Coherent Identifier About this item: 20.500.12592/d03gmr

Journal of the University of Bombay. November 1940

1940

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Summary

All features of the problem of the ultracentrifuge are here discussed at length—its design and construction as an engineering problem in which the material used is stressed to the limit of its strength ; methods of operation ; the technique of measurement necessary for recording rates of sedimentation and the steady state ultimately obtained ; the interpretation of the results. [...] The number of digits in the neglected part will be nearly the same as the number of digits in the original number N. We assume for the present that for any values of N and d the dial process gives recurring groups. [...] 3. When the system of curves mentioned above possesses an envelope we shall have the p— r coordinates of any point of the envelope the same as those of one of the curves at the corresponding point of ultimate intersection. [...] The integration of the area under this curve after correction for the energy function of the standard lamp gives a quantity which is proportional to the intensity of the band. [...] A correction for the quantity of benzene evaporating during this interval was made by determining the diameters of the bore of the capillary in the glass stoppers and noting the height of the liquid in the capillary.

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Frontmatter i-viii unknown

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Diagonal Summation of Numbers in Arithmetical Progression 1-4 M. L. Chandratreya, D. R. Kaprekar

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General Expression for the Product of Demlo Numbers 5-10 D. R. Kaprekar

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Pedal Equations of a Circle 11-15 D. K. Sen

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Problem of the True Measure of Relative Band Intensities 16-23 N. R. Tawde, V. S. Patankar

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Dipole Moment and Molecular Structure of Higher Fatty Acids 24-37 G. R. Paranjpe, P. Y. Deshpande

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The Application of the Electromagnetic Theory of Mie to the Measurement of Size of Small Drops 38-54 G. R. Paranjpe, S. S. Lajami

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Viscosities of Aqueous Solutions 55-62 G. S. Kasbekar

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Neutral Tint Light Filters 63-68 B. K. Vaidya, R. M. Vaidya

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Mutual Coagulation of Colloidal Solutions Part IV—Interaction of Zinc Ferrocyanide and (a) Ferric Hydroxide (b) Thorium Hydroxide and (c) Ceric Hydroxide 69-75 P. M. Barve, V. C. Vora, B. N. Desai

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Kinetics of Reactions in Heterogeneous Systems Part VI—Hydrolysis of Acid Halides by Water 76-93 K. K. Dole

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Photochemical Decomposition of Malonic Acid: HOOC. CH2. COOH 94-103 I. D. Shiva Rao

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Condensation of Methyl Phloroglucinol Carboxylate with Ethylacetoacetate 104-106 Suresh M. Sethna

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Some Derivatives of Cyclohexane—the Synthesis of 1-Carboxy Cyclohexane-1-α-Succinic -1-α-Propionic and-1-α Benzylacetic Acids and of α-Cyclohexylsuccinic Acids 107-114 R. D. Desai, G. S. Sahariya

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Action of Thionyl Chloride Sulphur Dichloride and Sulphur Monochloride on Naphthol Derivatives 115-126 J. W. Airan, S. V. Shah

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Chemistry of β-Aryl Glutaconic Acids Part VI : C-Benzoylation of β-aryl glutaconic anhydrides and thermal decarboxylation of C-acyl-β-aryl glutaconic anhydrides 127-139 G. R. Gogte

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Methoxy Tolyl Succinic Acids 140-144 V. A. Vyas, K. V. Bokil, K. S. Nargund

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Synthetical Anthelmintics Part I α-Substituted-γ-Butyrolactones 145-149 V. A. Vyas, K. V. Bokil, K. S. Nargund

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Condensation of O-Methoxy-Phenylsuccinic Anhydride with Phenol Methyl Ethers 150-155 G. S. Savkar, K. V. Bokil, K. S. Nargund

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Synthesis of γ-Keto-Butyric Acids with Methoxy-Phenyl or Methoxy Tolyl Groups as Substituents in α- and γ-Positions 156-162 B. S. Mehta, K. V. Bokil, K. S. Nargund

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A Study of the Reduction Products of Chloral-Hydroxy-Benzoic Acids 163-169 Hayawadan Dharwarkar, Rupchand Alimchandani

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A Note on the Reduction of Substituted Malonates 170-171 A. H. Bhatkhande, N. L. Phalnikar, B. V. Bhide

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Reactivity of Aryl P-Alkoxystyryl Ketones 172-179 R. P. Dodwadmath

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Biochemical Studies in the Growth and Ripening of a Banana 180-200 V. K. Leley, N. Narayana, J. A. Daji

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Stalactites in India 201-206 Y. M. Chakradeo, D. K. Deodhar

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A Derivation of the Schrodinger Wave Equation 207-210 S. V. Chandrashekhar Aiya

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Abstracts of Ph. D. Theses 211-218 unknown

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Abstracts of M. Sc. Theses 219-223 unknown

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Science Notes Composition of S. II. MS 224-225 R. V. Barave

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Notes and News 226-229 unknwon

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Table Showing M. Sc. M. Sc. (Tech.) and Ph. D. Graduates in Physics and Chemistry (1939 to 1940) with the titles of their theses etc. 230-235 unknown

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Book Received 236-237 unknown

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Acknowledgments 237-237 unknown

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Exchanges 238-241 unknown

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Backmatter 242-250 unknown

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technology medicine science

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259
SARF Document ID
sarf.120221

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