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Articles written in Proceedings – Section A
Volume 22 Issue 2 August 1945 pp 84-94
Studies on the dependence of optical rotatory power on chemical constitution - Part XXV. The rotatory dispersion of salts of camphor-β-sulphonic acids with ammonia,
Volume 22 Issue 3 September 1945 pp 170-176
Studies on the nature of the racemic modification of optically active compounds - Part IV. Roozeboom solubility-composition isotherm for mixtures of active and inactive camphor-β-sulphonic acids at 35°
The solubility-composition isotherm for camphor-β-sulphonic acids at 35° has been determined and shown to consist of three curves indicating that the racemic modification is a true
The solubilities of
The shape of the melting-point-composition diagram and the solubility-composition isotherm enables us to infer that
Volume 22 Issue 4 October 1945 pp 265-273
Volume 29 Issue 5 May 1949 pp 309-313
The magnetic susceptibilities of
The magnetic susceptibilities of the racemic modifications do not, in general, differ appreciably from those of the optically active and opposite forms, hence no definite conclusion on the nature of the racemic form can be drawn from these measurements.
The effect of position isomerism on magnetic susceptibility has been studied and it is concluded that no definite rule is obeyed in regard to the sequence of magnetic susceptibility in position isomers.
The observed values (O) of gram molecular susceptibilities (