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Chem., 29, 1899, 449-490.

Dittrich, E[rnst]. Einwirkung von Pikrylchlorid auf
Natriumacetessigsaureester. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber.,
23, 1890, 2720-2725.

Dittrich, Gustav. Ueber verwandtschaftliche Beziehungen
zwischen Pezizen und Helvellen. Breslau, Schles. Ges.
Jber., 1897 (Abth. 2b), 16-19.

Zur Entwickelungsgeschichte der Helvellineen. [1898.]

Cohn, Beitr. Biol. Pflanz. , 8, 1902, 17-52.

Dittrich, H. Die Erforschung des Finke Eiver durch
D. LINDSAYS Expedition. Petermann, Mitth., 32, 1886,
213-215.

Dittrich, [Georg Paul] Max. Ueber einige Aether der
Benziloxime. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 23, 1890, 3589-
3608.

Ueber das symmetrische p-Dichlorbenzophenon und
sein Oxim. Liebig's Ann.. 264, 1891, 174-178.

Das Wasser der Heidelberger Wasserleitung in

chemisch-geologischer und bacteriologischer Beziehung.

Heidelb. Nat. Med. Verb., 5, 1897, 491-548.
Beitrage zur Gesteinsanalyse. [1894.] Heidelb., Geol.

Landesanst. Mitt., 3, 1899, 75-105.
Die Quellen des Neckarthales bei Heidelberg in geo-

logisch-chemischer Beziehung. [1900.] Heidelb. ,. Geol.

Landesanst. Mitt., 4, 1903, 63-81.
Dittrich, [Georg Paul] Max, & Auwers, Karl [Friedrich].

See Auwers & Dittrich.
Dittrich, [Georg Paul] Max, & Demuth, Robert. See

Demuth & Dittrich.
Dittrich, [Georg Paul] Max, & Meyer, Victor. Ueber die

Abkommlinge desDinitrophenylessigesters. Liebig's Ann.,

264, 1891, 129-149 ; 266, 1891, 29-30.



Dittrich, Paul. Ueber eine seltenere Form von Entwicke-

lungs-Anomalie im Bereiche des Zungenbeins. Ztschr.

Heilk., 5, 1884, 71-82.
Ueber zwei seltenere, auf mangelhafte Involution des

Ductus omphalomesaraicus zu beziehende Darmbefunde.

Ztschr. Heilk., 6, 1885, 277-286.
Ueber einige Variantenbildungen im Bereiche des

Arcus aortas. Ztschr. Heilk., 7, 1886, 65-72.
Ueber das Ehinosclerom. Ztschr. Heilk., 8, 1887,

251-274.
Ein Beitrag zur Pathogenese der acuten allgemeinen

Miliartuberculose. [1887.] Ztschr. Heilk., 9, 1888, 97-

104.
Zur Aetiologie des Ehinoskleroms. Centrbl. Bakt., 5,

1889, 145-156.
Ueber das Verhalten der Musculatur des puerperalen

Uterus unter pathologischen Verhaltnissen. [1889.]

Ztschr. Heilk., 10, 1890, 15-94.
Ueber einen Fall von eiteriger Parotitis und deren

etwaigen Zusammenhang mit ausseren Verletzungen.

Ztschr. Heilk., 12, 1891, 269-280.
Ueber methamoglobinbildende Gifte. [1891.] Arch.

Exper. Path., 29, 1892, 247-281.
Ueber Hitzschlag mit todtlichem Ausgang. Ztschr.

Heilk., 14, 1893, 279-302.
Dittrich, R. Ueber Andrena praecox ? und Astacus fluvia-

tilis ? mit theilweise mannlichen Kennzeichen. Ztschr.

Ent. (Breslau), 13, 1888, 4-5.
Ein Cyklop von Apis mellifica, L. Ztschr. Ent.

(Breslau), 16, 1890, 21-25.
Dittus, W. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Pleistocauen Fauna

Oberschwabens. Wiirttemb. Jhefte., 41, 1885, 306-309;

45, 1889, 359-360.

Vorkommen von Tetrao tetrix, L., im Allgau. Wiirt-
temb. Jhefte., 42, 1886, 347-348.

Ueber einen erratischen Block aus abnormem Gneiss,



gefunden 1894 bei Kisslegg. Wiirttemb. Jhefte., 52, 1896,

417-418.
Ditz, Hugo. Versuch einer Erklarung fiir den Process der

Bildung des Chlorkalks und seiner Zusammensetzung.

Chem. Ztg., 22, 1898, 7-9.
Ueber die Bromaufnahme der Phenole. Ztschr. Angew.

Chem., 1899, 1155-1156.
Zur Bestimmung des Metakresols in Kresolgemischen.

Ztschr. Angew. Chem. , 1900, 1050-1052.
Ditz, Hugo, & Cedivoda, Franz. Ueber das Verhalten

des Phenols und der isomeren Kresole gegen Brom mit

Eiicksicht auf deren quantitative Bestimmung in ihren

Gemischen. Ztschr. Angew. Chem., 1899, 873-877, 897-

902.
Ditz, Hugo, & Clauser, Robert. Ueber eine Neuerung in

der Analyse des Lysols, Creolins und ahnlicher Producte.

Chem. Ztg., 22, 1898, 732-734.

Ditz, Hugo, & Donath, Eduard. See Donath & Ditz.
Ditz, Hugo, & Knopfelxnacher, Heinrich. Jodometrische

Methode zur Untersuchung von Chlorat-Hypochlorit-

Gemischen. Ztschr. Angew. Chem., 1899, 1195-1198,

1217-1220.
Ditzler, Franz. Beitrag zur Diagnose der Pfefferfal-

schungen. Arch. Pharm., 224, 1886, 103-105.
Ueber die Chromate des Strychnins. Arch. Pharm.,

224, 1886, 105-109.
Ueber das Verhalten des Morphins gegen Kalium-

chromate. Arch. Pharm., 224, 1886, 701-705.
Diverneresse, . Aseptisation des terres contamine'es

avant leur transport et leur mise en culture. Ann. Hyg.

Publ., 31, 1894, 235-257.

Divers, Edward. *Theory of the constitution of fulmi-
nates. [1883.] Chem. Soc. JL, 45, 1884, 19-24, 721.

The origin of calcium thiosulphate : an emendatory

note to a paper on the calcium hydrosulphides. Chem.

Soc. JL, 45, 1884, 696-698.
The remarkable sunsets. Nature, 29, 1884, 283-284.



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On the changes in alkali-waste which govern the

recovery of its sulphur. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl. , 3, 1884,

550-554.
*Chemical composition of Japanese and other tea.

[1883.] Japan Asiat. Soc. Trans., 12, 1885, 24-28.
On the constitution of fulminates. [With a note

by Dr. ARMSTRONG.] [1884.) Chem. Soc. Jl., 47, 1885,

77-80.
The constitution of some non-saturated oxygenous

salts, and the reaction of phosphorus oxychloride with

sulphites and nitrites. Chem. Soc. Jl., 47, 1885, 205-

235, 938.
How selenium gets into hydrochloric acid. Soc.

Chem. Ind. Jl., 4, 1885, 33.
Ueber das Verhalten von seleniger zu schwefliger

Saure. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 19, 1886, 1369-1370.
The formation of hyponitrites : a reply. Chem. Soc.



Proc., 3, 1887, 119-121.
The manufacture of calomel in Japan. Soc. Chem.

Ind. Jl., 13, 1894, 108-111 ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 7, 1895,

1-14.
The acid sulphate of hydroxylamine. Chem. Soc.

Jl., 67, 1895, 226-227; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. Jl., 7, 1895,

249-250.
Ueber das Verhalten der Benzsulfhydroxamsaure

gegen Alkali. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 29, 1896, 2324.

Hyponitrous acid. Chem. News, 76, 1897, 118.
Zur Kenntuiss der untersalpetrigen Saure. Liebig's

Ann., 295, 1897, 366-370.
Die Verbindung von Ammoniumnitrat niit Ammoniak.

Ztschr. Physikal. Chem., 26, 1898, 430-432.
Absorption of nitric oxide in gas analysis. [1898.]

Chem. Soc. Jl., 75, 1899 (Pt. 1), 82-83; Tokyo, Coll. Sci.

Jl., 11, 1898-99, 9.
Interaction of nitric oxide with silver nitrate. [1898.]

Chem. Soc. Jl., 75, 1899 (Pt. 1), 83-85, (Pt. 2), 1219;

Tokyo, Coll. Sci. Jl., 11, 1898-99, 11-13.
Preparation of pure alkali nitrites. [1898.] Chem.

Soc. Jl., 75, 1899 (Pt. 1), 85-87 ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. Jl.,

11, 1898-99, 15-18.

Reduction of an alkali nitrite by an alkali metal.



[1898.] Chem. Soc. Jl., 75, 1899 (Pt. 1), 87-95, (Pt. 2),
1219 ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. Jl., 11, 1898-99, 19-32.

Hyponitrites ; their properties, and their preparation

by sodium or potassium. [1898 ] Chem. Soc. Jl., 75,
1899 (Pt. 1), 95-125, (Pt. 2), 1219; Chem. Soc. Proc.,
14, 1899, 223-225; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. Jl., 11, 1898-99,
33-81.

The interaction of magnesium and solution of copper

sulphate. [1898.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 14, 1899, 57-59,
xxxv.

The colour of alkali nitrites. [1900.] Chem. Soc.
Proc., 16, 1901, 40.

Solubility of mixed potassium nitrite and nitrate.



[1900.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 16, 1901, 40.

Products of the action of sulphur dioxide on ammonia.

[1900.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 16, 1901, 104-105.

Divers, Edward, & Hada, Seihachi. Ethyl ammonium
selenite and the non-existence of amidoselenites (seleno-
samates). [1899.] Chem. Soc. Jl., 75, 1899 (Pt. 1),
537-541; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. Jl., 11, 1898-99, 205-212.

Divers, Edward, & Haga, Tamemasa. On hyponitrites.
Chem. Soc. JL, 45, 1884, 78-87.

Note on the action of stannous chloride upon nitric

acid. Chem. News, 52, 1885, 86.

Conversion of PELOUZE'S nitrosulphates into hypo-
nitrites and sulphites. Chem. Soc. JL, 47, 1885, 203-
205.

The formation of hyponitrites from nitric oxide.

Chem. Soc. JL, 47, 1885, 361-364, 938.

The existence of barium and lead nitrososulphates.

Chem. Soc. JL, 47, 1885, 364-365.

On the behaviour of stannous chloride towards nitric



oxide, and towards nitric acid. Chem. Soc. JL, 47, 1885,
623-630, 938.

Preliminary note on the reaction between mercurous

nitrate and nitric oxide, and between mercurous nitrate
and nitrites. Chem. Soc. Proc., 1, 1885, 95-96, iii.

Reduction of nitrites to hydroxylamine by hydrogen

sulphide. [1886.] Chem. Soc. JL, 51, 1887, 48-51 ;
Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 1, 1887, 109-112.

The reaction between sulphites and nitrites of metals

other than potassium. Chem. Soc. Jl. , 51, 1887, 659-
663 ; Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 20, 1887, 1992-1996.

Oxyamidosulphonates and their conversion into hypo-
nitrites. [1889.] Chem. oc. JL, 55, 1889, 760-773,
789; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 3, 1890, 211-229.

Imidosulphonates. Chem. Soc. JL, 61, 1892, 943-

988; 63, 1893, [1453]; 69, 1896, 1620-1634, [1756];
Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 6, 1894, 49-113 ; 9, 1895-98, 195-
217.

Oximidosulphonates or sulphazotates. Chem. Soc.



JL, 65, 1894, 523-572, [1059] ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 7,
1895, 15-86.

Potassium nitrososulphate. [1895.] Chem. Soc. JL,

67, 1895, 452-459 ; Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 28, 1895,
996-1004, 2331 ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 9, 1895-98, 85-
95.

Sodium nitrososulphate. [1895.] Chem. Soc. JL,

67, 1895, 1095-1097 ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 9, 1895-98,
97-100.

The constitution of the nitrososulphates. [1895.]
Chem. Soc. JL, 67, 1895, 1098-1104 ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci.
JL, 9, 1895-98, 101-110.

The reduction of nitrososulphates. [1896.] Chem.

Soc. JL, 69, 1896, 1610-1620, [1756]; 71, 1897 (Pt. 2),
1241 ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 9, 1895-98, 277-290.

Amidosulphonic acid. Chem. Soc. JL, 69, 1896,

1634-1653, [1756] ; 71, 1897 (Pt. 2), 1241 ; Tokyo, Coll.
Sci. JL, 9, 1895-98, 219-257.

Economical preparation of hydroxylamine sulphate.

Chem. Soc. JL, 69, 1896, 1665-1666 ; 71, 1897 (Pt. 2),
1241 ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 9, 1895-98, 291-293.

Preparation of hyponitrite from nitrite through
hydroxyamidosulphonate. [1898.] Chem. Soc. JL, 75,
1899 (Pt. 1), 77-82; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 11, 1898-99,
1-8.

Potassium nitrito-hydroximidosulphates and the non-
existence of dihydroxylamine derivatives. [1900.] Chem.
Soc. JL, 77, 1900 (Pt. 1), 432-440 ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL,
13, 1900-01, 211-224.

Identification and constitution of FRKMY'S sulphazo-



tised salts of potassium, [his sulphazate, sulphazite, etc.].
[1900.] Chem. Soc. JL, 77, 1900 (Pt. 1), 440-446; Tokyo,
Coll. Sci. JL, 13, 1900-01, 225-233.

The interaction between sulphites and nitrites. [1900.]

Chem. Soc. JL, 77, 1900 (Pt. 1), 673-691 ; Tokyo, Coll.
Sci. JL, 13, 1900-01, 281-310.

Decomposition of hydroxyamidosulphates by copper

sulphate. [1900.] Chem. Soc. JL, 77, 1900 (Pt. 2),
978-984; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 13, 1900-01, 497-506.

Divers, Edward, & Kawakita, Michitada. *0n the con-
stitution of the fulminates. [1883.] Chem. Soc. JL,
45, 1884, 13-19.

On LIEBIG'S production of fulminating silver without

the use of nitric acid. [1883-84.] Chem. Soc. JL, 45,
1884, 27-30, 76-77.

On the decomposition of silver fulminate by hydro-
chloric acid. [1884.] Chem. Soc. JL, 45, 1884, 75-76 ;
47, 1885, 69-77.

On the composition of Japanese bird-lime. Chem.

Soc. JL, 53, 1888, 268-277; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 2,
1889, 17-30.

Divers, Edward, & Nakamura, Teikichi. On an ap-
parently new hydrocarbon from distilled Japanese
petroleum. Chem. Soc. JL, 47, 1885, 924-926.



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Divers, Edward, & Ogawa, Masataka. Ethyl ammonium-
sulphite. Chem. Soc. Jl., 75, 1899 (Pt. I), 533-537;

Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 11, 1898-99, 197-204.
Ammonium amidosulphite. [1900.] Chem. Soc. Jl.,

77, 1900 (Pt. 1), 327-335; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 13,

1900-01, 187-199.
Products of heating ammonium sulphites, thiosulphate,

and trithionate. [1900.] Chem. Soc. JL, 77, 1900 (Pt. 1),

335-340 ; Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 13, 1900-01, 201-209.
Ammonium imidosulphite. [1900.] Chem. Soc.

Proc., 16, 1901, 113.
Divers, Edward, & Shimidzu, Tetsukichi. On calcium

hydrosulphides. Chem. Soc. JL, 45, 1884, 270-291, 721.
Magnesium hydrosulphide solution, and its use in

chemico-legal cases as a source of hydrogen sulphide.

Chem. Soc. JL, 45, 1884, 699-702.
On the use of sulphuric acid in place of nitric acid to

oxidise sulphides for the estimation of their metals.

Chem. News, 51, 1885, 193.
Beactions of selenious acid with hydrogen sulphide,

and of sulphurous acid with hydrogen selenide. Chem.

Soc. JL, 47, 1885, 441-447; Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber.,

18, 1885, 1212-1219, 2510.
The specific action of a mixture of sulphuric and

nitric acids upon zinc in the production of hydroxyl-

amine. Chem. Soc. JL, 47, 1886, 597-623, 938.

On the constitution and reactions of liquid nitric



peroxide. Chem. Soc. JL, 47, 1885, 630-636, 938.
On the action of pyrosulphuric acid upon certain



metals. Chem. Soc. JL, 47, 1885, 636-639.
Mercury sulphites, and the constitution of sulphites.

Chem. Soc. JL, 49, 1886, 533-590, [877].
Mercury sulphites, and the constitution of oxygenous

salts. [1886.] Tokyo, Coll. Sci. JL, 1, 1887, 101-107.
Divers, Edward, & Bhimose, Masachika. On the reaction

between hydrogen chloride and selenium sulphoxide.

Chem. Soc. JL, 45, 1884, 194-197, 721; Berlin, Chem.

Ges. Ber., 17, 1884, 862-865.
Selenium selenochloride. Chem. Soc. JL, 45, 1884,

198-200 ; Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 17, 1884, 866-868.
On selenium sulphoxide. Chem. Soc. JL, 45, 1884,

201-204 ; Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 17, 1884, 858-862.
A new and simple method for the quantitative

separation of tellurium from selenium. Chem. Soc. JL,

47, 1885, 439-441, 938; Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 18,

1885, 1209-1211, 2510.
Divine, Julia. Ueber die Athmung des Krotenherzens.

Arch. Anat. Physiol. (Physiol. Abth.), 1898, 533-534 ;

Jl. Physiol., 23, 1898-99, [12]-[13] ; Schweiz. Natf. Ges.

Verb., 1898, 124-125.
Divine, R[obert] E. A process for the determination of

carbon dioxide in carbonates. Amer. Chem. Soc. JL,

22, 1900, 473-476.
A method of determining free alkali in soaps. Amer.

Chem. Soc. JL, 22, 1900, 693-695.
Divii, J[oh.] V[inc.]. Saccharisation des Biibensaftes auf

barometrischer Grundlage. Ztschr. Zuckerind. Bohm.,

10, 1885-86, 1-3.
Eudiometer zur Untersuchung des Saturationsgases.

Ztschr. Zuckerind. Bohm., 10, 1885-86, 173-177.
Automatische Controle der Abdampfstationen, etc.,

mittelst des Bareoskops mit kreisformiger Scala. [1892.]

Ztschr. Ver. Riibenzuckerind. , 43, 1893, 43-46.
Divis, Julius. Einiges iiber Seildraht und Drahtseile.

Oesterr. Ztschr. Bergwesen, 48, 1900, 561-567, 578-582,

591-594.
Dix, Francis. Observations on rainfall. Norf. Norw. Nat.

Soc. Trans., 4, 1889, 676-677.
Dix, Tandy L. On the correlation of alcohol, rheumatism

and phthisis. N. Y. Med. JL, 42, 1885, 182-185.
Comments on Dr. DETTWEILEK'S method of treating

pulmonary consumption. N. Y. Med. JL, 47, 1888,

463.



- Predisposition in tuberculosis. N. Y. Med. JL, 48,

1888, 292-294.

Dixey, Frederick Augustus. On the phylogenetic signifi-
cance of the wing-markings in certain genera of the

NymphalidsB. Ent. Soc. Trans., 1890, 89-129.
Preliminary note on the relation of the ungual corium

to the periosteum of the ungual phalanx. [1892.] Boy.

Soc. Proc., 52, 1893, 392-393.
On the phylogenetic significance of the variations

produced by difference of temperature in Vanessa Atalanta.

[An appendix to Mr. MEKRIFIELD'S paper, p. 55.] Ent.

Soc. Trans., 1893, 69-73.
On the relation of mimetic characters to the original

form. Brit. Ass. Bep., 1894, 692-693.
On the epidermis of the plantar surface and the

question of use-inheritance. Brit. Ass. Bep., 1894,

698.
On the phylogeny of the Pierinae, as illustrated by

their wing-markings and geographical distribution. Ent.

Soc. Trans., 1894, 249-334.
Mr. MERKIFIELD'S experiments in temperature-variation

as bearing on theories of heredity. Ent. Soc. Trans.,

1894, 439-446.
Some aspects of hibernation. [1896.] Ent. Becord,

7, 1895-96, 169-173.
On the relation of mimetic patterns to the original

form. Ent. Soc. Trans., 1896, 65-79.
Mimetic attraction. [With discussion.] Ent. Soc.

Trans., 1897, 317-332, xxvii-xxxii, xxxiv-xlvii.

Lepidoptera, with remarks on local and seasonal

forms in the genus Byblia, Hilbn. Zool. Soc. Proc.,
1898, 372-383.

[On a collection of insects and arachnids made in

1895 and 1897 by Mr. C. V. A. PEEL, F.Z.S., in
Somaliland, with descriptions of new species.] 3. Lepi-
doptera Bhopalocera. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1900, 10-17.

Dixey, Frederick Augustus, Burr, Malcolm, & Fickard-
Cambridge, (Eev.) Frederick Octavius. On a collection
of insects and arachnids made by Mr. E. N. BENNETT in
Socotra, with descriptions of new species. Zool. Soc.
Proc., 1898, 372-391.

Dixon, A[lfred] C[ardeio]. On ABEL'S theorem. Quart.
Jl. Math., 22, 1887, 200-204.

On twisted cubics which fulfil certain given conditions.

Quart. Jl. Math., 23, 1889, 343-357.

On twisted cubics. Quart. Jl. Math., 24, 1890,

30-54.

On the doubly periodic functions arising out of the

curve x 3 + y s - Saxy - 1. Quart. Jl. Math. , 24, 1890, 167-

233.
On the general equation of a conicoid that has double

contact with two given conicoids. Quart. Jl. Math., 26,

1893, 207-211.
Extension of a theorem in plane geometry. Quart.

Jl. Math., 26, 1893, 212-214.
On twisted cubics and the cubic transformation of

elliptic functions. Messenger Math., 23, 1894, 94-96.

Geometrical proof of a theorem of convergency.

[1894.] Cambridge Phil. Soc. Proc., 8, 1895, 217-218.

On a theorem of JACOBI in dynamics. Quart. Jl.

Math., 27, 1895, 362-366.

On the singular solutions of simultaneous ordinary



differential equations and the theory of congruencies.

[1894.] Phil. Trans. (A), 186, 1896, 523-565.
Cartesian ovals. Quart. Jl. Math., 28, 1896, 375-

376.
A protective proof of the anharmonic property of

tangents to a plane cubic. Messenger Math., 26, 1897,

53-54.
On a point in the calculus of variations. Messenger

Math., 26, 1897, 54-56.
The reduction of the second variation of an integral.

Messenger Math. , 26, 1897, 65-79.



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On a method of discussing the plane sections of

surfaces. [1896.] Cambridge Phil. Soc. Proc., 9, 1898,

198-200.
On LIE'S solution of a partial differential equation of

the first order. [1897.] Cambridge Phil. Soc. Proc., 9,

1898, 279-292.
On the partial differential equation of the second

order. Brit. Ass. Eep., 1899, 646.

The polygons of PONCELET and WEILL'S theorem.

[1897.] Math. Gaz., 1, 1900, 121-123.

On the expression of sin as an infinite product.

[1897.] Math. Gaz., 1, 1900, 130-131.

123 m

Note on the formula T (n) = Limm n . Vr \

m= n(n + l) ... (n + m)
[1898.] Math. Gaz., 1, 1900, 189-190.

The reduction of a linear substitution to its canonical

form. [1899.] London Math. Soc. Proc., 31, 1900, 170-
176.

On the integration of systems of total differential

equations. [1899.] London Math. Soc. Proc., 31, 1900,
177-182.

On AMPERE'S equation Er + 2Ss + Tt+U (rt - s 2 ) = V.

[1899.] London Math. Soc. Proc., 31, 1900, 332-350.
Notes on the theory of automorphic functions.

London Math. Soc. Proc., 31, 1900, 297-314.

On certain deformable frameworks. Messenger Math.,
29, 1900, 1-21.

On simultaneous partial differential equations. [1899.]
Phil. Trans. (A), 195, 1901, 151-191.

Dixon, A[ndrew] Francis. On the arrangement of the

mesenteries in the genus Sagartia, Gosse. [1888.]

Dublin Soc. Sci. Proc., 6, 1888-90, 136-142.
A method of microscopic reconstruction. Jl. Anat.

Physiol., 28, 1894, xvii-xviii.
Note on the mesenteries of actinians. Quart. Jl.

Micr. Sci., 35, 1894, 551-553.
Connection of the facial with the glosso-pharyngeal

nerve. Jl. Anat. Physiol., 29, 1895, xxx-xxxi.
On the development of the branches of the fifth

cranial nerve in man. [1895.] Roy. Soc. Proc., 57,

1895, 488-490; Dublin Soc. Sci. 'Trans., 6, 1898,

19-76.
Abnormal distribution of the nervus dorsalis scapulae,

and of certain of the intercostal nerves. Jl. Anat.

Physiol., 30, 1896, 209-210.

Ossification of the third trochanter in man. Jl. Anat.



on the aldehyde-ammonias. Chem. Soc. JL, 53, 1888
411-421.

Note on benzyldithiourethane. Chem. Soc. Proc. , 4,



Physiol., 30, 1896, 502-504.
A rare condition of the vermiform appendix. Jl. Anat.

Physiol., 31, 1897, 442-445.
Mode of development of the fourth nerve in the rat

embryo. [1897.] Jl. Anat. Physiol., 32, 1898, xviii.
The form of the empty bladder. Anat. Anz., 15, 1899,

405-406 ; Jl. Anat. Physiol., 33, 1899, xxx.
The sensory distribution of the facial nerve in man.

Jl. Anat. Physiol., 33, 1899, 471-492.
The form of the empty bladder, and its connections

with the peritoneum ; together with a note on the form

of the prostate. Jl. Anat. Physiol., 34, 1900, 182-197.
Certain surface markings of the calvarium, and their

significance. [1900.] Jl. Anat. Physiol., 35, 1901,

1-lii.
Dixon, A[ndrew~\ Francis, & Dixon, George Y[eates\. See

below.
Dixon, A[rthur~] L[ee], On a theorem for confocal bicircular

quartics and cyclides corresponding to IVORY'S theorem

for confocal conies and conicoids. London Math. Soc.

Proc., 24, 1893, 306-317.
- The potential of cyclides. London Math. Soc. Proc.,

27, 1896, 226-249.

Note on the potential of rings. London Math. Soc.

Proc., 28, 1897, 439-442.
Dixon, August us Edward. The action of tsothiocyanates



1888, 34.

An improved apparatus for use in drying combustion-
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Contributions to our knowledge of the tsothiocyanates.

Chem. Soc. Jl., 55, 1889, 300-305.

Further study of the thiocarbimides. Chem. Soc. Jl.,



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Note on a phenylic salt of phenylthiocarbamic acid.

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New benzylic derivatives of thiocarbamide. Chem.

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Chemistry of the compounds of thiourea and thio-
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Isomerism amongst the substituted thioureas. Chem.

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Action of bromine on allylthiocarbimide. Chem. Soc.



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Desulphurisation of the substituted thioureas. Chem.
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An isomeric form of benzylphenylbenzylthiourea.
Chem. Soc. Jl., 63, 1893, 538-540.

Action between thiourea and some haloi'd derivatives
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Substitution-derivatives of urea and thiourea. Chem.



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Acidylthiocarbimides. Chem. Soc. JL, 67, 1895,

1040-1049.

The chemistry of dibromopropylthiocarbimide ; and
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Acidic thiocarbimides, thioureas, and ureas. Chem.



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Halogen-substituted acidic thiocarbimides, and their
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Note on certain isomeric tertiary benzylthioureas.

Chem. Soc. JL, 75, 1899 (Pt. 1), 373-375.

On LOSSNER'S benzoylethyloxysulphocarbamic acid ;
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Action of metallic thiocyanates on certain substituted
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Dixon, Augustus Edward, & Doran, Robert Elliot. De-
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Chem. Soc. JL, 67, 1895, 565-575.

Dixon, Augustus Edward, & Hartog, Marcus M. See
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Dixon, Charles. The ornithology of St. Kilda. Ibis, 3,
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Bird architecture. Nature, 31, 1885, 533.

Dixon, Edward Maxwell. For biographical notice see

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The limits of animal intelligence. Nature, 46, 1892,

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