, 134, 147, 148,
914.
,, ,, for saligenin, 117.

p-Nitrobenzoic aldehyde, 916, 917, 918, 930,

990.
o-Nitrobenzonitrile, 915.
p-Nitrobenzonitrile, 930.
o-Nitrobenzoyl chloride, 974.
p-Nitrobenzoyl chloride, 917, 930, 969.
o-Nitrobenzoylacetoacetic ester, 914.
p-Nitrobenzoylacetoacetic ester, 930.
o-Nitrobenzyl alcohol, 117.
p-Nitrobenzyl alcohol, 917.
o-Nitrobenzyl chloride, 117.
p-Nitrobenzylacetamide, 969.
p-Nitrobenzylamine, 969.
p-Nitrobenzylaniline and sulpho-acid, 917.
^-^-Nitrobenzylhydroxylamine, 917.
m-Nitrobenzylidene chloride, 199.



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