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Taylor & Francis, 1852 - Physics

Contents

Brewsters Account of a Binocular Camera and of
26
Brewsters Notice of a Chromatic Stereoscope
33
Dr Woods on the Heat of Chemical Combination
43
Prof Challis on the Cause of the Aberration of Light
53
Mr R Hunts Elementary
61
Proceedings of the Royal Society
71
On Copper Crystallized by means of Phosphorus by F Wöhler
77
With a Plate
81
H Kopp on the Expansion of some Solid Bodies by Heat
268
A G C Martin on the Amylum Grains of the Potatoe
277
Brewster on a Remarkable Property of the Diamond
284
Donovan on the supposed Identity of the Agent con
290
Dr Woods on the Heat of Chemical Combination
299
On GasBatteries and on the Preparation of Hydriodic and
317
Dr Tyndalls Reports on the Progress of the Physical Sciences
321
Prof Challis on a Mathematical Theory of M Foucaults Pen
331

Dr Schlagintweits Observations in the Alps on the Optical
92
Dr Andrews on a Method of obtaining a perfect Vacuum in
104
Mr G B Jerrards Notes on the Resolution of Equations
112
Donovan on the supposed Identity of the Agent con
117
Dr Tyndalls Remarks on the Researches of Dr Goodman
127
Prof Chapmans Mineralogical Notes
142
Ramchundras Treatise
148
On the Crystallization of Sulphur by Ch Brame
154
MARCH
161
Dr Tyndalls Reports on the Progress of the Physical Sciences
175
Mr R Adie on some Thermoelectrical Experiments
185
Equations
187
Brewster on the Development and Extinction of regular
192
Donovan on the supposed Identity of the Agent con
198
Mr E Schunck on Rubian and its Products of Decomposition
213
Three Introductory Lectures
227
Proceedings of the Royal Society
233
Meteorological Observations for January 1852
239
Meteorological Observations made by Mr Thompson at
239
APRIL
239
Prof RagonaScinà on the Longitudinal Lines of the Solar
347
Dr Schunck on Rubian and its Products of Decomposition
354
Sir W R Hamilton on Continued Fractions in Quaternions
371
Prof Miller on a new Locality of Phenakite
378
On the Compound Ammonias and the Bodies of the Cacodyle
392
On the Green Colouring Matter of Plants and on the Red Matter
398
Dr Lamont on the Tenyear Period which exhibits itself in
428
Mr W R Grove on a Mode of reviving Dormant Impressions
435
Mr G B Jerrard on the possibility of solving Equations of
459
Mr R Grants History
468
On the Passive State of Meteoric Iron by Prof Wöhler
477
SUPPLEMENT TO VOL III
481
Prof Wheatstones Contributions to the Physiology of Vision
504
Mr T S Davies on Geometry and Geometers No X
523
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
529
Dr Kemps Patent for a new Method of obtaining motive power
541
Meteorological Observation by P J Martin
547
Prof De Morgan on the Authorship of the Account of the Com
549
Table 320
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