LONDON. Chemical Society, June 17.—Prof. Dewar, President, in the chair.—The following papers were read:—Molecular refraction of dissolved salts and acids, Part ii., by J. H. Gladstone and W. Hibbert. The molecular refraction of a salt in aqueous solution is sometimes, greater and sometimes less than that of the same salt in the crystalline state.
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Societies and Academies. Nature 56, 359–360 (1897). https://doi.org/10.1038/056359b0