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On a new Post-Pliocene limnaeid. Amer. Geologist,

1, 1888, 146-148.
On the gross anatomy of Campeloma. Amer. Natlist.,

22, 1888, 491-497.
Some ferns of the Ozark region of Missouri. [1887.]

Iowa Ac. Sci. Proc., [1 (Pt. 1)], 1890, 15-16.
The Parvus group of Unionidse. [1888.] Iowa Ac.

Sci. Proc., [1 (Pt. 1)], 1890, 45-51.
The geology of Crowley's Ridge, Arkansas. [1888.]

Iowa Ac. Sci. Proc., [1 (Pt. 1)], 1890, 52-53.
Notes on the native forest trees of eastern Arkansas.

[1889.] Iowa Ac. Sci. Proc., [1 (Pt. 1)], 1890, 76-85.
On the geology of eastern Arkansas. [1889.] Iowa

Ac. Sci. Proc., [1 (Pt. 1)], 1890, 85-90.
On a new serpent from Iowa. Amer. Jl. Sci., 41,



1891, 297-299.
The Tertiary silicified woods of eastern Arkansas.

[1891.] Amer. Jl. Sci., 42, 1891, 394-401 ; Iowa Ac. Sci.

Proc., 1 (Pt. 2), 1892, 37-43.
The fishes of the Des Moines basin. [1890.] Iowa

Ac. Sci. Proc., 1 (Pt. 2), 1892, 43-56.
On an abnormal hyoid bone in the human subject.

[1891.] Iowa Ac. Sci. Proc., 1 (Pt. 2), 1892, 56-57.
Artesian wells in Iowa. [1891.] Iowa Ac. Sci. Proc.,

1 (Pt. 2), 1892, 57-63; Science, 19, 1892, 310.

On certain recent, Quaternary, and new fresh-water

Mollusca. [1886.] Davenport Ac. Proc., 5, 1893, 1-8.
Memoranda on a collection of fishes from the Ozark

region of Missouri. [1887.] Davenport Ac. Proc., 5,

1893, 73-80.
On the geographic and hypsometric distribution of

North American Viviparidse. [1893.] Amer. Jl. Sci.,

48, 1894, 132-141.
A study of the Unionidae of Arkansas, with incidental

reference to their distribution in the Mississippi valley.

[1895.] St. Louis Ac. Trans., 7 (1894-97), 1-65.
Illustrations of little known Unionidae. [1896.] Cincin.

Soc. Nat. Hist. JL, 18, 1895-96, 157-160.
Some notes on the flora and fauna of the Mammoth

Cave, Ky. [1896.] Amer. Natlist., 31, 1897, 377-392.
La cartographic de Mammoth Cave (Kentucky).

Spelunca, Paris, 1897, 12-22.
The zoology of Mammoth Cave. [1899.] N. Y. Ac.

Ann., 12, 1899-1900, 647-648.
A descriptive illustrated catalogue of the Mollusca of

Indiana. Indiana, Dept. Geol. Ann. Rep., 24, 1900,

337-535.
The Newburg mastodon and its associated fauna.

[1900.] N. Y. Ac. Ann., 13, 1900-01, 467-468.
Some preliminary notes on crystal growths in Mam-
moth Cave. [1900.] N. Y. Ac. Ann., 13, 1900-01,

480-481.
Note on the flora of Mammoth Cave, Kentucky.

[1897.] Cincin. Soc. Nat. Hist. Jl., 19, [1901], 79-

80.
Call, R[ichard] Ellsworth, & Beecher, Charles Emerson.

Notes on a Nevada shell (Pyrgula nevadensis). Amer.

Natlist., 18, 1884, 851-855.
Call, R[ichard] Ellsworth, & Keyes, Charles Rollin. See

Keyes & Call.
Call, R[ichard] Ellsworth, & Pilsbry, Henry A. On

Pyrgulopsis, a new genus of rissoid mollusk, with

descriptions of two new forms. [1886.] Davenport Ac.

Proc., 5, 1893, 9-14.
Calla, Christophe Francois. For biographical notice see

Paris, Ingen. Civ. Mem., 1884 (Pt. 1), 368-378.
Callamand, E. Du r61e de 1'eau dans la nutrition. Arch.

Gen. Med., 158, 1886, 711-737.
Callan, (Rev.) Hugh. Lands and peoples of the Balkans.

Scott. Geogr. Mag., 14, 1898, 225-241.



Albania and the Albanians in 1898. Scott. Geogr.

Mag., 15, 1899, 337-350.
Callandreau, [Pierre Jean] 0[ctave]. Sur une equation

diffe'rentielle de la theorie des perturbations et remarques

relatives aux Nos. 2389 et 2435 des A. N. Astr. Nachr.,

107, 1884, 33-38.
Apparences de Ve"nus dans le voisinage de la conjonc-

tion inferieure, en 1882. Bull. Astr., 1, 1884, 221-223.

Sur des developpements qui se rapportent & la distance

de deux points et sur quelques proprie"te"s des fonctions

spheriques. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 99, 1884, 23-26.
Sur la theorie de la figure des planetes. Paris, Ac.

Sci. C. R., 99, 1884, 1060-1061.
Sur la constitution inte'rieure de la Terre. Paris, Ac.

Sci. C. R., 100, 1885, 37-40.
Addition a deux notes prece'dentes, concernant la

theorie de la figure des planetes et de la Terre. Paris,

Ac. Sci. C. R., 100, 1885, 163-164.
Sur la theorie de la figure de la Terre. Paris, Ac. Sci.

C. R., 100, 1885, 1204-1206.
Influence du roulis sur les observations faites a la

mer avec le cercle a niveau de mercure de M. RENODF.

Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 100, 1885, 1284-1286.
Energie potentielle de deux ellipsoides qui s'attirent.

Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 101, 1885, 1476-1478.
Calcul des variations se"culaires des elements des

orbites. Paris Obs. Ann. (Mem.), 18, 1885, A. 46 pp., vii.
Sur le developpement des coordonn^es elliptiques.

Bull. Astr., 3, 1886, 528-532.
Simplifications qui se presentent dans le calcul

numerique des perturbations pour certaines valeurs de

1'argument. Applications. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 102,

1886, 598-601.
Sur le developpement en serie du potentiel d'un corps

homogene de revolution. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 103,

1886, 33-35, 195-198.
Sur la serie de MACLAUBIN dans le cas d'une variable

re"elle. Application au developpement en se'rie du

potentiel d'un corps homoge'ne. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R.,



103, 1886, 864-867, 954.
Sur le calcul des integrates ^
A 2 etant de la forme



<f> (u) du
A 3 (") '



et



A + B cos M + C sin u + D cos 2u + E sin 2u,

et A 2 essentiellement positif. Bull. Astr., 4, 1887, 192-
194.

Sur la serie de MACLAUBIN, dans le cas d'une variable
reelle. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 104, 1887, 38-41.

Sur la theorie de la figure des planetes. Paris, Ac.
Sci. C. R., 104, 1887, 1600-1602.

Recherches sur la theorie de la figure des planetes ;
etude speciale des grosses plane'tes. Paris, Ac. Sci.
C. R., 105, 1887, 1171-1173.

Sur le developpement des fonctions en series par la
formule de MACLAUBIN, dans 10 cas d'une variable reelle.
Paris, Soc. Math. Bull., 15, 1887, 23-33.

Remarques sur la theorie de la figure de la Terre.
Bull. Astr., 5, 1888, 473-480; 6, 1889, 185-192.

Energie potentielle de la gravitation d'une planete.
Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 107, 1888, 555-557.

Prediction des occultations. Bull. Astr., 6, 1889,
129-141.

Sur les calculs de MAXWELL, relatifs au mouvement
d'un anneau rigide autour de Saturne. Paris, Ac. Sci.
C. R. , 109, 1889, 467-470 ; Bull. Astr., 7, 1890, 69-75.

Sur le developpement en serie du potentiel des
spheroi'des de revolution. Paris, Ecole Polyt. JL, 58,
1889, 127-154.

Memoire sur la theorie de la figure des planetes.
Paris Obs. Ann. (Mem.), 19, 1889, E. 84 pp., vii.

Quelques remarques sur le calcul des transcendantes
de BESSEL. Bull. Astr., 7, 1890, 145-147.



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Sur une representation geometrique, due a MOEBIUS,

des variations des elements des orbites. Bull. Astr., 7,
1890, 227-228.

Valeur asymptotique des coefficients du developpement

[ - A-i (2x) 6 4- ... utilises



dans les quadratures mecaniques. Bull. Astr., 7, 1890,
301-304.
Calcul des transcendantes de BESSEL



,

n( '~



7, G

~l.2...nL l(n



pour les grandes valeurs de a, au moyen de series semi-
conyergentes. Bull. Sci. Math., 14, 1890, 110-114.

- Etudes sur la theorie de la capture des cometes
peripdiques. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 110, 1890, 625-627.

- Ecart entre la surface de la Terre supposee fluide et
celle d'un ellipsoiide de revolution ayant memes axes.
Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 110, 1890, 993-994.

- Etudes sur la theorie des cometes periodiques. Paris,
Ac. Sci. C. B., Ill, 1890, 30-31.

- Sur la reduction a la forme canon ique des equations
differentielles pour la variation des arbitraires dans la
theorie des mouvements de rotation. Paris, Ac. Sci.
C. B., Ill, 1890, 593-595.

- Sur quelques applications des theories concernant les
solutions particulieres periodiques du probleme des trois
corps et 1 'integration des Equations differentielles line"aires
a coefficients periodiques. Bull. Astr., 8, 1891, 49-67.

- Sur le calcul des polynomes X n (cos 6) de LEGENDBE
pour les grandes valeurs de n. Bull. Sci. Math., 15,
1891, 121-124.

- Sur la theorie des etoiles filantes. Paris, Ac. Sci.
C. B., 112, 1891, 1303-1305.

- Sur un cas particulier du probleme des trois corps.
Bull. Astr., 9, 1892, 113-118.

- Sur le calcul des inegalites d'ordre eleve. Paris, Ac.
Sci. C. B., 115, 1892, 386-389.

- Observations de la Comete Holmes (/ 1892), faites a
PObservatoire de Paris (equatorial de la Tour del'Ouest).
Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 115, 1892, 924-925.

- Etude sur la theorie des cometes periodiques. Paris
Obs. Ann. (Mem.), 20, 1892, B. 64 pp.

- Sur des integrates definies qui jouent un role dans
le calcul des perturbations. Application aux petites
planetes ; calcul des elements moyens de leurs orbites.
Application au calcul des inegalites a longue periode.
Bull. Astr., 10, 1893, 265-274, 313-321.
Observations de la Comete Brooks (19 nov. 1892),
faites a PObservatoire de Paris (equatorial de la Tour de
1'Ouest). Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 116, 1893, 46.

- Observations de la nouvelle Comete Denning (1894,
26 mars), faites a 1'equatorial de la Tour de 1'Est. Paris,
Ac. Sci. C. B., 118, 1894, 728.

- Sur les lacunes dans la zone des petites planetes.
Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 118, 1894, 751-757; 120, 1895,
585-589.

- La masse de Mercure et 1' acceleration du moyen
mouvement de la Comete d'ExcKE, d'apres les travaux
recents de M. 0. BACKLUND. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 119,
1894, 545-550.

- Observations de la planete BC (1894 mars 24), faites
a 1'Observatoire de Paris (equatorial de la Tour de 1'Est,
de O m ,380 d'ouverture). Bull. Astr., 12, 1895, 19-20.

- Sur quelques points de la theorie de la lune de
DELAUNAY. Bull. Astr., 12, 1895, 369-372.

Mesures micrometriques d'etoiles doubles, faites a
1'Observatoire de Paris, en 1894'. Bull. Astr., 12, 1895,
522-523.

- Notes sur quelques observatoires. Bull. Astr., 13,
1896, 497-504; 14, 1897, 72-80, 154-160, 394-400.

- Observation de la nouvelle planete CH Charlois

E. s. xiv.



(8 Janvier), faite a 1'Observatoire de Paris (equatorial de
la Tour de 1'Est). Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 122 1896
57-58.

Sur la desagrSgation des cometes. Paris, Ac. Sci.

C. B., 123, 1896, 663-664; Bull. Astr., 13, 1896, 465-
471.

Sur quelques cas de commensurabilite des moyens
mouvements dans le systeme solaire (lacunes des petites
planetes, librations des satellites). Paris Obs. Ann.
(Mem.), 22, 1896, B. 109 pp.

Sur la theorie de la figure des planetes. Applications

a Jupiter et a la Terre. Bull. Astr., 14, 1897, 214-217.

Observations de la Comete 1895 II (Swift) et de petites

planetes, faites a 1'Observatoire de Paris (Equatorial de
la Tour de 1'Est de O m ,38 d'ouverture). Bull. Astr., 14,

1897, 354-359.

Sur la de"sagre"gation des cometes. Bole de Jupiter a
1'egard des cometes a courte periode. Paris, Ac. Sci.
C. B., 124, 1897, 1193-1196, 1486; Bull. Astr., 14, 1897,
326-329.

Observations de petites planetes faites a 1'equatorial
de la Tour de 1'Est (O m ,38 d'ouverture) en 1897. [Avec
1'assistance de M. G. BLANPAIN.] [1899.] Paris Obs.
Ann. (Obsns.), 1897, F. 20 pp.

Tables num^riques pour faciliter le developpement,

par interpolation, de la fonction perturbatrice. Paris,

Ac. Sci. C. B., 127, 1898, 6-9.
Sur le calcul nume"rique des coefficients dans le

developpement de la fonction perturbatrice. Paris, Ac.

Sci. C. B., 127, 1898, 211-212.

Observations de petites planetes et de cometes faites
a 1'equatorial de la Tour de 1'Est (O m ,38 d'ouverture) en

1898, [Avec 1'assistance de M. G. BLANPAIN.] [1902.]
Paris Obs. Ann. (Obsns.), 1898, E. 31 pp.

Sur la theorie de la figure des planetes. Energie

potentielle de la gravitation d'une planete. Bull. Astr.,
16, 1899, 226-228.

Application des me"thodes generates de LAPLACE (livre n,

chap, v et vi) a 1'integration d'une equation diffe'rentielle
consideree par M. HILL (Astr. Jl., No. 419). Bull. Astr.,
16, 1899, 274-277.

Sur quelques particularities de la theorie des etoiles
filantes. Possibility de la repetition d'activite" de certains
points radiants. Existence des points radiants dits
stationnaires. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 128, 1899, 577-581.

Observation de la planete EL (Coggia, 31 mars), faite

a 1'Observatoire de Paris, a 1'equatorial de la Tour de
1'Est (O m ,38 d'ouverture). Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 128,

1899, 853-854.

Observations de petites planetes et de cometes faites

a 1'equatorial de la Tour de 1'Est (O m ,38 d'ouverture)
en 1899. [Avec 1'assistance de MM. G. BLANPAIN et
SCHAUMASSE.] [1904.] Paris Obs. Ann. (Obsns.), 1899,
E. 27 pp.

Sur 1'anomalie du mouvement du perijove du satellite

V de Jupiter. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B. , 130, 1900, 17-19.

Observations de petites planetes faites a 1'equatorial

de la Tour de 1'Est (O m ,38 ouverture) en 1900. [Avec
1'assistance de M. SCHAUMASSE.] [1904.] Paris Obs.
Ann. (Obsns.), 1900, E. 53-E. 68.

Callandreau, [Pierre Jean} Octave], & Bigourdan,
G[uillaume]. Observations de la nouvelle planete AV
(Courty, 1894 fevrier 11) faites a PObservatoire de Paris.
Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 118, 1894, 452-453.

Observations de la nouvelle planete BB (Charlois),

faites a PObservatoire de Paris. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B.,
118, 1894, 555-556.

Callandreau, [Pierre Jean] 0[ctave], & Pabry, Louis.
Tables numeriques destinees a faciliter le calcul des
ephemerides des petites planetes. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B.,
101, 1885, 598-599; Bull. Astr., 2, 1885, 453-463.

Callandreau, [Pierre Jean] 0[ctave], & Fayet, Gaston.
Calcul de Porbite d'une comete dont le mouvement



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[Callendar



geocentrique est considerable. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B.,
130, 1900, 281-283.

Callary, . *Abbeville (Somme). Eesumes des obser-
vations met^orologiques faites pendant les annees 1841-
50. France Soc. Meteorol. Annu., 9, 1861, Pt. 1, 113-
124.

Callaway, Charles. *Notes on the Pedwardine shales.
[1882.] Woolhope Field Club Trans., 1881-82, 197.

Notes on progressive metamorphism. Geol. Mag., 1,

1884, -218-224.

On a new metamorphic area in Shropshire. Geol.

Mag., 1, 1884, 362-366.
The Archaean and Lower Palaeozoic rocks of Anglesey.

Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 40, 1884, 567-583.
A plea for comparative lithology. Geol. Mag., 2,

1885, 258-264.

On the granitic and schistose rocks of northern

Donegal. Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 41, 1885, 221-239.
Notes on the crystalline schists of Ireland. Brit.

Ass. Bep., 1886, 661.
On some derived fragments in the Longmynd and

newer Archaean rocks of Shropshire. Geol. Soc. Quart.

JL, 42, 1886, 481-485. .
[The formation of the Wrekin.] Midland Natlist., 9,

1886, 194-195, 253.

Notes on the origin of the older Archaean rocks of

Malvern and Anglesey. Brit. Ass. Bep., 1887, 706-707.

On parallel structure in rocks as indicating a sedi-
mentary origin. Geol. Mag., 4, 1887, 351-354.

On the alleged conversion of crystalline schists into

igneous rocks in County Galway. 'Geol. Soc. Quart. JL,
43, 1887, 517-524.

A preliminary inquiry into the genesis of the crystal-
line schists of the Malvern Hills. Geol. Soc. Quart. JL,
43, 1887, 525-536.

Further notes on the origin of the crystalline schists

of Malvern and Anglesey. Brit. Ass. Bep., 1888, 653-654.

Sketch of the geology of the cristalline axis of the

Malvern Hills. Brit. Ass. Bep., 1888, 654.

Glaucophane in Anglesey. Geol. Mag. , 5, 1888, 238.

Notes on the "Monian system" of Professor BLAKE.

Geol. Mag., 5, 1888, 560-563 ; 6, 1889, 94-96.

The present state of the Archaean controversy in

Britain. Geol. Mag., 6, 1889, 319-325.

Foliation in the Malvern Hills. Geol. Mag., 6, 1889,

335-336.

On the production of secondary minerals at shear-
zones in the crystalline rocks of the Malvern Hills.
Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 45, 1889, 475-501.

The evolution of the Earth's crust. [1890.] Birming-
ham Phil. Soc. Proc., 7 (1889-91), 241-252.

Age of the volcanic series in Shropshire. Geol. Mag. ,

7, 1890, 143.

Priority of nomenclature. Geol. Mag., 7, 1890, 479.

Notes on the Quaternary deposits of Shropshire.

Midland Natlist., 13, 1890, 110-114.

Excursion to the Corndon. Midland Natlist., 13,

1890, 167-168.

On the unconformities between the rock-systems

underlying the Cambrian quartzite in Shropshire. Geol.
Soc. Quart. JL, 47, 1891, 109-124.

Geology of the Lilleshall district. Midland Natlist.,

14, 1891, 214-215.

Notes on the process of schist-making in the Malvern

Hills. Geol. Mag., 9, 1892, 545-548.

[Excursion to the Wrekin.] [1.893.] Caradoc Field

Club Trans., 1, 1893-96, 35-36.

On the conversion of chlorite into biotite in rock

metamorphism. Geol. Mag., 10, 1893, 535-538.

The origin of the crystalline schists of the Malvern

Hills. Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 49, 1893, 398-423.

How many Archaean rock-groups have we in Great

Britain? Science, 21, 1893, 6.



A series of fossil shells from Gloppa, collected by

Mr. A. G. NICHOLSON. [1894.] Caradoc Field Club
Trans., 1, 1893-96, 9 (bis)-lB (bis).

On chlorite as a source of biotite : a reply. Geol.

Mag., 1, 1894, 217-220.

How chlorite is converted into biotite.



1894, 320-322.

la granite ever metamorphic?



Geol. Mag., 1,

Science, 23, 1894,
157.

Igneous rocks of Shropshire. [1895.] Caradoc Field
Club Trans., 1, 1893-96, 135-137.

Professor HULL and the Cambrian age of the Charn-
wood elastics. Geol. Mag., 2, 1895, 142-143.

Can a diorite become an acidic gneiss? Geol. Mag., 2,
1895, 220-223.

The barrenness of Precambrian rocks. [1895.] Nature,
51 (1894-95), 462-463.

Notes on the superficial deposits of north Shropshire.



Brit. Ass. Bep., 1896, 800; Geol. Mag., 3, 1896, 482-484.
A sketch of the process of metamorphism in the

Malvern crystallines. [1896.] Liverpool Geol. Soc.

Proc., 7, 1897, 453-460.
The origin of the grey gneiss of Anglesey. Geol.

Mag., 4, 1897, 377-378.
On the origin of some of the gneisses of Anglesey.

Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 53, 1897, 349-357.
Becent discoveries in the geology of the Malvern Hills.

[1898.] Cotteswold Club Proc., 12 (1896-98), 239-247.
On a quartzite and syenite rock in Worcestershire.

Geol. Mag., 5, 1898, 379.
On the metamorphism of a series of grits and shales

in northern Anglesey. Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 54, 1898,

374-381.
Notes on the origin of the gneisses and schists of the

Malvern Hills. [1898.] Woolhope Field Club Trans.,

1898-99, 67 (tos)-68 (bis).
The earliest known forms of life on the globe. [1899.]

Cotteswold Club Proc., 13, 1899-1901, 73-83.
A criticism on the chemical evidence for the existence

of organisms in the oldest rocks. [1897.] Liverpool

Geol. Soc. Proc., 8, 1900, 98-103.
On Longmyndian inliers at Old Badnor and Huntley

(Gloucestershire). Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 56, 1900, 511-

520.
Callay, . Bapport sur Pherborisation du 19 juin :

environs des Hautes-Bivieres et de Linchamps. France

Soc. Bot. Bull., 32, 1885, Ixxxvii-lxxxviii.
Callbreath, J. C. Observations at Telegraph Creek,

Stikine river, B. C., during portions of the years 1881 to

1886. [1888.] Canada Geol. Surv. Bep., 3, 1889, B 248-

B254.
Calleja, Carlos. Distribucion y significacion de las celulas

cebadas de EHRLICH. Bev. Trim. Microgr., 1, 1896, 137-

147.
Metodo de triple coloracion con el carmin litinado y

el picro-carmin de indigo. Bev. Trim. Microgr., 2, 1897,

101-104.
Calleja, Carlos, & Sirvent, Angel. Contribucion al estudio

del "Bacillus lactis aerogenes." Bev. Trim. Microgr., 4,

1899, 65-71.

Calleja, Francisco Martinez. See Martinez Calleja.
Callenbach, Johann Anton. Ueber die Hagemann'schen

Cyclomethylhexenoncarbonsaureester und ihre Umwand-

lung in ein Isomeres des Camphers. Berlin, Chem. Ges.

Ber. , 30, 1897, 639-646.

Callendar, Hugh Longbourne. On the practical measure-
ment of temperature : experiments made at the Cavendish

Laboratory, Cambridge. [1886-87.] Phil. Trans. (A),

178, 1888, 161-230.
On the construction of platinum thermometers. Phil.

Mag., 32, 1891, 104-113.
On a compensated air thermometer. [1891.] Boy.

Soc. Proc., 50, 1892, 247-251.



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On platinum pyrometers. [With discussion.'] Iron

& Steel Inst. Jl., 1892 {No. 1), 164-182.

Some experiments with a platinum pyrometer on the

melting-points of gold and silver. Phil. Mag., 33, 1892,
220-228.

Preliminary results of observations of soil tempera-
tures with electrical resistance thermometers, made at
the McDonald Physics Building, McGill University,
Montreal. Canada Roy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 1, 1895
(Sect. 3),. 63-83.

A platinum voltmeter. Brit. Ass. Rep. , 1898, 788-

789.

A quantitative bolometric sunshine recorder. Brit.

Ass. Rep., 1898, 796-797.

On the bridge method of comparing low resistances.



Electrician, 41, 1898, 354.

An alternating cycle-curve recorder. Electrician, 41,

1898, 582-586.

Proposals for a standard scale of temperature based
on the platinum resistance thermometer. To be sub-
mitted to the Electrical Standards Committee. Brit. Ass.
Rep., 1899, 242-243.

Notes on platinum thermometry. Phil. Mag., 47,

1899, 191-222.

On a practical thermometric standard. Phil. Mag.,
48, 1899, 519-547.

On solar radiation. Report of the Committee
appointed to consider the best methods of recording the
direct intensity of solar radiation. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1900,
36-45.

On the thermodynamical properties of gases and



vapours as deduced from a modified form of the Joule-
Thomson equation, with special reference to the pro-
perties of steam. [1900.] Roy. Soc. Proc., 67, 1901,
266-286.

Measuring extreme temperatures. [1899.] Roy. Inst.

Proc., 16, 1902, 97-113.

Callendar, Hugh Longbourne, & Barnes, Howard Turner.
On a new method of determining the specific heat of
a liquid in terms of the international electrical units.
Brit. Ass. Rep., 1897, 552-553.

On a simple modification of the Board of Trade form
of the standard Clark cell. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1897, 591 ;
Electrician, 39, 1897, 638-639.

On the variation of the electromotive force of different

forms of the Clark standard cell with temperature and
with strength of solution. Roy. Soc. Proc., 62, 1898,
117-152.

Preliminary note on the variation of the specific heat
of water. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1899, 624-632.

Note on the variation of the specific heat of water

between and 100 C. Phys. Rev., 10, 1900, 202-214.

Callendar, Hugh Longbourne, & Cox, John. See Cox &
Callendar.

Callendar, Hugh Longbourne, & Evans, N. N. The
behaviour of argon in X-ray tubes. Nature, 56 (1897),
624-625.

Callendar, Hugh Longbourne, & Griffiths, Earnest]
H [award]. On the determination of the boiling-point of
sulphur, and on a method of standardising platinum
resistance thermometers by reference to it. Experiments
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Phil. Trans. (A), 182, 1892, 119-157.

Callendar, Hugh Longbourne, & McLeod, C[lement]
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See also McLeod & Callendar.

Callendar, Hugh Longbourne, & Nlcolson, John Thomas.
Experiments on the condensation of steam. Brit. Ass.
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On the law of condensation of steam deduced from



measurements of temperature-cycles of the walls and
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Calliburees, P. Recherches experimentales sur 1'influence
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Description d'un nouvel appareil d'^vaporation et de

distillation propre a opener le traitement pneumatique
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Callier, A. Eine botanische Exkursion ins Riesengebirge.
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Mitteilung iiber Alnus glutinosa x incana. Deutsche
Bot. Mschr., 7, 1889, 51-55.

Ueber die in Schlesien vorkommenden Formen der

Gattung Alnus. Breslau, Schles. Ges. Jber., 1891
(Abth. 2), 72-85.

Potentilla argentea x silesiaca, n. hybr. (P. Schol-



ziana, m.). Deutsche Bot. Mschr., 9, 1891, 7-9.
Flora silesiaca exsiccata. Deutsche Bot. Mschr., 10,

1892, 161-195.

Bemerkungen zur Flora silesiaca exsiccata. Allg.

Bot. Ztschr., 1895, 39-45, 66-68, 81-82, 104-106, 123-

124, 158-159, 195-196.
Calliphronas, G. C. On the motion of a liquid in a

rotating spherical sector. Messenger of Math., 18, 1889,

185-191.
Callison, J. S. The distribution of boracic acid among

plants. Jl. Anal. Chem., 4, 1890, 191-196.
Callison, J. S., & Venable, F[rank] P[reston]. See

Venable & Callison.
Callme, [Herman] Alfred. For biographical notice see

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