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Unpublished paper, 'Some catalytic phenomena, the stages of which have been traced experimentally' by Augustus E [Edward] Dixon and John Taylor

Reference number: AP/79/7

Date: 1915

Description

The authors share experimental observations on some catalytic phenomena involving formaldehyde and thiocarbamide [thiourea], acetaldehyde and thiocarbamide, benzoaldehyde and thiocarbamide and allylthiocarbamide and formaldehyde.

Annotations in ink throughout.

Subject: Chemistry

Received 25 November 1915. Not read. Communicated by Dr James Emerson Reynolds.

Reference number
AP/79/7
Earliest possible date
1915
Physical description
Ink on paper
Page extent
17 pages
Format
Typescript

Creator names

Augustus Edward Dixon

John Taylor

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Augustus Edward Dixon, John Taylor, Unpublished paper, 'Some catalytic phenomena, the stages of which have been traced experimentally' by Augustus E [Edward] Dixon and John Taylor, 1915, AP/79/7, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/ap_79_7/unpublished-paper-some-catalytic-phenomena-the-stages-of-which-have-been-traced-experimentally-by-augustus-e-edward-dixon-and-john-taylor, accessed on 17 July 2024

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