Henry Edward Armstrong

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Imperial College, London, London, England, United Kingdom 
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Organic chemistry
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A. W. Hermann Kolbe grad student 1870 Leipzig University
 (Zur Geschichte des Schwefelsäure-Anhydrids: seine Wirkung auf einige Chlor- und Schwefel-Verbindungen)
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Armstrong HE. (1910) CXLVII. - Morphological studies of benzene derivatives. Part I. Introductory Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 97: 1578-1584
Armstrong HE, Robertson W. (1905) CXXVIII. - The significance of optical properties as connoting structure: Camphorquinone - hydrazones - oximes-diazo-derivatives; a contribution to the theory of the origin of colour and to the chemistry of nitrogen Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 87: 1272-1297
Armstrong HE. (1903) CVI. - The mechanism of combustion Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 83: 1088-1093
Armstrong HE, Lowry MT. (1902) CXLIV. - Studies of the terpenes and allied compounds. the sulphonation of camphor. III. The optical inversion of camphor and the mechanism of hetero- and meso- sulphonation, of homo- and hetero-bromination, and of dehydration Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 81: 1469-1475
Armstrong HE, Lowry TM. (1902) CXLIII. - Studies of the terpenes and allied compounds. The sulphonation of camphor. II. β-bromocamphor and its derivatives. β-bromocamphoric acid Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 81: 1462-1468
Armstrong HE, Lowry TM. (1902) CXLII. - Studies of the terpenes and allied compounds. The sulphonation of camphor. I. Camphorsulphonic acid (reychler): The formation of anhydramides Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 81: 1441-1462
Armstrong HE. (1900) XCIII. - Phenylacetylchloramine and its analogues Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 77: 1047-1053
Armstrong HE. (1896) XCI. - Studies of the terpenes and allied compounds. Note on ketopinic acid - A product of the oxidation of the solid hydrichloride (chlorocamphydrene) prepared from pinene Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 69: 1397-1402
Armstrong HE. (1896) Notes on Hofmann's scientific work Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 69: 637-732
Armstrong HE, Kipping FS. (1893) III. - Studies of the terpenes and allied compounds. The formation of ketones by the interaction of camphor and agents such as sulphuric acid and zinc chloride Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 63: 75-99
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