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Author: Josiah P Cooke, Jr.; Oliver W Huntington; Geo J Brush; F A Gooch
Publisher: Cambridge [Mass.] : [publisher not identified], 1881.
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Named Person: Josiah P Cooke, Jr.; Thomas Graham; W H Miller
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Josiah P Cooke, Jr.; Oliver W Huntington; Geo J Brush; F A Gooch
OCLC Number: 24092544
Notes: Consists of a collection of 29 monographs, pamphlets, offprints, and serial extracts written by Cooke and bound together with general title page.
Description: 1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Numerical relation between the atomic weights, with some thoughts on the classification of the chemical elements [24 p., [1] fold. leaf of plates] --
On a new mode of manipulating hydric sulphide, presented May 30, 1876 [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College, VIII. In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 12 : p. 113-123] --
On the process of reverse filtering and its application to large masses of material, presented May 30, 1876 [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College, IX. In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 12 : p. 124-130] --
Revision of the atomic weights of antimony [In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 13 : p. 1-71] --
Re-examination of some of the haloid compounds of antimony [In : Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 13 : p. 72-114, [3] leaves of plates (1 col.)] --
Atomic weight of antimony : preliminary notice of additional experiments, presented March 10, 1880 [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College, XI. In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 15 : p. 251-255] --
The oxidation of hydrochloric acid solutions of antimony in the atmosphere [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College. In: The American journal of science, v. 19, June 1880, p. [464]-467] --
On argento-antimonious tartrate : silver emetic [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College. In: American journal of science, v. 19, May 1880 : p. [1]-2] --
On the solubility of chloride of silver in water [In: American journal of science, v. 21, Mar. 1881 : p. [219]-225] --
The oxidation of hydrochloric acid solutions of antimony in the atmosphere [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College, I. In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 17 : p. 1-5] --
Argento-antomonious tartrate : silver emetic [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College, II. In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 17 : p. 5-7] --
On the solubility of argentic chloride in water [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College, III. In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 17 : p. 7-13] --
Additional experiments on the atomic weight of antimony [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College, IV. In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 17 : p. 13-22] --
Boiling point of iodine of antimony, and a new form of air thermometer [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College, V. In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 17 : p. 22-28] --
Revision of the atomic weight of cadmium / by Oliver W. Huntington, of the senior class [From: Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Harvard College, VI. In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 17 : p. 28-34] --
Crystalline form not necessarily an indication of definite chemical composition, or, On the possible variation of constitution in a mineral species independent of the phenomena of isomorphism [In: Philosophical magazine, June 1860 : p. 1-12] --
On an apparent perturbation of the law of definite proportions observed in the compounds of zinc and antimony [18 p., [1] fold. leaf of plates. Extracted from the American journal of science and arts, 2nd series, v. 20, Sept. 1855, from a Memoir of the American Academy ns., v. 5 : p.337] --
On the dimorphism of arsenic, antimony and zinc [In: American journal of science and arts, Mar. 1861, v. 31 : p.[1]-7] --
On certain lecture experiments, and on a new form of eudiometer [From: Contributions to chemistry and mineralogy from the Laboratory of Harvard College, I. In: American journal of science and arts, v. 44 : p. [3]-14] --
A method of determining the amounts of protoxyd of iron in silicates not soluble in the ordinary mineral acids [From: Contributions to chemistry and mineralogy from the Laboratory of Harvard College, II. In American journal of science and arts, v. 44 : p. [15]-18] --
Crystallographic determination of some American chlorites [From: Contributions to chemistry and mineralogy from the Laboratory of Harvard College, III. In: American journal of science and arts, v. 44 : p. [19]-24] --
On Danalite, a new mineral species from the granite of Rockport, Mass [In: American journal of science and arts, July 1866, v. 42 : p. [1]-7] --
On cryophyllite, a new mineral species of the mica family, with some associated minerals in the granite of Rockport, Massachusetts [In: American journal of science and arts, Mar. 1867, v. 43 : p.[1]-14] --
Childrenite from Hebron in Maine / by Geo. J. Brush [In: American journal of science and arts, Sept. 1863, v. 36 : 1 pg.] --
Crystallographic examination of the Hebron Mineral, and comparison of it with the childrenite from Tavistock [In: American journal of science and arts. Sept. 1863, v. 36 : 2 pgs.] --
Atomic Ratio [In: The American journal of science and arts, May 1869, v. 47 : p.[1]-4] --
Vermiculites: their crystallographic and chemical relations to the micas; together with a discussion of the cause of the variation of the optical angle in these minerals. II. Read, Dec. 9, 1873 [In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 11 : 35-67] --
Melanosiderite : a new mineral species, from Mineral Hill, Delaware County Pennsylvania. XVIII. Read, May 11, 1875 [In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 10 : p. 451-452] --
On two new varieties of Vermiculites, with a revision of the other members of this group / by Josiah P. Cooke, Jr. and F.A. Gooch. XIX. Presented May 11, 1875 [In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 10 : p. 453-462] --
Absolute system of electrical measurements [s.l. : s.n.] --
On the heat of friction [In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Apr. 1865, v. 6 : p.[2]-4] --
On the projection of the spectra of the metals [In: American journal of science and arts, Sept. 1865, v. 40 : p. [5]-8, p.[244]-248] --
On the construction of a spectroscope with a number of prisms, by which the angle of minimum deviation for any ray may be accurately measured and its position in the solar spectrum determined [In: American journal of science and arts, Nov. 1865, v. 40 : p. [3]-9, p. [305]-313] On the aqueous lines of the solar spectrum [In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Jan. 1866, v. 7 : p. [1]-8] --
Scientific intelligence. I. Physics. 1. The Radiometer [In: Chemistry and physics [s.l. : s.n. ; no vol. no.] p. 231-238] --
Notice of Berthelot's thermo-chemistry [In: American journal of science, Apr. 1880, v. 19 : p. [262]-267] --
Notice of Julius Thomsen's thermochemical investigation of the molecular structure of the hydrocarbon compounds. VIII [In: American journal of science, Feb. 1881, v. 21: p. [87]-74 ; Berichte der Deutsch. Chem. Gesellschaft, xiii, 1880, pp. 1321, 1388, 1806 ; Am. jour. sci. Third series, Feb. 1881, v. 21, no. 122] --
The nobility of knowledge : an address delivered before the Free Institute at Worcester, Mass., July 28, 1874 [s.l. ; s.n. p.[1]-12] --
Scientific culture : an [a]ddress delivered July 7, 1875, at the opening of the Summer Courses of Instruction in Chemistry, at Harvard University [p.[1]-18] --
The radiometer, a fresh evidence of a molecular universe : a lecture delivered in the Sanders Theatre of Harvard University, March 6, 1878 [Reprinted from: Popular science monthly, May, 1878 : p.[1]-21] --
Memoir of Thomas Graham [Reprint from: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, May 24, 1870, v. 8 : p. 230-239] --
Chemical and physical researches by Thomas Graham : [book review by J.P. Cooke] Preface and analytical contents by R. Angus Smith. Edinburgh, 1876 [From: American journal of science and arts, v. 14 : Aug. 1877] --
Memoir of William Hallowes Miller [Reprinted from: Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, May 24, 1881, v. 16 : p.[3]-11] --
Sketch of Professor J.P. Cooke, Jr. [Reprinted from: Popular science monthly, Feb. 1877 : p. 1-6].
Other Titles: Numerical relation between the atomic weights, with some thoughts on the classification of the chemical elements.
On a new mode of manipulating hydric sulphide.
On the process of reverse filtering and its application to large masses of material.
Revision of the atomic weights of antimony.
Re-examination of some of the haloid compounds of antimony.
Atomic weight of antimony : preliminary notice of additional experiments, presented March 10, 1880.
Oxidation of hydrochloric acid solutions of antimony in the atmosphere.
On argento-antimonious tartrate : silver emetic.
On the solubility of chloride of silver in water.
Argento-antomonious tartrate : silver emetic.
On the solubility of argentic chloride in water.
Additional experiments on the atomic weight of antimony.
Boiling point of iodine of antimony, and a new form of air thermometer.
Crystalline form not necessarily an indication of definite chemical composition.
On the possible variation of constitution in a mineral species independent of the phenomena of isomorphism.
On an apparent perturbation of the law of definite proportions observed in the compounds of zinc and antimony.
On the dimorphism of arsenic, antimony and zinc.
On certain lecture experiments, and on a new form of eudiometer.
Method of determining the amounts of protoxyd of iron in silicates not soluble in the ordinary mineral acids.
Crystallographic determination of some American chlorites.
On danalite, a new mineral species from the granite of Rockport, Mass.
On cryophyllite, a new mineral species of the mica family, with some associated minerals in the granite of Rockport, Massachusetts.
Crystallographic examination of the Hebron Mineral, and comparison of it with the Childrenite from Tavistock.
Atomic ratio.
Vermiculites : their crystallographic and chemical relations to the Micas; together with a discussion of the cause of the variation of the optical angle in these minerals.
Melanosiderite : a new mineral species, from Mineral Hill, Delaware County Pennsylvania.
On two new varieties of vermiculites, with a revision of the other members of this group.
Absolute system of electrical measurements.
On the heat of friction.
On the projection of the spectra of the metals.
On the construction of a spectroscope with a number of prisms, by which the angle of minimum deviation for any ray may be accurately measured and its position in the solar spectrum determined.
On the aqueous lines of the solar spectrum.
Radiometer.
Notice of Berthelot's thermo-chemistry.
Notice of Julius Thomsen's thermochemical investigation of the molecular structure of the hydrocarbon compounds.
Nobility of knowledge.
Scientific culture.
Radiometer, a fresh evidence of a molecular universe.
Memoir of Thomas Graham.
Chemical and physical researches by Thomas Graham [book review]
Memoir of William Hallowes Miller.
Responsibility: by Josiah P. Cooke ; collected for presentation only.

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