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Edinb., Fish. Brd. Rep., 3, 1885, 78-91.
Are herring ova likely to develop normally on the

deep offshore fishing banks? Edinb., Fish. Brd. Rep.,

4, 1886, 43-46.

On the artificial hatching and rearing of sea fish.

Edinb., Fish. Brd. Rep., 5, 1887, 230-244.

[Persistence of rigor mortis in absence of sepsis.] Jl.

Physiol., 8, 1887, xxv.

On rigor mortis in fish, and its relation to putre-
faction. Roy. Soc. Proc., 42, 1887, 438-459.

On the hatching of herring ova in deep water. [1885.]

Edinb. Phys. Soc. Proc., 9, 1888, 47-54.

On whitebait. [1886.] Edinb. Phys. Soc. Proc., 9,



1888, 78-81.
On the presence of bacteria in the lymph, etc., of

living fish and other Vertebrates. [1887.] Edinb. Roy.

Soc. Proc., 14, 1888, 262-270.
Note on the nature of ' red ' cod. Edinb., Fish. Brd.

Rep., 6, 1888 (Pt. 3), 204-207.
The electric organ of the skate. [1888-92.] Phil.

Trans. (B), 179, 1889, 399-416, 539-552; 183, 1893, 389-

420.

On the cranial nerves of elasmobranch fishes. Pre-
liminary communication. Roy. Soc. Proc., 45, 1889,

524-537.
On the spiracles of the porbeagle shark (Lamna

cornubica). Jl. Anat. Physiol., 24, 1890, 227-229.
On the development of the ciliary or motor oculi

ganglion. Roy. Soc. Proc., 47, 1890, 287-290.
The cranial nerves of the torpedo. (Preliminary note.)

Roy. Soc. Proc., 47, 1890, 290-291.

On the occurrence of the anchovy (Engraulis encrasi-

cholus) in Scottish waters. [1890.] Edinb. Phys. Soc.

Proc., 10. 1891, 333.



The development of the skeleton of the limbs of the

horse, with observations on polydactyly. Jl. Anat.
Physiol., 28, 1894, 236-256, 342-369.

The lateral sense organs of elasmobranchs. i. The

sensory canals of Lsemargus. [n. The sensory canals
of the common skate (Raia batis).] [1891.] Edinb. Roy.
Soc. Trans., 37, 1895, 59-105; Zool. Anz., 15, 1892, 116-
120.

The second and fourth digits in the horse ; their

development and subsequent degeneration. [1894.]
Edinb. Roy. Soc. Proc., 20, 1895, 185-191.

[Breeding experiments as to theory of telegony.]

Nature, 58 (1898), 426.

Experimental contributions to the theory of heredity.

[1898.] Nature, 59 (1898-99), 354-355.

On zebra-horse hybrids. Zoologist, 2, 1898, 49-68.

Experimental contributions to the theory of heredity.

A. Telegony. [1899.] Roy. Soc. Proc., 65, 1900, 243-
248.

[Experimental contributions to the theory of heredity.]

Experiments with Shetland, Iceland, Irish, thoroughbred,
and other ponies. Roy. Soc. Proc., 65, 1900, 250-251.

Ewart, J[ames] Cossar, & Brook, George. Observations
on the spawning of the cod. Edinb., Fish. Brd. Rep., 3,
1885, 52-55.

Ewart, J[ames] Cossar, & Cecil, (Lord) Arthur. See Cecil
& Ewart.

Ewart, J[ames] Cossar, & Cole, Frank J. On the dorsal
branches of the cranial and spinal nerves of elasmo-
branchs. Edinb. Roy. Soc. Proc., 20, 1895, 475-480.

Ewart, J[ames~\ Cossar, & Fulton, T. Wemyss, Report on
the spawning of the British marine food-fishes. Edinb.,
Fish. Brd. Rep., 7, 1889 (Pt. 3), 186-221.

Ewart, J[ames] Cossar, & Maitland, (Sir) James Ramsay
Gibson. Report on the trawling experiments on the
East Coast. Part i. Preliminary. Edinb., Fish. Brd.
Rep., 5, 1887, 43-217.

Report on the trawling experiments of the Garland,

and the statistics of the East Coast fisheries. Part n.
Edinb., Fish. Brd. Rep., 6, 1888 (Pt. 3), 25-188.

Ewart, J[ames] Cossar, & Matthews, J. Duncan. "On the
nature of Thames and Forth whitebait. Edinb., Fish.
Brd. Rep., 4, 1886, 98-100.

Ewart, J[ames] Cossar, Maitland, (Sir) James Ramsay
Gibson, & Fulton, T. Wemyss. Report on the trawling
experiments of the Garland, and on the statistics of East
Coast fisheries. Part in. Edinb., Fish. Brd. Rep., 7,
1889 (Pt. 3), 15-157.

Ewart, John. A winter collecting trip. Ornith. Ool., 13,
1888, 94.

Ewart, Joseph. Typhoid or enteric fever among European
soldiers and others in the Tropics. Congr. Int. Sci. Me"d.
C. R., 1884, (T. 4, Med.), 16-26.

The treatment of simple and sloughing dysentery by

large doses of ipecacuanha, given morning and evening
only. Indian Med. Gaz., 19, 1884, 123-130, 195-199.

Inaugural address of Session 1891-92. [On the theory

of the causation of contagious diseases by living organ-
isms.] [1891.] Epid. Soc. Trans., 11, 1892, 1-26.

Ewart, Joseph, & Fayrer, (Surg.-Gen. Sir) Joseph. See
Fayrer & Ewart.

Ewart, (Miss) Mary Frances. On the staminal hairs of
Thesium. Ann. Bot., 6, 1892, 271-290.

Notes on abnormal Cypripedium flowers. [1892.]

Linn. Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 30, 1895, 45-50.

On the leaf-glands of Ipomcea paniculata. Ann. Bot.,



9, 1895, 275-288.

Ewart, William. The treatment of chronic BBIGHT'S
disease (tubal nephritis) reconsidered. [With discussion.]
[1898.] Med. Chir. Soc. Proc., 10, 1899, 160-186.

Ewart, William, & Rolleston, Humphry Davy. A case of
an intra-cardiac thrombus arising from the fossa ovalis,
projecting through the mitral orifice, and giving rise to



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signs of mitral stenosis. Clin. Soc. Trans., 30, 1897,
190-199.

Ewell, Arthur W. Rotatory polarisation of light in media
subjected to torsion. Amer. Jl. Sci., 8, 1899, 89-100.

Notes on rotatory polarization produced by torsion.

[1900.] Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., [19 (1899-1900)],
64.

Swell, Ervin E[dgar]. The carbohydrates of the coffee
berry. Amer. Chem. Jl., 14 (1892), 473-476; Science,
19, 1892, 349.

Eeport on sugar. [1895.] U. S. Div. Chem. Bull.,

No. 47, 1896, 130-134, 152-153.

The chemistry of the Cactacete. Amer. Chem. Soc.

Jl., 18, 1896, 624-643.

A new form of condenser for the distillation of liquids

having low boiling points. Amer. Chem. Soc. Jl., 19,
1897, 398-399.

A form of apparatus and method of manipulation for

the preparation of roll cultures of anaerobic organisms.
Centrbl. Bakt. (Alt. 2), 3, 1897, 188-190.

The fertilizing value of street sweepings. An investiga-
tion made under the direction of H. W. WILEY, chief
chemist. U. S. Div. Chem. Bull., JVo. 55, 1898, 19 pp.

Ewell, Ervin E[dgar], & Spencer, Guilford L. See
Spencer & Swell.

Ewell, Ervin E[dgar], & Wiley, Harvey W [ashing ton].
Some products of cassava. Amer. Chem. Soc. Jl., 15,
1893, 78-82; Amer. Chem. JL, 15 (1893), 285-289.

The effect of acidity on the development of the nitrify-
ing organisms. Amer. Chem. Soc. JL, 18, 1896, 475-484.
See also Wiley & Ewell.

Ewell, (Hon.) Marshall D. Measurement of blood cor-
puscles. Amer. Micr. Jl. , 6, 1885, 150-151.

A further study of centimeter scale "A." [With

note by Prof. William EOGERS.] Amer. Soc. Micr. Proc.,
1886, 75-82.

Relative merits of filar and ordinary glass eye-piece

micrometers. Micr. Soc. JL, 6, 1886, 316.

Comparison of centimeter scale, "Fasoldt II" with

"Centimeter scale A." Amer. Soc. Micr. Proc., 1887,
299-300.

Apochromatic objectives. Micr. Soc. JL, 1887, 462.

A further study of the subdivisions of the first milli-
meter of "Centimeter A." Amer. Soc. Micr. Proc., 11
(1889), 64-66.

Glass versus metal micrometers. Micr. Soc. Jl., 1889,

445-447.

Micrometer measurements. Micr. Soc. JL, 1889, 447.

Two new forms of stage micrometers. Amer. Soc.

Micr. Proc., 12 (1890), 76-78.

The effect of curvature of the cover-glass upon micro-

metry. Amer. Soc. Micr. Proc., 12 (1890), 79-83.

Description of the standard centimeters manufactured

in pursuance of the resolution of A. S. M. adopted in
1889. Amer. Soc. Micr. Proc., 12 (1890), 84-85.

The microscope and camera in the detection of

forgery, exemplified by lantern slides and photographs
of signatures in the JEROME will case. Amer. Soc. Micr.
Proc., 12 (1890), 86-93.

Amplification in micrometry. Micr. Soc. JL, 1890, 521.

A new form of graphological stand. Amer. Soc.



Micr. Proc., 13 (1891), 69-70.

Standard glass and speculum metal centimeters.
Amer. Soc. Micr. Proc., 13 (1891), 71-72.

Underwood Observatory. Sidereal Messenger, 10,
1891, 519-520.

[Presidential address.] The relation of the micro-
scope to the administration of justice. Amer. Micr. Soc.
Proc., 14, (1892), 1-11.

The concave mirror. Amer. Micr. Soc. Proc., 14
(1892), 43.

Numerical aperture. Amer. Micr. Soc. Proc., 14
(1892), 44-47.



[Description of a steel bar plated with iridium.]

Amer. Micr. Soc. Proc., 15 (1893), 28.

Ewen, C. A. On the discovery of moa-remains on Riverton
beach. [1895.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 28, 1896,
651-654.

Ewen, E. D. Notes on the economic uses of the Com-
posites. [1895.] Trinidad Field Nat. Club Jl. , 2 [1894-96],
204-210, 225-228.

Ewens, G. F. W. A theory of cortical visual representa-
tion. Brain, 16, 1893, 475-491.

Ewers, Erich. Zur Bestimmung des Alkaloidgehaltes in
der Granatrinde. Arch. Pharm., 237, 1899, 49-57.

Ewers, Erich, & Troeger, [Karl] Julius [Ludwig]. See
Troeger & Ewers.

Ewers, Paul. Zur Mechanik der Canal- und Kathoden-
strahlen. Ann. Phys. Chem., 69, 1899, 167-199.

Ewert, A[xel Wilhelm]. For biographical notice see
Goteborg HandL, 26, 1891, 81-83.

Ewetzky, Theodor. Zur Entwickelungsgeschichte des
Thranennasenganges beim Menschen. [1887.] Arch,
f. Ophthalm., 34, 1888 (Abth. 1), 23-36.

Ueber Dissemination der Sarkome des Uvealtractus.

[1895.] Arch. f. Ophthalm., 42, 1896 (Abth. 1), 170-
201.

Weitere Studien iiber intraoculare Sarkome. Arch. f.

Ophthalm., 45, 1898, 563-612.

Ewicn, . Ueber Herstellung freier Mineralwasser-

compositionen, gegeniiber dem Herkommen der Qnellen
und der Kohlensaure. Deutsch. Natf. TagebL, 1888,
100-102.

Herkunft und Qualitat unseres Leitungswassers.

Bonn, Nat. Hist. Ver. Corresp.-BL, 1890, 75-76.

Ewing, A. E. Ueber ein Bauverhaltniss des Irisumfanges
beim Menschen. Arch. f. Ophthalm., 34, 1888 (Abth. 3),
1-6.

Ewing, A. L. Observations on the geological formations
Nos. ii, in, iv, v, vi, vn, vin, in Center county. Penn-
sylvania Geol. Surv. Rep.. T*, 1884, 401-434.

An attempt to determine the amount and rate of
chemical erosion taking place in the limestone (Cal-
ciferous to Trenton) valley of Center county, Pa., and
hence applicable to similar regions throughout the Ap-
palachian regions. Amer. Jl. Sci., 29, 1885, 29-31.

A hermaphroditic crab. Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885, 811.
Ewing, A. R., & Henderson, George Gerald. See

Henderson & Ewing.
Ewing, James. A study of the leucocytosis of lobar

pneumonia. N. Y. Med. JL, 58, 1893, 713-718.
Toxic hypoleucocytosis. N. Y. Med. JL, 61, 1895,

257-263.
The leucocytosis of diphtheria under the influence of

serum therapy. N. Y. Med. JL, 62, 1895, 161-168, 196-

203.
The lymphatic constitution, and its relation to some

forms of sudden death. N. Y. Med. JL, 66, 1897, 37-

44. ,
Etudes sur les cellules ganglionnaires. [Tr.] Arch.

Gen. Med., 182, 1898, 357-368.

Preliminary report on the results of blood examina-
tions at camp Wikoff, August and September, 1898.
N. Y. Med. JL, 69, 1899, 114-118, 149-153.

Ewing, James, & Bailey, Pearce. See Bailey <fe Ewing.
Ewing, James Alfred. Measuring earthquakes. [1884.]

Nature, 30, 1884, 149-152, 174-177; 31, 1885, 4-5.
On the measurement of the movements of the ground,

with reference to proposed earthquake observations on

Ben Nevis. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1885, 920-922.
A recent Japanese earthquake. Nature, 31, 1885,

581-582.
Experimental researches in magnetism. [1885.] Phil.

Trans., 176, 1886, 523-640.

Residual magnetism in diamagnetic substances. Nature
33, 1886, 512-513.



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Earthquake recorders for use in observatories. Nature,

34, 1886, 343-344.

Effects of stress and magnetisation on the thermo-
electric quality of iron. [1886.] Phil. Trans., 177,

1887, 361-381.

A recent Japanese earthquake. Nature, 36, 1887,

107-109.

[Magnetisation of steel by Leyden jar discharge.]

Electrician, 21, 1888, 712.

The duplex pendulum seismograph. Nature, 38,

1888, 30.

Self-induction in iron conductors. Nature, 38, 1888,

55-56.
Seismometric measurements of the vibration of the

new Tay Bridge during the passing of railway trains.

Eoy. Soc. Proc., 44, 1888, 394-402.
Magnetic qualities of nickel (supplementary paper).

[1888.] Phil. Trans. (A), 179, 1889, 333-337.
Earthquakes and how to measure them. [1888.] Eoy.

Inst. Proc. , 12, 1889, 361-364.
On hysteresis in the relation of strain to stress. Brit.

Ass. Hep., 1889, 502-504.
On time-lag in the magnetisation of iron. [1889.]

Eoy. Soc. Proc., 46, 1890, 269-286.
The molecular theory of induced magnetism. Brit.

Ass. Eep., 1890, 740-741.

Magnetism in iron and other metals. [1890-91.]

Electrician, 24, 1890, 161-162, 211-212, 259-260, 312-
313, 340-342, 390-391, 415-417, 441-442, 467-468, 491-
492, 518, 544-545, 567-568, 591-592, 615-616, 642-643;
25, 1890, 30-31, 57-58, 83-84, 168-169, 196-197, 222-
223, 250-251, 307-309, 339-340, 372-373, 401-402, 429-
430, 455-456, 482-483, 577-579, 635-636, 670-671, 732-
733; 26, 1891, 6-7, 75-77, 99-100, 164-165, 228-229,
291-292; 27, 1891, 6-8, 124-125, 153-154, 181-182,
266-267, 323-325, 379-380, 407, 495-496, 517-519, 546-
547, 584-586, 601-603, 663-664, 683-685; 28, 1892, 5-7.

Contributions to the molecular theory of induced

magnetism. [1890.] Eoy. Soc. Proc., 48, 1891, 342-

358; Phil. Mag., 30, 1890, 205-222.
A method of measuring the heat developed on account

of magnetic hysteresis in the core of a transformer.

Electrician, 27, 1891, 631-632.
[The flying to pieces of a whirling ring.] Nature, 43,

1891, 462, 514.
A magnetic curve tracer. Brit. Ass. Eep., 1892, 653-

654; Electrician, 29, 1892, 543; 31, 1893, 99-102.
On magnetic screening, eddy currents, and hysteresis,

in transformer cores. Electrician, 28, 1892, 631-634.

Magnetic induction. Nature, 46, 1892, 552-554.

On joints in magnetic circuits. Phil. Mag., 34, 1892,

320-326.
The molecular process in magnetic induction. [1891.]

Eoy. Inst. Proc., 13, 1893, 387-401.
Iron for transformers. Electrician, 31, 1893, 623-

624.
A liquid commutator for sinusoidal currents. [1894.]

Nature, 49 (1893-94), 317.
[An apparatus for measuring small strains.] Nature,

50 (1894), 408.

Note on Mr. PAETKIDGE'S paper. [Increase of open-
circuit loss in transformers with time.] [1894.] Elec-
trician, 34, 1895, 161.
Is the magnetic quality of iron affected by often

repeated reversals ? Electrician, 34, 1895, 297-298.
On measurements of small strains in the testing of

materials and structures. Eoy. Soc. Proc., 58, 1895,

123-142.
A magnetic tester for measuring hysteresis in sheet

iron. [With discussion.] [1895.] Inst. Elect. Engin.

Jl., 24, 1896, 398-430.
The magnetic testing of iron and steel. Inst. Civ.

Engin. Proc., 126, 1896, 185-219.



The stress in magnetised iron. [1896.] Nature, 53
(1895-96), 316-317.

Some recent developments in magnetic testing. [1896.]



Electrician, 38, 1897, 110-112.
Hysteresis. [1896.] Eoy. Inst. Proc., 15, 1899, 227-

232.

A magnetic balance for workshop tests of perme-
ability. [With discussion.] [1898.] Inst. Elect. Engin.

JL, 27, 1899, 526-546.
Magnetism. Inst. Civ. Engin. Proc., 138, 1889, 289-

310.
The structure of metals. [1900.] Eoy. Inst. Proc.,

16, 1902, 419-421.
Ewing, James Alfred, & Cowan, G. C. Magnetic qualities

of nickel. [1888.] Phil. Trans. (A), 179, 1889, 325-332.
Ewing, James Alfred, & Dunkerley, Stanley. On the

specific heat of superheated steam. Brit. Ass. Eep.,

1897, 554-555.
Ewing, James Alfred, & Klaasscn, (Miss) Helen G. The

dissipation of energy through reversals of magnetism in

the core of a transformer. Electrician, 28, 1892, 111.
Magnetic qualities of iron. [1893.] Phil. Trans.

(A), 184, 1894, 985-1039.

Ewing, James Alfred, & Low, William. On the magnetisa-
tion of HADFIELD'S manganese steel in strong fields.

Brit. Ass. Eep., 1887, 587-588.
On the influence of a plane of transverse section on

the magnetic permeability of an iron bar. Electrician,

19, 1887, 439-440; Phil. Mag., 26, 1888, 274-285.
On the magnetisation of iron in strong fields. Eoy.

Soc. Proc., 42, 1887, 200-210; Brit. Ass. Eep., 1887,

586-587.
On the magnetisation of iron and other magnetic

metals in very strong fields. [1888.] Phil. Trans. (A),

180, 1890, 221-244.
Ewing, James Alfred, & Rosenhain, Walter. Bakerian

lecture [and Second Paper]. The crystalline structure of

metals. [1889-1900.] Phil. Trans. (A), 193, 1900, 353-

375; 195, 1901, 279-301.
Experiments in micro-metallurgy; effects of strain.

Preliminary notice. [1899.] Eoy. Soc. Proc., 65, 1900,

85-90.
Ewing, Peter. A week at Glen Shee. [1884.] Glasgow

Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 1, 1887, 157-162.
Notes on some Alpine plants from Forfarshire and

Aberdeenshire. [1886.] Glasgow Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc.

& Trans., 1, 1887, 286-289.

Flora of Beinn Laoigh. Jl. Bot., 27, 1889, 51.

On Carex spiralis, a species new to science. [1887.]

Glasgow Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 2, 1890, 110.
A contribution to the topographical botany of the

west of Scotland. [1887-90.] Glasgow Nat. Hist. Soc.

Proc. & Trans., 2, 1890, 309-321 ; 3, 1892, 159-160, 161-

165.
On some Scandinavian forms of Scottish alpine

plants. Glasgow Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 2,

1890, 111-114.
On Juncus tenuis, Willdenow, as a Scottish plant.

[1889.] Glasgow Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 3, 1892,

166-169.

On some forms of Eanunculus flammula, Linn. Ann.



Scott. Nat. Hist., 1894, 235-239.

Alchemilla vulgaris, Linn., and allied forms.



[1894.]

Glasgow Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 4, 1897, 40-43.
Contribution to the topographical botany of the west

of Scotland. [1895.] Glasgow Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc. &

Trans., 4, 1897, 199-214.
Eemarks on " The London Catalogue of British

Plants," ninth edition, 1895. [1895.] Glasgow Nat.

Hist. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 4, 1897, 324-330.
Exelmans, A. [Voyage de La Manche a 1'ile Jan-Mayen

et au Spitzberg (juillet-aout 1892).] Observations mag-

ne"tiques. Nouv. Arch. Miss. Sci., 5, 1893, 125-142.



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Exner, Alfred. Kehlkopfnerven und die Functionen der

Thyreoidea. Pfluger, Arch. Physiol., 68; 1897, 100-109.
Anwendung der Engelmann'schen Bacterienmethode

auf die Untersuchung thierischer Gewebe. Wien, Ak.

Sber., 106, 1897 (Abth. 3), 58-65.
Exner, Felix M. Ueber die Absorption sspectren der

seltenen Erden im sichtbaren und ultravioletten Theile

des Spectruins. Wien, Ak. Sber., 108, 1899 (Abth. 2a),

1252-1266.
Notiz zu BKOWN'S Molecularbewegung. Ann. Phys.,

2, 1900, 843-847.
Messungen der taglichen Temperaturschwankungen

in verschiedenen Tiefen des Wolfgangsees. Wien, Ak.

Sber., 109, 1900 (Abth. 2a), 905-922.
Exner, Franz. Ueber eine neue Methode zur Bestimmung

der Grosse der Molekiile. Wien, Ak. Sber., 91, 1885

(Abth. 2), 850-879; Mhefte. Chem., 1885,249-278; Exner,

Bepertm., 21, 1885, 349-355.
Ueber die Photometric sehr starker Lichtquellen.

Centrztg. Optik, 7, 1886, 266-270.

Die Gesetze der atmospharischen Elektricitat. Exner,



Bepertm., 22, 1886, 329-330.

Ueber die Ursache und die Gesetze der atmosphari-
schen Elektricitat. Wien, Ak. Sber,, 93, 1886 (Abth. 2),
222-285.

Zur Theorie [seiner] Versuche iiber Contactelectricitat.
Ann. Phys. Chem., 32, 1887, 515-520; Exner, Bepertm.,
24, 1888, 12-16.

Zur Photometric der Sonne. Wien, Ak. Sber., 94,



1887 (Abth. 2), 345-356.

Zur Contacttheorie. Wien, Ak. Sber., 95, 1887

(Abth. 2), 595-605.

Ueber transportable Apparate zur Beobachtung der
atmospharischen Elektricitat. Wien, Ak. Sber., 95,
1887 (Abth. 2), 1084-1100.

Ueber die Abhangigkeit der atmospharischen Elek-
tricitat vom Wassergehalte der Luft. [1887.] Wien,
Ak. Sber., 96, 1888 (Abth. 2), 419-475.

Weitere Beobachtungen iiber atmospharische Elek-
tricitat. [1888.] Wien, Ak. Sber., 97, 1889 (Abth. 2a),
277-300.

Bemerkungen zu Herrn SOHNCKE'S Theorie der Luft-

Elektricitat. Eine Erwiderung. Exner, Bepertm., 25,
1889, 743-749.

Beobachtungen iiber atmospharische Elektricitat in

den Tropen. [1889-90.] Wien, Ak. Sber., 98, 1890
(Abth. 2a), 1004-1027; 99, 1891 (Abth. 2a), 601-653.

Elektrochemische Untersuchungen. Wien, Ak. Sber.,

100, 1891 (Abth. 2o), 607-634; 101, 1892 (Abth. 2a), 627-
701, 1436-1456; Mhefte. Chem., 1891, 276-303; 1892,
851-871; Wien, Ak. Sber., 103, 1894 (Abth. 2a), 845-
872.

Beitrage zur Kenntniss der atmospharischen Elek-
tricitat. i. Messungen des Potentialgefalles in Obera-
gypten. Wien, Ak. Sber., 108, 1899 (Abth. 2a), 371-
421.

Ueber neuere Untersuchungen auf dem Gebiete der

atmospharischen Elektricitat. Meteorol. Ztschr., 17
(1900), 529-543.

Exner, Franz, & Czermak, Paul. Ueber unipolare In-
duction. [1886.] Wien, Ak. Sber., 94, 1887 (Abth. 2),
357-366.

Exner, Franz, & Haschek, Eduard. Ueber die ultra-
violetten Funkenspectra der Elemente. Wien, Ak. Sber.,
104, 1895 (Abth. 2a), 909-962; 105, 1896 (Abth. 2a), 389-
436, 503-574, 707-740, 989-1013; 106, 1897 (Abth. 2a),
36-53, 54-68, 337-356, 494-520, 1127-1152; 107, 1898
(Abth. 2a), 182-206, 792-812, 813-837, 1335-1380; 108,

1899 (Abth. 2a), 825-859, 1071-1121, 1123-1151; 109,

1900 (Abth. 2a), 103-169.

Note on the spectrum of silicon. Astrophys. Jl., 12,



Theorie des galvanischen Elementes. Wien, Ak. Sber.,

97, 1889 (Abth. 2a), 917-957 ; Mhefte. Chem., 1888, 903-

943.
Ueber Quecksilber-Tropfelektroden. Eine Erwiderung.

Exner, Bepertm., 25, 1889, 597-614.

Ueber Ostwald'sche Tropfelektroden. Zweite Er-
widerung, Exner, Bepertm., 26, 1890, 91-101.
Exner, Karl. Ueber die durch zablreiche, unregelmassig

vertheilte Korperchen hervorgebrachten Beugungser-

scheinungen. [1884.] Wien, Ak. Sber., 90, 1885

(Abth. 2), 827-879.
Bemerkung iiber die Lichtgeschwindigkeit im Quarze.

Wien, Ak. Sber., 91, 1885 (Abth. 2), 218-222.
Zur Linsenformel. Linsenwirkung nicht homogener

Korper. Ann. Phys. Chem., 28, 1886, 111-116.
Giiltigkeit der Linsenformel fur nicht homogene

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Ueber die bei totalen Sonnenfinsternissen auftre-

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Ueber die Aufstellung grosser Instrumente. Astr.

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Ueber eine unter seiner Leitung im physiologischen

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