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CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
IX.    PROPERTIES OF GASES—continued.
On Some Physical Properties of Argon and Helium.  Art. 218.
1896...........
Density of Argon         ........
The Refractivity of Argon and Helium    .....
Viscosity of Argon arid Helium       ......
Gas from the Bath Springs    .         .         .
Buxton Gas         .........
Is Helium contained in the Atmosphere ?.
On the Amount of Argon and Helium contained in the Gas from the Bath Springs. Art. 219. 1896 ....
Theoretical Considerations respecting the Separation of Gases by Diffusion and Similar Processes. Art. 223. 1896
The Theory of Solutions.  Art. 224.   1897        .... Observations on the Oxidation of Nitrogen Gas. Art. 225. 1897
On the Viscosity of Hydrogen as affected by Moisture. Art. 234. 1897...........
On the Densities of Carbonic Oxide, Carbonic Anhydride, and
Nitrous Oxide.  Art. 236.   1897.....
Carbonic Oxide   .........
Carbonic Anhydride     ........
Nitrous Oxide     .........
Liquid Air at One Operation.  Art. 240.   1898
On the Character of the Impurity found in Nitrogen Gas derived from Urea [with an Appendix containing Details
of Refractometer].  Art. 241.  1898.....
Details of Eefractonieter         .......
On the Cooling of Air by Radiation and Conduction, and on the Propagation of Sound, Art. 244. 1899
On the Conduction of Heat in a Spherical Mass of Air confined by Walls at a Constant Temperature. Art. 245. 1899
On the Viscosity of Argon as affected by Temperature. Art. 254. 1900...........
On the Passage of Argon through Thin Films of Indiarubber. Art. 255. 1900.........
On the Weight of Hydrogen desiccated by Liquid Air. Art. 256. 1900...........
On the Viscosity of Gases as affected by Temperature. Art. 259. 1900...........
Spectroscopic Notes concerning the Gases of the Atmosphere.
Art. 264.  1901........
On the Visibility of Hydrogen in Air        .         .         . Demonstration at Atmospheric Pressure of Argon from very small quantities of Air       ........
Concentration of Helium from the Atmosphere .
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