Annalen der Physik und Chemie, January 15, No. 2, 1885.— Determination of Verdet's constants in absolute units (2 figures), by Prof. Leo Arons.—On the formation of ozone hydrogen peroxide and peroxide of sulphur (S2O7) by the electrolysis of dilute sulphuric acid (2 figures), by Franz Richarz.—Reply to some statements by F. Kohlrausch, by H. Wild.—On the method of damping for determining the ohm, by Lord Rayleigh.—On the determination of specific heats and melting points at high temperatures (11 figures and 6 tables).—Inaugural address, by Otto Ehrhardt.—Two new methods of finding the angle of polarization of metals, by H. Knoblanch (tables).—The determination of the specific heat of uranium, by Ad. Blüncke.—Experimental research on laws of the emission of light from glowing bodies (5 figures and 7 tables), by W. Möller.—Remarks on J. Fröhlich's treatise, “Kritisches zur Theorie des gebeugten Lichts,” by M. Réthy.—Observations on fluorescence, by E. Lommel.—On the double acetates of uranium (9 figures), by C. Rammelsberg.—Note on Kundt's dust figures (2 figures), by H. J. Oosting.
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Scientific Serials . Nature 31, 569–570 (1885). https://doi.org/10.1038/031569a0