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Journal of the Indian Chemical Society April 1935

1935

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IS THE ONLY REVIEW that by means of enquiries among the most eminent! scientists and authors of all countries (On the philosophical principles of thei various sciences ; On the most fundamental astronomical and physical questions ofl current -interest; On the contribution that the different countries have given to the; development of various branches of knowledge; On the more important biological [...] The object of this paper is to show that the essential reactions occurring in the developing bath conform to typical reactions of " reduction " in the modern conception of the term by an application of the " electron transfer " theory of oxidation-reduction processes. [...] These general ideas fit in in a very significant manner to the reactions taking place during the development of a photographic plate in other words in the reduction of the silver halides by the organic reducing agents in presence of sodium sulphite. [...] With the exception of the nitro group this series corresponds with the one that represents the effect of the substituents when introduced into the optically active molecule. [...] Anacardic acid was first separated from the crude oil of the pericarp by Stadeler (Annalen 1847 63 137) by precipitation of the acid from an alcoholic solution of the oil with freshly precipitated lead hydrxide and decomposing the insoluble lead salt with ammonium sulphide followed by the liberation of the oil from the ammonium soap by dilute sulphuric acid.

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Frontmatter i-v J.C. Ghosh, A.C. Sircar

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A New Method of Preparing Organo-mercury Compounds of Phenols and Aromatic Amines. Part II 211-215 Panchanan Neogi, Gopal Muhherjee

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The “Electron Transfer” Theory Applied to the Reactions in the (Photographic) Developing Bath 216-219 K. Pandalai

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Studies On Optical Activity and Chemical Constitution. Part I. Optically Active Bases and Acids 219-225 Mahan Singh

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On Anacardic Acid. Part I. Anacardic Acid and Tetrahydroanacardic Acid 226-231 P. Pillay

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On Anacardic Acid. Part II. The Constitution of Tetrahydroanacardic Acid 231-236 P. Pillay

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The Formation and Stability of Polybromide Derivatives of Heterocyclic Compounds. Part V. The Bromination of some 2-Arylimino-3-aryl-4-keto-5-methyltetrahydrothiazoles and their 5 :5-Dimethyl Homologues and some Remarks on the Theory of Singlet Linkages 237-245 Bashir Ahmad, Ranchhodji Desai, Robert Hunter

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Halogenation. Part X. Preparation of Mixed Halogen Derivatives of Xylenes 245-248 Phuldeo Varma, K.S. Raman

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Parachor and Chemical Constitution. Part II. The Structure of the Triphenylmethane Dyes 248-257 Susil Ray

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A Yellow Colouring Matter from the Wood of Adiva Cordifollia Hook 257-261 Jagaraj Lal

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Chemical Examination of Butea Frondosa Flower. Isolation of a Crystalline Glucoside of Butin 262-267 Jagaraj Lal, Sikhibhushan Dutt

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The Rates of Racemisation of Acids of the Type R1(R2)Ch-Cooh 268-272 B.K. Menon, D.H. Peacock

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Studies in Salt Activation. Part I. Influence of Neutral Salts on the Enzyme Hydrolysis of Starch 273-286 K. Giri, J.G. Shrikhande

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Review 287-287 unknown

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Backmatter i-vi unknown

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technology medicine science

Pages
93
SARF Document ID
sarf.120026

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