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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
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IX.    PROPERTIES OF GASES
On the Kelative Densities of Hydrogen and Oxygen.   (Preliminary Notice) Art. 146.   1888.....Vol. Ill   37
On the Composition of Water.   Art. 153.   1889       ...          „      243
On  the  Relative  Densities  of Hydrogen and  Oxygen.   II.
Art. 187.   1892.........          ,,524
Density of Nitrogen.   Art. 197.   1892       .        .        .        .       .   Vol. IV      1
On the Densities of the Principal Gases.   Art. 201.   1893        .          „        39
The Manometer .........           ,,40
Connexions with Pump and Manometer   .         ....           ,,          43
The Weights.........           ,,44
The Water Contents of the Globe   ......           ,,45
Air...........           ,,46
Oxygen..........           ,,47
Nitrogen   ..........           ,,48
Reduction to Standard Pressure      ......           ,,50
Note A.    On the Establishment of Equilibrium of Pressure in
Two Vessels connected by a Constricted Channel    ...           ,,53
On an Anomaly encountered in Determinations of the Density
of Nitrogen Gas.   Art. 210.   1894.....                 104
Argon,  a  New  Constituent  of  the  Atmosphere.    By Lord
Rayleigh and Prof. William Ramsay.   Art. 214.   1895      .          „      130
Density of Nitrogen from Various Sources         ....           ,,        130
Reasons for Suspecting a hitherto Undiscovered Constituent in .Air           „        135
Methods of Causing Pree Nitrogen to Combine ....           „        138 Early Experiments on sparking Nitrogen with Oxygen in presence
of Alkali.........           ,,141
Early Experiments on Withdrawal of Nitrogen from Air by means
of Red-hot Magnesium       .......           ,,        144
Proof of the Presence of Argon in Air, by means of Atmolysis      .           „        150 Negative Experiments to prove that Argon is not derived from
Nitrogen or from Chemical Sources       .         .         .         .         .           ,,153
Separation of Argon on a large scale         .....           ,,155
Density of Argon prepared by means of Oxygen          ...           „        165
Density of Argon prepared by means of Magnesium    .         .         .           ,,167 Spectrum of Argon       .         .         .         .          ,         .         .         .         • ,,        168
Solubility of Argon in Water.         .         .         .         .         .         .           ,,170
Behaviour at Low Temperatures     ......            ,        173
The Ratio of the Specific Heats of Argon.         .         .         .         .            ,174
Attempts to induce Chemical Combination        .         .         .         .            ,176
General Conclusions     ........            ,        180
Addendum, March 20 (by Prof. W. Ramsay)      ....            ,184
Addendum, April 9      ........            ,187
Argon.  Art. 215.   1895........          ,,188
44—2   .          „      398