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SCIENCE AND ARTS.
PROFESSORS B. SILLIMAN AND B. SILLIMAN, Jr.,
JAMES D. DANA.
VOL. IV.-NOVEMBER, 1847.
PRINTED FOR THE EDITORS BY B. L. HAMLEN,
Printer to Yale College.
Sold by H. Day, New Haven.-LITTLE & Brown, and W. H. S. Jordan, Boston.-C. S.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME IV.
been fused; by Prof. Robert HARE, M.D.,
the spheroidal state, in an incandescent crucible : On a new Test for Prussic
Acid, and on a simple Method of preparing the Sulphocyanid of Ammonium, by
Prof. LIEBIG, 101.-Separation of Alumina from Oxyd of Iron: Detection of
minute traces of Alcohol : On the Acid Reaction of the Gastric Juice, by Prof.
C. G. LEHMANN, 102.-Equivalent number of Titanium, 103.-On ihé com-
pounds of Iron with Carbon, by M. Karsten, 104.--Note on the Action of a so-
lution of Caustic Soda upon a Stoneware Jar, by TrennaM REEKS, 105.—On
the Detection of Cotton in Linen, by G. C. Kindt, 106.-Nitrification and
Fertilization of Soils, by F. KUHLMANN : Anhydrous Alcohol, by M. Casoria,
107.-On the Compounds of Phosphoric Acid with Aniline, by Ed. C. Nichol-
SOS: On the relations of Glycocoll and Alcargene, by Thomas S. Ilunt, 108.
Mineralogy and Geology.--Hauerite, a New Mineral Species, by W. HAIDINGER,
108.-Coal and Iron in India, 109.-On Slaty Cleavage, by DANIEL SHARPE, 110.
-Geological Society of London, 113.—Remarks on a Boulder Mass of Native
Copper from the southern shore of Lake Superior, by Forrest SHEPHERD, 115.
-On Fossil Trees found at Bristol, Conn., in the New Red Sandstone, 116,-
Observation on the Basaltic Formation on the northern shore of Lake Su-
perior, by T. R. DUTTON, 118.