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Carlisle, E. J. Discussion of pulmonary haemorrhage.
^Etiological and pathological conditions. N. Y. Med.
Jl., 64, 1896, 216-218.

Carlisle, W. C. *[Notes meteorologiques.] Stonyhurst.
France Soc. Meteorol. Nouv. M6teorol., 9, 1876, Pt. 2,
188.

Carlisle, W. W. Professor MAKVIN'S weighing rain and
snow gauge. [1898.] U. S. Weath. Bur. Bull., 24, 1899,
131-135.

Carll, John F. *Keport of progress in the Venango oil
district, 1874. Pennsylvania Geol. Surv. Rep., [I], 1875,
5-49.

*0il well records and levels. Pennsylvania Geol.

Surv. Rep., II, 1877, 398 pp.

- *The geology of the oil regions of Warren, Venango,
Clarion, and Butler counties, including surveys of the
Garland and Panama conglomerates in Warren and
Crawford, and in Chautauqua Co., N. Y., descriptions of
oil well rig and tools, and a discussion of the preglacial
and postglacial drainage of the Lake Erie country. Penn-
sylvania Geol. Surv. Rep., [Ill], 1880, 482 pp.

*Geological report on Warren county and the neigh-
bouring oil regions, with additional oil well records.
Pennsylvania Geol. Surv. Rep., [IIII], 1883, 439 pp.
Preliminary report on oil and gas. [1886.] Penn-



sylvania Geol. Surv. Ann. Rep., 1885, 1-81.
Report on the oil and gas regions. [1887.] Penn-
sylvania Geol. Surv. Ann. Rep., 1886, 575-786.
Carlleyle, A. C. L. *Report of a tour in the Gorakhpur

district in 1875-76 and 1876-77. India Archseol. Surv.

Rep., 18, 1883, 118 pp.
Report of tours in Gorakhpur, Saran, and Ghazipur

in 1877-80. India Archseol. Surv. Rep., 22, 1885, 122 pp.
Carlotti, [Rcgolo]. *Assainissement des regions chaudes

insalubres. France Soc. Me'te'orol. Annu., 22, 1874 (Bull.),

90-122.
Carlson, Birger. 1st fein pulverisiertes oder grob gekorntes

Rohmaterial bei der Herstellung von Calciumcarbid vorzu-

ziehen? [1899.] Ztschr. Elektroch., 1899-1900, 324-328.
Ueber elektrische Oefen, besonders mit Riicksicht auf

die Darstellung von Calciumcarbid. [1900.] Ztschr.

Elektroch., 1899-1900, 413-419, 429-434.
Carlson, Ernst. COLUMBUS och TOSCANELLI eller fragan

om prioriteten af iden om en vestlig vag till Indien.

Stockh., Ymer, 12, 1893, 187-197.
Carlson, M[ax}. Sauren aus dem Dicyanhydrin des

Benzoylacetons. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 25, 1892,

2728-2731; 27, 1894, 1571-1574.
Carlsson, (Froken) Albertina. *Beitrage zur Kenntniss

der Anatomie der Schwimmvogel. [1883.] Stockh., Ak.

Handl. Bihang, 9, 1884-85, No. 3, 44 pp.

Die Extremitatenreste bei einigen Schlangen. Anat.

Anz., 1, 1886, 189.

Untersuchungen iiber Gliedmassen-Reste bei Schlan-
gen. [1885.] Stockh., Ak. Handl. Bihang, 11, 1887,

No. 11, 38 pp.
Zur Anatomie des Hyperoodon diodon. [1887.]

Stockh., Ak. Handl. Bihang, 13 (Afd. 4), 1888, No. 7,

25pp.

Untersuchungen iiber die weichen Teile der s. g. iiber-



zahligen Strahlen an Hand und Fuss. [1890.] Stockh.,

Ak. Handl. Bihang, 16 (Afd. 4), 1891, No. 8, 40 pp.
Ueber die Zahnentwicklung bei einigen Knochen-

fischen. [1894.] Zool. Jbiich. (Anat.), 8, 1895, 217-

244.
Ueber den Zahnersatz bei Agama colonorum. Anat.

Anz., 11, 1896, 758-766.
Ueber die Schmelzleiste bei Sterna Hirundo. Anat.

Anz., 12, 1896, 72-75.
Ueber Zahnentwicklung der diprotodonten Beutel-

thiere. Zool. Jbiich. (Anat.), 12, 1899, 407-424.

Ueber die systematische Stellung der Nandinia bino-



tata. Zool. Jbiich. (Syst.), 13, 1900, 509-528.



Carlsson, C. Jul, & Sjogren, .Int. See Sjogren &

Carlsson.
Carlsson, G. A. *Beskrifning till kartbladet Norsholm.

Stockh., Sver. Geol. Unders. (Ser. Aa), 79, 1880, 35 pp.
Carlsson, J. T. E. Om de olika bladformerna hos Hakea

Victorias. Bot. Notiser, 1886, 159-161; Bot. Centrbl.,

27, 1886, 77-79.
Carlsund, (Kapt.) Otto Edvard. For biography see Stockh.,

Vet. Ak. Lefnadsteckn., 3, 1886-94, 161-219.
Carlton, Edward P. The brain and optic ganglion of

Leptodora hyalina. Anat. Anz., 13, 1897, 293-304.
Carlton, Edward P., & Miller, William S. See Miller &

Carlton.
Carlton, M. A. Characteristic sand-hill flora. [1889.]

Kan. Ac. Sci. Trans., 12, 1890, 32-34.
Carlucci, M. La potatura verde delle viti. Staz. Sper.

Agrar. Ital., 15, 1888, 305-318.
Carlyle, W. A. A visit to Lake Superior mines. Canad.

Rec. Sci., 5, 1893, 286-294.

Notes on a great silver camp. Canad. Rec. Sci. , 5,

1893, 403-412.
Carman, Ada. Pain and strength measurements of 1,507

school children in Saginaw, Michigan. [1899.] Amer.

Jl. Psychol., 10, 1898-99, 392-398.
Carman, E. S. The claimed wheat and rye hybrid.

Science, 7, 1886, 190.
Experience in crossing plants. Garden & Forest, 3,

1890, 421-422.
Garment, David. *How far can we rely on the estimated

liability of a life office, calculated by means of a model

office? [1878.] Inst. Act. Jl., 21, 1879, 74-76.
*0n the method of interpolating the values of

premiums when these are given only for certain intervals

of age. [1878.] Inst. Act. Jl., 21, 1879, 213-215.
*0n the application of the arithmometer to the con-
struction of tables of the values of endowment assurance

policies. [1880.] Inst. Act. Jl., 22, 1881, 368-380; 23,

1882, 232.
*[0n the construction of tables of values of endowment

assurance policies.] Inst. Act. Jl., 23, 1882, 224-232.
*On Mr. G. F. HARDY'S plan for the computation of

Mr. WOOLHOUSE'S method of graduation. [1883.] Inst.

Act. Jl., 24, 1884, 224-228.

Carmichael, George H. Gibson-. .Sec Gibson-Carmichael.
Carmichael, Henry. An application of the copper reduc-
tion test to the quantitative determination of arsenic.

Amer. Jl. Sci., 32, 1886, 129-132, 332.
Carmichael, J. W. Cocaine, the new anaesthetic. Brit.

Jl. Dental Sci., 28, 1885, 450.
Carmichael, N. R. Investigations upon the electric

discharge in high vacua. [1896.] Johns Hopkins Univ.

Circ., [15 (1895-96)], 90.
Carmichael, N. R., Rowland, Henry A., & Briggs,

Lyman J. See Rowland, Carmichael & Briggs.
Carmichael, Neil. An experimental research on the

artificial cultivation of vaccine lymph, with observations

on the nature of vaccine and the immunity produced by

vaccinia. Glasgow Phil. Soc. Proc., 18, 1887, 369-390.
The Garnethill scarlet fever epidemic : a microscopical

investigation regarding its cause. Glasgow Phil. Soc.

Proc., 20, 1889, 234-239.

Carmichael, T[homas] D[avid] Gibson-. See Gibson-
Carmichael.
Carmier, . Rapport a S. E. Yacoub ARTIN pacha sur

le forage d'un pnits tubulaire dans son ezbeh a Rahmanieh.

[1896.] Inst. Egypt. Bull., 7, 1897, 221-226.
Carmody, P. The influence of rainfall on death-rate in

the tropics. [1898.] Jl. Trop. Med., 1, 1898-99, 97-98.
Carmona y Valle, M[anuel]. De quelques faits relatifs a

la fievre jaune. Int. Med. Congr. Verh., 1890 (Bd. 2,

Abth. 5), 121-126.
Incoordination des mouvements dans le tabes dorsalis.

Congr. Med. Int. Atti, 1894 (Vol. 3, Med.), 214-218.



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Carnazzi, P. Influenza della pressione sull' indice di
rifrazione dei gas. Nuovq Cimento, 6, 1897, 385-400.

Carne, (Miss) Elizabeth T. *Enquiry into the nature of
the forces that have acted on the formation and elevation
of the Land's End granite. [1874.] [Posth.] Cornwall
Geol. Soc. Trans., 9, 1878, 132-151.

*0n transition and metamorphosis of rocks in the

Land's End district. [1875.] [Posth.] Cornwall Geol.
Soc. Trans., 9, 1878, 1-21.

Carne, Joseph E. Notes on the mineral resources of New
South Wales, as represented at the Melbourne Centennial
International Exhibition of 1888. [1889.] N. S. Wales
Geol. Surv. Records, 1, 1890, 33-114.

Report on the auriferous beach sands of the Esk

river and Jerusalem Creek, in the parish of Esk, County
Richmond. [1896.] N. S. Wales Dept. Mines Rep., 1895,
149-160.

On certain coal and shale lands in the Capertee valley

district, embraced within the parishes of Ben Bullen,
Coco, Airley, Morundurey, Umbiella, Goongal, and Clan-
dulla, in the county of Roxburgh, and Marangaroo, in
the county of Cook, New South Wales. [1894.] N. S.
Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 4, 1896, 39-48.

Report on the geology and mineral resources of the

coast between Port Macquarie and Cape Hawke. [1897.]
N. S. Wales Dept. Mines Rep. , 1896, 102-107.

Preliminary notes on the Yowaka or Pambula gold-
field. [1897.] N. S. Wales Dept. Mines Rep., 1896,
107-122.

Notes on chromic iron ore : its modes of occurrence,
mining, dressing, uses, and value, with a register of
New South Wales localities. [1898.] N. S. Wales Dept.
Mines Rep., 1897, 143-150.

Report on the geology and mineral resources of the



south-east border of New South Wales between Cape

Howe and the head of the Murray river. [1898.] N. S.

Wales Dept. Mines Rep., 1897, 151-160.
Notes on the geology and auriferous deposits of the

Wolumla gold-field. [1898.] N. S. Wales Dept. Mines

Rep., 1897, 162-167.
Notes on the occurrence of tungsten ores in New South

Wales, with a register of localities. [1898.] N. S. Wales

Dept. Mines Rep., 1897, 168-171.
Notes on the general and economic geology of the

coast between Port Macquarie and Cape Hawke. [1897.]

N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 5, 1898, 53-64.
The auriferous beach sands of the Esk river and

Jerusalem Creek, in the parish of Esk, County Richmond,

New South Wales. [1897.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv.

Records, 5, 1898, 71-86.
[Gold discoveries in the neighbourhood of Cooma :

geological features of the locality and the mode of gold

occurrence.] [1899.] N. S. Wales Dept. Mines Rep.,

1898, 162-164.
Carnegie, Andrew. On natural gas fuel and its application

to manufacturing purposes. [Witli discussion.] Iron &

Steel Inst. Jl., 1885, 168-186.
Carnegie, David. The manufacture and efficiency of

armour-plates. Inst. Civ. Engin. Proc., 114,1893, 352-366.
Carnegie, David W. Explorations in the interior of

Western Australia. Geogr. Jl., 11, 1898, 258-286.
Explorations in the interior of Western Australia,

between Coolgardie and Kimberley. Scott. Geogr. Mag.,

14, 1898, 113-136.
Carnegie, Douglas J[ohn]. The action of finely divided

metals on solutions of ferric salts, and a rapid method

for the titration of the latter. Chem. Soc. Jl., 53, 1888,

468-473.
On the reduction of solutions of ferric salts to ferrous

salts by certain metals. [1888.] Cambridge Phil. Soc.



On the nature of the reaction between solutions of
ferric chloride and potassium iodide, and the volumetric
titration of iron in the ferric state. Chem. News, 60,
1889, 87-90.

Note on a new crystalline hydrate of thallic oxide.
Chem. News, 60, 1889, 113.

Cupric iodide and the interaction of iodides with
cupric salts. Chem. Soc. Proc., 5, 1889, 2.

VAN 'T HOFF'S law of osmotic pressure. Chem. News,
63, 1891, 167-169.

Note on the calibration of burettes. Chem. News, 64,
1891, 42-43.

Preliminary note on TRAUBE'S tetroxide of sulphur.
Chem. News, 64, 1891, 158-159.

On the peroxides and so-called double halides. Amer.



Proc., 6, 1889, 212.
On the iodides of copper.
Soc. Proc., 6, 1889, 307.



[1888.] Cambridge Phil.



Chem. JL, 15 (1893), 1-12.
A lecture experiment in surface tension. [1895.]

Nature, 53 (1895-96), 152.

Carnegie, Douglas J[oim], & Bart, F. The interaction of
. ammonium phosphate and corrosive sublimate in the

light of the ionisation theory of solution. Chem. News,

76, 1897, 174-175.
Carnegie, Douglas J[ohri], & Muir, M[atthew] M[pncrieff]

Pattison. See Muir & Carnegie.
Carnegie, Douglas J[ohri], & Ruhemann, Siegfried. See

Ruhemann & Carnegie.
Carnell, William C., & Hooker, Samuel C\px~\. See

Hooker & Carnell.
Carnelley, Thomas. For biography and list of works see

Chem. News, 62, 1890, 126; Chem. Ztg., 14, 1890, 1171;

Nature, 42, 1890, 522-523; Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 9, 1890,

848; Chem. Soc. Jl., 59, 1891, 455-461; Pharm. Jl., 21,

1891, 179-180; Termt. Kozlon , 23, 1891, 631; Tidsskr.

Phys. Chem., 30, 1891, 64.
Ueber die Schmelzpunkte von Chlor- und Bromberyl-

lium. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 17, 1884, 1357-1360.
The periodic law, as illustrated by certain physical

properties of inorganic compounds. Phil. Mag., 18,

1884, 1-22.
On the colour of chemical compounds, chiefly as a

function of the atomic weights of their constituent

elements. Part i. Inorganic compounds. Phil. Mag.,

18, 1884, 130-140; Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 17, 1884,

2151-2156.
The periodic law, and the occurrence of the elements

in nature. Phil. Mag., 18, 1884, 194-200; Berlin, Chem.

Ges. Ber., 17, 1884, 2287-2291.
The periodic law, as illustrated by certain physical

properties of organic compounds. Phil. Mag., 20, 1885,

259-268, 497-514.
Application of the periodic law to mineralogy. [1884.]

Min. Mag., 6, 1886, 83-86.
Suggestions as to the cause of the periodic law, and

the nature of the chemical elements. Chem. News, 53,

1886, 157-159, 169-172, 183-186, 197-200.

The melting points of organic compounds in relation
to their chemical constitution. Part i. Influence of
orientation in aromatic compounds. Brit. Ass. Rep.,

1887, 647.

An approximate algebraic expression of the periodic

law of the chemical elements. Phil. Mag., 29, 1890,

97-113.
Carnelley, Thomas, & Alexander, John. The colour of

some carbon compounds. Chem. Soc. Proc., 4, 1888,

64-65.
Carnelley, Thomas, & Burton, Thomas. A new form of

pyrometer. Chem. Soc. Jl., 45, 1884, 237-241.
Carnelley, Thomas, & Dunn, John. The action of hot

copper on the mixed vapours of phenol and carbon

disulphide. Chem. Soc. Proc., 4, 1888, 53; Berlin,

Chem. Ges. Ber., 21, 1888, 2005-2009.
Carnelley, Thomas, & Toggle, J. The air of schools.

[1893.] Jl. Path. Bact., 2, 1894, 157-173.



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Carnelley, Thomas, & Frew, William. The corrosion of

leaden water pipes. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 7, 1888, 15-20.

The relative antiseptic powers of isomeric organic

compounds. Chem. Soc. Jl., 57, 1890, 636-639.
Carnelley, Thomas, & Haldane, John S[cott]. The air of

sewers. Boy. Soc. Proc., 42, 1887, 501-522.
Carnelley, Thomas, & Johnston, (Miss) Etta J. See

Johnston A- Carnelley.

Carnelley, Thomas, & Mackie, William. The determina-
tion of organic matter in air. [1886.] Hoy. Soc. Proc.,

41, 1887, 238-247.
Carnelley, Thomas, & O'Shea, L[ucius] Trant. Melting

points of certain inorganic substances. Chem. Soc. JL,

45, 1884, 409-410.
Carnelley, Thomas, & Schleselmann, James. Note on

the influence of strain upon chemical action. Chem.

Soc. Proc., 1, 1886, 89.
Amidodiphenylsulphonic acid and azo-dyes from

diphenyl. Chem. Soc. Jl., 49, 1886, 380-383.
Carnelley, Thomas, & Thomson, Andrew. Brominated

derivatives of diphenyl, tolylbenzene, and ditolyl. Chem.

Soc. Jl., 47, 1885, 586-593.
The solubility of isomeric organic compounds. Brit.

Ass. Kep., 1887, 647.
Derivatives of tolylbenzene. Chem. Soc. Jl., 51, 1887,

87-91.

The solubility of isomeric organic compounds and of



mixtures of sodium and potassium nitrates, and the

relation of solubility to fusibility. Chem. Soc. JL, 53,

1888, 782-802, 907.
Carnelley, Thomas, & Walker, James. The dehydration

of metallic hydroxides by heat, with special reference to

the polymerisation of the oxides, and to the periodic law.

Chem. Soc. JL, 53, 1888, 59-101.
Carnelley, Thomas, & 'Wilson, Thomas. Note on the

number of micro-organisms in moorland air. Koy. Soc.

Proc., 43, 1888, 369-371.

A new method of determining the number of micro-
organisms in air. Roy. Soc. Proc., 44, 1888, 455-464.
Carnelley, Thomas, Haldane, John S[cott], & Anderson,

Alexander MacGlashan. The carbonic acid, organic

matter, and micro-organisms in air, more especially of

dwellings and schools. [1886.] Phil. Trans. (B), 178,

1888, 61-111.
Carnally, Q. The air of dwellings and schools and its

relation to disease. Nature, 34, 1886, 510-511.
Carnelutti, . La liquefazione dell' aria. Eiv. Sci.-

Ind., 32, 1900, 31-32.
Carnelutti, 6. Sulla natura clella sostanza colorante

trovata nell' urna di Sant' Ambrogio. Milano, 1st. Lomb.

Rend., 17, 1884, 546-548.
Camera, Luigi. Le ore di sole rilevate a Torino mediante

1' eliofanometro nel trienuio 1896-98. [1899.] Torino

Ace. Sci. Atti, 34, 1898, 491-507 or 649-665.
Le condizioni climatiche di Torino nell' anno 1899.

Moncalieri Oss. Boll., 19, 1899, 69-75.
Garnet, . *[Notes me'teorologiques.] Philippeville

(prov. de Constantino) . France Soc. M^t^orol. Nouv.

Me^orol., 9, 1876, Pt. 2, 261, 289, 313, 330.
Carnevali, Achille. Sul metodo migliore per determinare

la durezza totale e permanente delle acque. Staz. Sper.

Agrar. Ital., 33, 1900, 365-372.
Carney, George J. *Flight of the flying-fish. Science, 1,

1883, 543.
Carnot, [Pierre Paul Francois] Cunisset-. See Cunisset-

Carnot.
Carnot, [Marie] Adolphe. Rapport sur la trempe de

1'acier par compression de M. CLEMANDOT. Ann. Tel^gr.,

11, 1884, 306-322; Van Nostrand's Engin. Mag., 32,

1885, 519-520.
Dosage de 1'acide phosphorique dans les terres arables

et dans les roches. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 98, 1884, 917-

919.



Sur 1'origine et la distribution du phosphore dans la
houille et le cannel-coal. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 99, 1884,
154-157; Paris Soc. Chim. Bull., 43, 1885, 63-66.

Sur la composition et les qualites de la houille, eu
egard a la nature des plantes qui 1'ont forme"e. Paris,
Ac. Sci. C. R., 99, 1884, 253-256; Paris Soc. Chim. Bull.,
43, 1885, 60-63.

Analyses des eaux mine'rales francaises executees au

bureau d'essai de 1'Ecole des Mines. Ann. Mines, 7,

1885, 79-142; 6, 1894, 355-457; 16, 1899, 33-94.
Sur le choix des terrains propres a recevoir les eaux

d'egout des villes. Application a la ville de Paris. Ass.

Fran<?. C. R., 1886 (Pt. 2), 1036-1045.
Sur la separation et le dosage du cuivre, du cadmium,

du zinc, du nickel, etc. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 102, 1886,

621-624, 678-681.
Sur la separation de 1'antimoine et de lYtain. Paris,

Ac. Sci. C. R., 103, 1886, 258-261; Paris Soc. Chim.

Bull., 47, 1887, 51-54.
Sur la separation de 1'arsenic, de 1'antimoine et de

1'etain. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 103, 1886, 343-345 ; Paris

Soc. Chim. Bull., 47, 1887, 54-56.
Separation successive du cuivre, du cadmium, du zinc

et du nickel ou du cobalt (fer et manganese). Paris Soc.

Chim. Bull., 46, 1886, 812-816.

Recherches sur les vanadates metalliques. Ass. Franc.
C. R., 1887 (Pt. 1), 206.

Sur diverses reactions des vanadates et leur emploi
dans 1'analyse chimique. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 104,
1887, 1803-1805, 1850-1853; 105, 1887, 119-122.

Sur une nouvelle methode de dosage de la lithine au

moyen des fluorures. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 107, 1888,

237-240; JL Pharm., 19, 1889, 427-431; Paris Soc.

Chim. Bull., 1, 1889, 280-283.
Sur le dosage de la lithine dans les eaux minerales.

Analyse de deux sources de la Cote-d'Or. Paris, Ac. Sci.

C. R., 107, 1888, 336-339; Jl. Pharm., 18, 1888, 385-387;

Paris Soc. Chim. Bull., 1, 1889, 283-286.
Sur 1'emploi de 1'eau oxygdnee pour le dosage des

metaux de la famille du fer: 1 chrome; [2 manganese;

3 fer]. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 107, 1888, 948-949. 997-

1000, 1150; Paris Soc. Chim. Bull., 1, 1889, 275-277,

277-280.

[Dosage de 1'acide chromique par 1'eau oxygene'e. ]
[1888.] Paris Soc. Chim. Bull., 1, 1889, 2.

[Pluie de sable des 6 et 18 mars a Alexandrie.] Astro-
nomic, 1889, 204-205.

Sur les peroxydes de cobalt et de nickel, et sur le

dosage volumetrique de ces metaux. Paris, Ac. Sci. C.
R., 108, 1889, 610-612.

Sur la separation du cobalt et du nickel apres oxyda-
tion en liqueur ammoniacale. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 108,
1889, 741-744.

Sur les molybdates, les tungstates et les vanadates

ammoniocobaltiques. Separation du cobalt et du nickel
et des sels cobalteux et cobaltiques. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R.,
109, 1889, 109-112.

Sur les tungstates et les vanadates ammonio-
cobaltiques. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 109, 1889, 147-149.

Sur un nouveau precede de dosage volumetrique de
1'argent, du mercure et du thallium, au moyen de 1'iodure
de potassium. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 109, 1889, 177-179;
Jl. Pharm., 20, 1889, 289-291.

Minerals de fer de la France, de 1'Algerie et de la

Tunisie, analyses au bureau d'essai de 1'Ecole des Mines
de 1845 a 1889. Ann. Mines, 18, 1890, 5-163.

Sur quelques applications de 1'eau oxygen^e dans

1'analyse chimique. Ass. Franc. C. R., 1890 (Pt. 1),
174.

Sur les sources minerales de Cransac (Aveyron). Paris,

Ac. Sci. C. R., Ill, 1890, 192-195; Ann. Mines, 17, 1890,
282-286.

Sur la recherche et le dosage de tres petites quantites



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d'aluminium dans les fontes et les aciers. Paris, Ac. Sci.

C. B., Ill, 1890, 914-916; Paris Soc. Chitn. Bull., 5, 1891,

139-142.
[Dosage du manganese.] Paris Soc. Chim. Bull., 3,

1890, 594.
Becherche de I'aluminiuin dans 1'aoier et la fonte.

Moniteur Sci., 5, 1891, 14-15.
Sur 1'essai des minerais d'antimoine. Paris, Ac. Sci.

C. B., 114, 1892, 587-590, 796; Ann. Mines, 1, 1892, 303-

308; Paris Soc. Chim. Bull., 7, 1892, 219-223.
Sur le dosage du fluor. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B. , 114,

1892, 750-753.

Becherche du fluor dans differentes varietes de phos-
phates naturels. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 114, 1892, 1003-

1006.
Becherche du fluor dans les os modernes et les os

fossiles. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 114, 1892, 1189-1192;

Jl. Pharm., 26, 1892, 124-125.

Sur la composition des ossements fossiles et la varia-
tion de leur teneur en fluor dans les differents etages

geologiques. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 115, 1892, 243-246.
Sur une application de 1'analyse chimique pour fixer

1'age d'ossements humains prehistoriques. Paris, Ac.

Sci. C. B., 115, 1892, 337-339.

Becherches sur la composition generate et la teneur

v en fluor des os modernes et des os fossiles des differents

ages. Ann. Mines, 3, 1893, 155-195.
Sur la determination du phosphore dans les fers, les

aciers et les fontes. Ann. Mines, 4, 1893, 5-10.
( Minerais de manganese analyses au bureau d'essai de

1'Ecole des Mines de 1845 a 1893. Ann. Mines, 4, 1893,

189-212.
Sur la determination du phosphore dans les fers et

les aciers. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 116, 1893, 106-108;

Paris Soc. Chim. Bull., 9, 1893, 340-343.

Sur 1'essai des oxydes de manganese par 1'eau

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Pharm., 28, 1893, 127-129.
Sur le dosage du manganese par les methodes oxy-

dimetriques. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 116, 1893, 1375-

1378.
Nouvelle methode pour le dosage du fluor. Paris Soc.

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147.
Sur la determination du phosphore dans les terres

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Ann. Mines, 4, 1893, 11-14.
Sur la precipitation du manganese par 1'eau oxygenee

et 1'ammoniaque, en vue de son dosage ponderal ou

volumetrique. Paris Soc. Chim. Bull., 9, 1893, 613-

622.
[Observation au sujet de la note de MM. VILLIERS et

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Emploi de 1'eau oxygenee dans le dosage ponderal et

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6, 1894, 550-583.
Sur la composition chimique des wavellites et des

turquoises. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 118, 1894, 995-



Sur 1'oxydation du cobalt et du nickel en liqueur

alcaline. Application au dosage volumetrique de ces
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Sur 1'oxydation du cobalt et du nickel en liqueur
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Sur la composition des cristaux observes dans les
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Sur la composition de quelques phosphates d'alumine
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Methodes d'analyse des fontes, des fers et des aciers.
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Sur la composition chimique des turquoises. France,
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Sur le dosage de faibles quantites d'arsenic. Paris,
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Sur un gisement de phosphates d'alumine et de potasse
trouve en Algerie, et sur la genese de ces mineraux.
Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 121, 1895, 151-155; Ann. Mines, 8,
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Sur les variations observees dans la composition des



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Sur une apatite bleue de Montebras. France, Soc.

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Analyse, par les precedes volume triques, d'un melange

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