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  • G E N E R A L I N D E X

    OF

    VOLUMES XI-XX OF THX THIRD SERIES.

    ' NOTE -The names of Minerals are inserted only under the word MINERAL and Obituary Notices &der that ot. OBITUARY. The references to artic1.e~ on BOTANY GEOL~QY aud zoo& OOY are grouped under these words, hut at the same t m e are in .ge&ral inseried in their placks elsewhere.

    A Abbay, R., Coffee-leaf Disease, xviii.

    166. Abbe. C., Stone's star catalogue, xi, 75.

    meteorological notice, x ~ i , 399. Abbott, C. C., flint implements in drift

    of New Jersey, xiv, 247, xvi, 409. Abbott, 1% L., artificial tremors through

    the earth's crust, xiv, 509. transmission of earth waves, xv,

    178. Abert, S. T., survey in North Carolina,

    etc., xii, 149. Abwey, .photometric measurements of

    electnc lights, xvi, 385. Abt, A., spectrum of electric sparks,

    xviii, 68. Academy, American, centennial of, xx,

    78

    Acid, acetic, vapor density of, xviii, 371. anthratlavic, xi, 218, xii, 51. benzoic, in organism of birds, xv,

    146. boric, xv. 53; 390.

    reaction of, xv, 387. butyric, conversion of, xii, 138. camphoric; action of dehydrating

    substances on, xviii, 220. carb:~mic in animal fluids, xii, 388. carbon~c, in expired air, xx, 426.

    in mineral cavities, XI. 484, xiii, 56, xvi, 324.

    in mineral waters, xvi, 477. in syenite, xvi, 324. physical properties of, xx, 145.

    dithionic, basicity of. xviii. 478. division of among several bases, xi,

    219. Connecticut, Transactions, xii, 80,

    xiii, 323, 380, xv, 79, xvi, 159, 441. Davenport, Proceedings, xii, 320. Kansas, Transactions, xii: 163. Minuesota, Bulletin, xii, 478, xv,

    407. National, meetings, xi, 505, xii, 476,

    xiii, 481, xiv, 611, xv, 485, xvii, 78, 198, xix. 495.

    publications of, xiv, 167. report on scientific surveys, xvii,

    18. Xew York, Annals, xvii, 83. Paris, prize, xvii, 415. Peabocty, Memoirs, xi, 243. Philadelphia, Journal, xiv, 78. St. Petersburg, index, xiv, 167. Wisconsin, Transactions, xiv, 78.

    xviii, 80. Accademia dei Lincei, xi, 502. Acetal, xx, 144. Acetic ethers of polyatomic alcohol, xix,

    66. A r . .JouI%. SCI.--T~IIUD SEIITES, VOL.

    fluorescein-carbonic, xvi. 319. formic, synthesis of, xv, 211.

    vapor density of, xviii, 292. glyceric, strncture of, Sadtler, xi.

    114. glycero phosphoric from brain, xii,

    453. glycollic, preparation of, xiii. 302. hippuric, in urine, xvi. 66. Iiydriodic, xix, 68. hydrobromic, xix, 68. hydrochloric, hydrate of, xi, 318. hydro-oxy-beneoic, xi. 488. hypobromons, action on ethylene

    dibromide, xvii, 247. hyponitrous, xviii, 398. hyposulphuric, basicity of, xviii, 478. lactic from inosite, xii, 294. new, isomeric with alizarin, xi, 218,

    xii, 51. nitric, action on coal gas, xiii, 501.

    on silver, etc., xi, 51. from nitrogen of air, xi, 222

    X S , NO. 120.--hC., ISM. 30

  • 462 GENERAL INDEX. [2

    Acid, hitrous, action on unsaturated hy- drocarbons, xvi, 382.

    oxalic crystallized, xx, 60. paroxybeuzoic and salicylic, xi, 488. pentathionic, xviii, 479. phosphoric, effect of silicic acid on

    estimation of, Jenkins, xi, 204. phyllic, from leaves, xiv, 483. rosolic, from cresol and phenol, xiv,

    414. salicylic, and paroxybenzoic, xi, 488.

    method of producing, xiv, 66. salts, new claas of, xv, 308. selenous, xix, 483. stearic. decomposition of, xi, 484. succinic from tartaric, xi, 487. sulphuric, boiling point of, xvi, 63.

    reaction on tricalcic phosphate. xii, 46.

    tartronic, from pyruvic, xiv, 310. occurrence of, Sadtler, xi, 114.

    uric, Xallet, xi, 185, 291. ethers of, xii, 428.

    Acids and salts, constitution of, xi, 218. constitution of unsaturated dibasic,

    xiv, 413. complex inorganic, Gibbs, xiv, 61. of cocoa butter, xv, 307. part of, iu etherification, xvii, 249. synthesis of polybasic, xii, 294.

    Acoustic attractions, xi, 488. repulsion, Dvovcik, xvi, 22 ; Rayleigh,

    xvi, 481. Acoustics, researches in, Xayer, xi, 324,

    xii. 329. Aconites, alkaloids of, xvi, 383, xviii, 221. Adams, A. L., saurian vertebra from the

    Arctic regions, xiii, 3 1 6. Adams, F. D., chlorine in scapolites,

    xvii, 915. Adams, W. G., constitution of matter,

    xx, 340. Aeardh. J. G.. work on a lm. x~ i . 470. ~&ssiz,' A., hackel's ~ > h & c k b l a n ~

    geschichte, xi, 14. Haeckel on Geryonida and Bgin-

    ids, xi, 420. exploration of L. Titicaca, xi, 492. coral reef, elevated in Peru. xi, 499. echinoderms of '& Porcupine " and

    " Challenger " expeditions, xiii, 164. zoology of " Challenger " expedi-

    tion, xiii, 165. zoological diagrams. xiv, 500. habits of young Limulus, xv, 75. Yucatan coral reef, xvi, 70. young of osseous fishes, xvi, 241. zoological records, xvi, 405.

    laboratory, xvi, 488. former extension of the South

    American continent, xviii, 230.

    Agassiz, A., fIaeckells Medusae, xix, 245. obituary of Pourtales, xx, 253. paleontological and embryological

    development, xx, 294, 375. N. American star-fishes, xiv, 73.

    Agassiz, L., Geologmal Sketches, xi, 232. Florida Reefs, xx, 70.

    Air, at equator, temperature of, xix, 142. 232.

    chemical and geological relations of Hunt, xix, 349.

    of Mount Etna, Langley, xx, 33. of the Alps, xv, 235. of the Rocky Mountains, Draper,

    xiii, 89. specific heat of, xv, 55. thermal conductivity of, xv, 147. transparency of, xi, 146. variation in oxygen of, xviii, 168. winds of the globe, Colfn, xiii, 273.

    Airy, G., sun's distance, xiv, 50 1. Akestorides, action of fuming nitric acid

    on coal gas, xiii, 301. Alabama, geological reports, xi, 41 0, xiii,

    230, xix, 326. tantalite from, xiv, 323.

    Alaska, Chitons and Limpets, xvii, 340. Coast survey report. xi. 242. fossil glilcier, Dall, xx, 335.

    Albnmin, oxidation of, xix, 485. Alcohol, decomposition of by aluminum

    and its iodide, xi, 484. diacetone, xi, 54. secondary hexyl. xi, 21 6.

    Alcoholic fermentation, xvi, 320. Alcohols, etherification of primary, xvi,

    419. sulpho-ethers of the polyatomic,

    xviii, 307. Aldehydines, xvi, 64, 480. Alga, see BOTANY. Alizarin, formation of, xi, 143. Alkali-metal amalgams, xviii, 21 9. Allantoin, in urine, xvi, 66.

    synthesis of. xii, 215, xiii, 218. Allard, trausparency of flames, xi, 146. Alleghanies, heights of, xiv, 69. Allen, A. H., organic analysis, xviii, 402. Allen, J. A., extinct wolf and deer, xi,

    47. -variation in mammals, xii, 219, 238. influence of physical conditions in

    genesis of species, xiv, 161. fossil passerine bird, xv, 381. American Bison, not, xiii, 75. North American Rodentia, xiv, 422. the Pinnipeds, xx 459.

    Allen, 0. D., hatchettolite and samars. kite, xiv, 128,

    bastnasite and tysonite, xix, 390. Allen, T. F., Characeae Amer., xvii, 488.

  • 31 VOLUMES XI-XX. 463

    Allen, Z., Solar Light and lieat, xix, 82. Allman, G. J., Report on Hydroida, xvi,

    407. Allotheria, see GEOLOGY. Alloys of gallium with alumirinm, xix,

    65. Ally1 bromide, preparation of, xvi, 479. Almanac, Chinese official: Hawington,

    xvi, 472. nautical, for 1882, xix. 163.

    Alps, atmosphere of, xv, 235. see also BOTANY and GEOLOGY.

    Aluminium iu steel aud iron, Blair, xiii, 421.

    Amagat, compressibility of gases, xviii, 226.

    Amalgams of chromium, etc., xvii, 402. American Journal of Mathematics, xv,

    406, xis. 251. Naturalist, XV, 158.

    Amidinea of monobasic acids, xii, 64. Ammonium bases, xix, 405.

    nitrate, decomposition of by heat, xii, 52.

    nitrite in combustion, xv, 210. Amylene from amyl iodide, xiv, 412. Anatomy and Physiology, Journal of, xi,

    " 0 7 LfZ.1.

    Anclrews, E. B., erosion of rocks, xii, 304.

    Lower Carboniferous rocks in Ohio, xviii. 137.

    Elementary Geology, not.. xvii, 175. Angles, glass circle for rneasuring,

    Ruthequrd. xii, 112. Aniline mannfacture, Jackson, xiii, 449. Annaheiwa, size of atoms, xii, 451. Anthony, K 8.. electro-magnetic ma-

    chine, xii, 251. Anthrarufin, xvi. 31 9. Anthropology, Gulton, xiv, 265. Antimony. atomic weight of, Cooke, xv,

    41, 107, xix, 382. discovery of ore of at Sonora, Mex-

    ico. Cox. xx. 421. boiling point of iodide of, xv, 391. haloid compounds of, xv, 310. oxidation of solntions of. Cooke, xix,

    464. tannate, Richards and Palmer, xvi,

    196, 361. Appalachia. noticed, xii, 163. Arabic scientific ioorual, xviii, 159. Arch~ologists. caution to, xir, 333. Archsology, Peabody mnseum of, re.

    port, xiv, 246, xvi, 409. Arctic expedition, geology of, xvi, 139.

    paleontology of, xvi, 140. Aresehoug, J. E., copulation of microzo

    ospores, xiii, 164. Argentine Republic, fossils of, xiii, 233.

    iricine, alkaloid, xii, 189. irizooa, jarosite with gold, xviii, 73.

    Permian and paleozoic of, xx, 22 1. 4rnzsby, If. P., re:~ction of sulphuric

    acid upon tri-calcic phosphate, xii, 46. absorption of bases by the soil. xiv,

    25. Manual of Cattle-feeding, xx, 434.

    irnott, N., Klements of Physics, x~ii, 244.

    i~onheim, chlorinating hydrocarbons, xi, 142.

    lrsenic and aromatic compounds, xi, 54. determination of, xi, 62.

    Lrtlmr, G. C., Flora of Iowa, xii, 156. Ishbvrner, C. A., W