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Industrial and News Edition of the Journal of the Indian Chemical Society

1951

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Summary

The properties of this xylene extract on comparing with those of the crude Montan wax of Germany and the Ester wax of Devonshire are found to be similar. [...] Properties of the xylene extract.—In Table III are given some of the properties of the xylene extract of South Arcot lignite in comparison with those of the Montan wax of German lignite and the Ester wax of Devonshire lignite4. [...] However attention has to be drawn to the work of Cawley and King4 who mention that the properties of waxes are greatly modified by the choice of the solvent and temperature of extraction. [...] Increase of electrolytic concentration furnishes more metallic ions and consequently increases the rate of nucleus formation and reduces the evolutionELECTRODEPOSITION OF AN ALLOY OF COBALT AND TUNGSTEN 1 1 of hydrogen at the cathode. [...] The darkening of the deposit at high current density may be attributed to the alkalinity produced near the cathode due to evolution of hydrogen and subsequent formation and inclusion in the deposit of hydrous oxides and basic salts.

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Studies on the Lignites of South India Part II Extraction of “Waxy Constituents” from the Lignite of Neyveli (Arcot) 1-5 B.S. Srikantan, B.K. Shenoy

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Electrodeposition of an Alloy of Cobalt and Tungsten From a Citrate Bath 6-12 N.N.S. Siddhanta

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Investigation of the Naturally Occurring Salt in Hyderabad State 13-16 D.S. Datar

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Effect of Different Methods of Preservation and Other Factors on the Ascorbic Acid Content of Pure Citrus Juices During Storage 17-24 Jiwan Pruthi, Girdhari Lal

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Studies on Iron Pyrites Part II Preparation of Sodium Sulphide from Sodium Carbonate and Iron Pyrites 25-28 D.S. Datar, K.N. Moorthy, Razia Osamani

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Chlorination of Metallic Sulphides Part II Zinc Sulphide 29-35 A. Biswas, M.H. Khundkar

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Extraction of Potash from Felspar Part II Reaction of Felspar with Calcium Carbonate and Calcium Sulphate 36-38 Eshwar Saxena, D.S. Datar

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Preparation of Dihydrates of Bivalent Iron Nickel Cobalt and Manganese Chlorides 39-40 Benoy Bose, M.H. Khundkar

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Chemical Composition of Jute Sticks 41-44 Sachindra Datta

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Dehydration of Dihydrates of Bivalent Iron Nickel Cobalt and Manganese Chlorides 45-49 Bendy Bose, M.H. Khundkar

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An Improved Method for the Preparation of Quinoline 50-52 Srish Saha

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Studies on Annona Squamosa (Sitaphal) Seed Part I Comparison with Annona Reticulata (Ramphal) : Analysis of Cake and Oil Composition 53-60 N. Naidu, K.T. Achaya

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Estimation of Beryllium in Indian Beryls by the Fluorometric Method 61-63 Monisha Bose

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Notes & News 64-66 unknown

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Indian Patents 67-73 unknown

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75
SARF Document ID
sarf.120038

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