Theodore William Richards, Ph.D. - Publications

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Chemistry Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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atomic weights
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1929 Richards TW, Hall LP. Further studies on the thermochemical behavior of sodium hydroxide solutions Journal of the American Chemical Society. 51: 731-736.  1
1929 Richards TW, Phillips AW. The atomic weight of copper from the Lake Superior Region and from Chile Journal of the American Chemical Society. 51: 400-410.  1
1929 Richards TW. Heats of dilution and heat capacities of hydrochloric acid solutions Journal of the American Chemical Society. 51: 727-730.  1
1929 Richards TW, Mair BJ. A study of the thermochemical behavior of weak electrolytes Journal of the American Chemical Society. 51: 740-748.  1
1929 Richards TW, Hall LP. Specific heats of sodium and potassium hydroxide solutions Journal of the American Chemical Society. 51: 707-712.  1
1929 Richards TW, Mair BJ. The heat of neutralization of acetic acid Journal of the American Chemical Society. 51: 737-740.  1
1929 Richards TW, Gucker FT. The heats of dilution of sodium hydroxide, acetic acid and sodium acetate, and their bearing on heat capacities and heat of neutralization Journal of the American Chemical Society. 51: 712-725.  1
1929 Richards TW, Françon M. The decomposition of mercurous chloride in concentrated solutions of other chlorides Journal of Physical Chemistry. 33: 936-950.  1
1929 Richards TW, Dole M. The heats of dilution and specific heats of barium and calcium chloride solutions Journal of the American Chemical Society. 51: 794-802.  1
1928 Richards TW. A brief review of a study of cohesion and chemical attraction Transactions of the Faraday Society. 24: 111-120. DOI: 10.1039/TF9282400111  1
1928 Richards TW. Editor's outlook Journal of Chemical Education. 5: 783-784.  1
1928 Richards TW, White JD. The compressibility of thallium, indium and lead Journal of the American Chemical Society. 50: 3290-3303.  1
1928 Richards TW, Françon M. The atomic weight of cesium Journal of the American Chemical Society. 50: 2162-2166.  1
1928 Richards TW, Frevert HL, Teeter CE. A thermochemical contribution to the study of the system cadmium-mercury The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 50: 1293-1302.  1
1928 Richards TW, Hall LP, Mair BJ. The compressibility of sodium, barium and beryllium Journal of the American Chemical Society. 50: 3304-3310.  1
1926 Richards TW, Hall LP. The atomic weight of uranium lead and the age of an especially ancient uraninite Journal of the American Chemical Society. 48: 704-708.  1
1926 Richards TW, King HS, Hall LP. Attempts to fractionate mixed isotopes of lead, and the atomic weight of this metal Journal of the American Chemical Society. 48: 1530-1543.  1
1926 Richards TW. Further evidence concerning the magnitude of internal pressures, especially that of mercury Journal of the American Chemical Society. 48: 3063-3080.  1
1925 Aston FW, Baxter GP, Brauner B, Debierne A, Leduc A, Richards TW, Soddy F, Urbain G. Second Report of the International Committee of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry on the chemical elements. International atomic weights, 1925 Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 127: 913-917. DOI: 10.1039/CT9252700913  1
1925 Aston FW, Baxter GP, Brauner B, Debierne A, Leduc A, Richards TW, Soddy F, Urbain G. International atomic weights 1925 second report of the international committee on chemical elements Journal of the American Chemical Society. 47: 597-601.  1
1925 Richards TW, Gucker FT. An improved differential method for the exact determination of specific heats of aqueous solutions; including results for various salts and organic acids The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 47: 1876-1893.  1
1925 Richards TW. A brief history of the investigation of internal pressures Chemical Reviews. 2: 315-348.  1
1925 Richards TW, Chadwell HM. The densities and compressibilities of several organic liquids and solutions, and the polymerization of water Journal of the American Chemical Society. 47: 2283-2302.  1
1925 Richards TW. Internal pressures produced by chemical affinity Journal of the American Chemical Society. 47: 731-742.  1
1924 Richards TW, Speyers CL, Carver EK. The determination of surface tension with very small volumes of liquid, and the surface tensions of octanes and xylenes at several temperatures Journal of the American Chemical Society. 46: 1196-1207.  1
1924 Richards TW. Atomic weights and isotopes Chemical Reviews. 1: 1-40.  1
1924 Richards TW, Saerens EPR. The compressibilities of the chlorides, bromides and iodides of lithium, rubidium and cesium Journal of the American Chemical Society. 46: 934-952.  1
1924 Richards TW, Richards WT. The effect of a magnetic field on the potential of hydrogen occluded in iron Journal of the American Chemical Society. 46: 89-104.  1
1924 Richards TW. The internal pressures of solids Journal of the American Chemical Society. 46: 1419-1436.  1
1923 Lyman T, Richards TW, Pierce GW. THE LIFE AND SERVICES OF PROFESSOR JOHN TROWBRIDGE. Science (New York, N.Y.). 57: 631-2. PMID 17747696 DOI: 10.1126/science.57.1483.631  0.04
1923 Richards TW, Richards WT. Preliminary Attempt to Measure Gravimetrically the Distance-Effect of Chemical Affinity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 9: 379-83. PMID 16576743  1
1923 Richards TW. Compressibility, Internal Pressure and Atomic Magnitudes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 9: 73-4. PMID 16576668  1
1923 Richards TW, Putzeys P. The atomic weight of lead from the Belgian Congo The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 45: 2954-2958.  1
1923 Richards TW, Smyth CP. The heat of solution of thallium in dilute thallium amalgams The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 45: 1455-1460.  1
1923 Richards TW, Craig WM. The atomic weight of gallium The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 45: 1155-1167.  1
1923 Aston FW, Baxter GP, Brauner B, Debierne A, Leduc A, Richards TW, Soddy F, Urbain G. Report of the international committee on chemical elements 1923 Journal of the American Chemical Society. 45: 867-874.  1
1922 Richards TW, Smyth CP. Solid thallium amalgams and the electrode potential of pure thallium Journal of the American Chemical Society. 44: 524-545.  1
1922 Richards TW, Conant JB. The electrochemical behavior of liquid sodium amalgams Journal of the American Chemical Society. 44: 601-611.  1
1922 Richards TW, Dunham T. The effect of changing hydrogen-ion concentration on the potential of the zinc electrode Journal of the American Chemical Society. 44: 678-684.  1
1922 Richards TW, Tamaru S. The heat of solution of cadmium in hydrochloric acid The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 44: 1060-1066.  1
1922 Richards TW, Rowe AW. The heats of neutralization of potassium, sodium and lithium hydroxides with hydrochloric, hydrobromic, hydriodic and nitric acids, at various dilutions Journal of the American Chemical Society. 44: 684-707.  1
1922 Richards TW, Thorvaldson T. The heat of solution of zinc in hydrochloric acid The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 44: 1051-1060.  1
1921 Richards TW. The magnitudes of atoms Journal of the American Chemical Society. 43: 1584-1591.  1
1921 Richards TW, Boyer S. Further studies concerning gallium. Its electrolytic behavior, purification, melting point, density, coefficient of expansion, compressibility, surface tension, and latent heat of fusion Journal of the American Chemical Society. 43: 274-294.  1
1921 Richards TW, Meldrum WB. The existence of tetrahydrated sodium sulfate in mix-crystals with sodium chromate Journal of the American Chemical Society. 43: 1543-1545.  1
1921 Richards TW. The heats of dilution and the specific heats of dilute solutions of nitric acid and of hydroxides and chlorides and nitrates of lithium, sodium, potassium, and cesium Journal of the American Chemical Society. 43: 770-796.  1
1921 Richards TW, Bartlett EP, Hodges JH. The compressibility of benzene, liquid and solid Journal of the American Chemical Society. 43: 1538-1542.  1
1921 Richards TW. A critical study of the capillary rise method of determining surface tension, with data for water, benzene, toluene, chloroform, carbon tetrachloride, ether and dimethyl aniline. [second paper.] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 43: 827-847.  1
1920 Richards TW, Hall NF. The melting points and thermoelectric behavior of lead isotopes Journal of the American Chemical Society. 42: 1550-1556. DOI: 10.1021/ja01453a004  1
1920 Richards TW, Krepelka H. A revision of the atomic weight of aluminum. The analysis of aluminum bromide. Preliminary paper The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 42: 2221-2232.  1
1920 Richards TW, Tamaru S. A calorimetric method for standardizing thermometers by electrical energy Journal of the American Chemical Society. 42: 1374-1377.  1
1920 Richards TW, Davis HS. The heats of combustion of benzene, toluene, aliphatic alcohols, cyclohexanol, and other carbon compounds Journal of the American Chemical Society. 42: 1599-1617.  1
1920 Richards TW. The atomic weight of lead from a japanese radioactive mineral Journal of the American Chemical Society. 42: 928-930.  1
1920 Richards TW, Rowe AW. An indirect method of determining the specific heat of dilute solutions, with preliminary data concerning hydrochloric acid Journal of the American Chemical Society. 42: 1621-1635.  1
1920 Richards TW, Sameshima J. The compressibility of indium The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 42: 49-54.  1
1919 Richards TW. THE PROBLEM OF RADIOACTIVE LEAD. Science (New York, N.Y.). 49: 1-11. PMID 17776322 DOI: 10.1126/science.49.1253.1  1
1919 Richards TW, Palitzsch S. Compressibility of aqueous solutions, especially of urethane, and the polymerization of water Journal of the American Chemical Society. 41: 59-69.  1
1919 Richards TW, Carver EK, Schumb WC. The effect of pressure, and of dissolved air and water on the melting point of benzene Journal of the American Chemical Society. 41: 2019-2028.  1
1919 Richards TW, Daniels F. Concentrated thallium amalgams: Their electrochemical and thermochemical behavior, densities and freezing points Journal of the American Chemical Society. 41: 1732-1768.  1
1919 Richards TW, Shipley JW. The dielectric constants of typical aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, cyclohexane, cyclo-hexanone, and cyclohexanol Journal of the American Chemical Society. 41: 2002-2012.  1
1919 Richards TW. Correspondence Journal of the Franklin Institute. 188: 150.  1
1918 Richards TW, Boyer S. The Purification of Gallium by Electrolysis, and the Compressibility and Density of Gallium. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 4: 388-90. PMID 16576337  1
1918 Richards TW, Craig WM, Sameshima J. The Purification by Sublimation and the Analysis of Gallium Chloride. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 4: 387-8. PMID 16576336  1
1918 Richards TW, Schumb WC. Refractive Index and Solubilities of the Nitrates of Lead Isotopes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 4: 386-7. PMID 16576335  1
1918 Richards TW, Ynove V. The transition temperatures of strontium chloride and strontium bromide as fixed points in thermometry Journal of the American Chemical Society. 40: 89-95.  1
1918 Richards TW, Schumb WC. The refractive index and solubilities of the nitrates of lead isotopes The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 40: 1403-1409.  1
1918 Richards TW, Yngve V. The solubility of sodium sulfate as a means of determining temperatures Journal of the American Chemical Society. 40: 164-174.  1
1917 Richards TW. THE PITTSBURGH MEETING OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE. Science (New York, N.Y.). 46: 638-9. PMID 17749036 DOI: 10.1126/science.46.1200.638-a  0.01
1917 Richards TW, Hall NF. Attempt to Separate the Isotopic Forms of Lead by Fractional Crystallization. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 3: 339-45. PMID 16586732 DOI: 10.1021/ja02249a001  1
1917 Richards TW, Davis HS. Improvements in Calorimetric Combustion, and the Heat of Combustion of Toluene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 3: 50-8. PMID 16586686  1
1917 Richards TW, Richter HW. On the absence of thermal hysteresis in the copper-constantan thermoelement between 30° and 100° C Journal of the American Chemical Society. 39: 231-235.  1
1917 Richards TW. The melting points of the chlorides of lithium, rubidium and caesium, and the freezing points of binary and ternary mixtures of these salts, including also potassium and sodium chloride Journal of the American Chemical Society. 39: 1816-1828.  1
1916 Richards TW. IDEALS OF CHEMICAL INVESTIGATION. Science (New York, N.Y.). 44: 37-45. PMID 17815939 DOI: 10.1126/science.44.1124.37  1
1916 Richards TW, Wadsworth C. Further Study of the Atomic Weight of Lead of Radioactive Origin. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2: 694-700. PMID 16586662  1
1916 Richards TW, Wadsworth C. Density of Radio-Lead from Pure Norwegian Cleveite. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2: 505-6. PMID 16586641  1
1916 Richards TW, Anderegg FO. Inclusions in the silver voltameter Journal of the American Chemical Society. 38: 2044-2046.  1
1916 Richards TW, Wadsworth C. The density of lead from radioactive minerals The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 38: 221-227.  1
1916 Richards TW, Shipley JW. The compressibility of certain typical hydrocar-bons, alcohols and ketones Journal of the American Chemical Society. 38: 989-999.  1
1916 Richards TW, Harris GW. Further study of floating equilibrium Journal of the American Chemical Society. 38: 1000-1011.  1
1916 Richards TW. Suggestion concerning the statement of the phase rule Journal of the American Chemical Society. 38: 983-989.  1
1916 Richards TW. The essential attributes of the elements Journal of the Franklin Institute. 182: 78-89.  1
1915 Richards TW. RECENT RESEARCHES IN THE WOLCOTT GIBBS MEMORIAL LABORATORY OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY. Science (New York, N.Y.). 42: 845-51. PMID 17813975 DOI: 10.1126/science.42.1094.845  1
1915 Richards TW, Cushing H, Maclaurin R, Morgan TH, Moore EH. THE COMMITTEE OF ONE HUNDRED ON SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE. Science (New York, N.Y.). 41: 315-20. PMID 17789058 DOI: 10.1126/science.41.1052.315  0.01
1915 Richards TW. The Compressibilities of the Elements and their Relations to Other Properties. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1: 411-5. PMID 16576032  0.01
1915 Richards TW, Coombs LB. The Determination of Surface-Tension. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1: 404-7. PMID 16576030  1
1915 Richards TW, Barry F. The heats of combustion of aromatic hydrocarbons and hexamethylene Journal of the American Chemical Society. 37: 993-1020.  1
1915 Richards TW. The inclusion of electrolyte by the deposit in the silver voltameter Journal of the American Chemical Society. 37: 7-23.  1
1915 Richards TW, Osgood GD. A synthermal regulator, a device for automatically maintaining an adiabatic condition in calorimetry Journal of the American Chemical Society. 37: 1718-1720.  1
1915 Richards TW, Coombs LB. The surface tensions of water, methyl, ethyl and isobutyl alcohols, ethyl butyrate, benzene and toluene Journal of the American Chemical Society. 37: 1656-1676.  1
1915 Richards TW. The molecular weight of sodium sulfate and the atomic weight of sulfur Journal of the American Chemical Society. 37: 108-113.  1
1915 Richards TW. The molecular weight of sodium carbonate and the atomic weight of carbon referred to silver and bromine Journal of the American Chemical Society. 37: 95-107.  1
1915 Richards TW. A new thermochemical method for subdividing accurately a given interval on the thermometer scale Journal of the American Chemical Society. 37: 81-86.  1
1915 Richards TW. Concerning the compressibilities of the elements, and their relations to other properties Journal of the American Chemical Society. 37: 1643-1656.  1
1915 Richards TW, Bartlett EP. Compressibilities of mercury, copper, lead, molybdenum, tantalum, tungsten and silver bromide The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 37: 470-481.  1
1915 Richards TW. The complications at the anode in the silver coulometer (voltameter) The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 37: 675-693.  1
1914 Richards TW. Über neuere Forschungen auf dem Gebiet der Atomgewichte Zeitschrift FüR Analytische Chemie. 53: 79. DOI: 10.1007/BF01554187  1
1914 Richards TW, Rowe AW. Zur Bestimmung der spezifischen Wärme von Flüssigkeiten Zeitschrift FüR Analytische Chemie. 53: 275-276. DOI: 10.1007/BF01547521  1
1914 Richards TW, Fiske AH. On the transition temperatures of the hydrates of sodium carbonate as fixed points in thermometry Journal of the American Chemical Society. 36: 485-490.  1
1914 Richards TW. Further remarks concerning the chemical significance of crystalline form Journal of the American Chemical Society. 36: 1686-1695.  1
1914 Richards TW, Cox MW. The purity of fused lithium perchlorate, and its bearing upon the atomic weight of silver. 3 Journal of the American Chemical Society. 36: 819-828.  1
1914 Richards TW, Shipley JW. A convenient method for calibrating thermometers by means of floating equilibrium Journal of the American Chemical Society. 36: 1-10.  1
1914 Richards TW, Barry F. An advantageous form of still for the exact measurement of boiling point during fractional distillation Journal of the American Chemical Society. 36: 1787-1791.  1
1914 Richards TW, Speyers CL. The compressibility of ice Journal of the American Chemical Society. 36: 491-494.  1
1914 Richards TW. The present aspect of the hypothesis of compressible atoms The Journal of the American Chemical Society. 36: 2417-2439.  1
1914 Richards TW. The critical point, and the significance of the quantity b in the equation of van der waals Journal of the American Chemical Society. 36: 617-634.  1
1914 Richards TW, Shipley JW. The freezing point of benzene as a fixed point in thermometry Journal of the American Chemical Society. 36: 1825-1832.  1
1913 Lebeau P, Richards TW, Merigold BS. Über das Atomgewicht des Urans Zeitschrift FüR Analytische Chemie. 52: 789-790. DOI: 10.1007/BF01554312  1
1913 Wiebe HF, Harper DR, Holborn L, Henning F, Callendar HL, Griffiths EH, Waidner CW, Burgess GK, Day AL, Sosman RB, Adams LH, Johnston J, Moeller G, Hoffmann F, Meissner W, ... ... Richards TW, et al. Thermometrie Zeitschrift FüR Analytische Chemie. 52: 304-308. DOI: 10.1007/BF01546623  1
1913 Richards TW, Willard HH. Das Atomgewicht von Silber, Lithium und Chlor Zeitschrift FüR Analytische Chemie. 52: 525-528. DOI: 10.1007/BF01347219  1
1913 Richards TW, Köthner P, Tiede E. Das Atomgewicht von Stickstoff und Silber Zeitschrift FüR Analytische Chemie. 52: 262-264. DOI: 10.1007/BF01347136  1
1913 Richards TW. The chemical significance of crystallin form Journal of the American Chemical Society. 35: 381-396.  1
1912 Richards TW, Peirce BO, Baxter GP. CHARLES ROBERT SANGER. Science (New York, N.Y.). 35: 532. PMID 17800585 DOI: 10.1126/science.35.901.532  1
1912 Richards TW, Stull WN, Mathews JH, Speyers CL. Compressibilities of certain hydrocarbons, alcohols, esters, amines, and organic halides Journal of American Chemical Society. 34: 971-993.  1
1912 Richards TW, Shipley JW. A new method for the quantitative analysis of solutions by precise thermometry. [Preliminary paper.] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 34: 599-603.  1
1911 Richards TW. FARADAY LECTURE THE FUNDAMENTAL PROPERTIES OF THE ELEMENTS. Science (New York, N.Y.). 34: 537-50. PMID 17815110 DOI: 10.1126/science.34.878.537  1
1911 Richards TW. Faraday lecture. The fundamental properties of the elements Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 99: 1201-1218. DOI: 10.1039/CT9119901201  1
1911 Richards TW, Hönigschmid O. Revision des Atomgewichtes des Calciums - II. Analyse des Calciumchlorids Monatshefte FüR Chemie. 32: 41-51. DOI: 10.1007/BF01518370  1
1911 Richards TW, Mathews JH. A method for determining heat of evaporation as applied to water Journal of the American Chemical Society. 33: 863-888.  1
1911 Richards TW, Kelley GL. The transition temperatures of sodium chromate as convenient fixed points in thermometry Journal of the American Chemical Society. 33: 847-863.  1
1911 Richards TW. Revision of the atomic weight of calcium. Analysis of calcium chloride Journal of the American Chemical Society. 33: 28-35.  1
1911 Richards TW. The possible solid solution of water in crystals Journal of the American Chemical Society. 33: 888-893.  1
1910 Richards TW, Baxter GP, Wyman B. HENRY AUGUSTUS TORREY. Science (New York, N.Y.). 32: 50-1. PMID 17745881 DOI: 10.1126/science.32.810.50  1
1910 Richards TW, Willard HH. Further investigation concerning the atomic weights of silver, lithium and chlorine Journal of the American Chemical Society. 32: 4-49.  1
1909 Richards TW. WOLCOTT GIBBS. Science (New York, N.Y.). 29: 101-3. PMID 17745197 DOI: 10.1126/science.29.733.101  0.01
1907 Richards TW. THE NEW OUTLOOK IN CHEMISTRY. Science (New York, N.Y.). 26: 297-305. PMID 17732807 DOI: 10.1126/science.26.662.297  0.01
1904 Baldwin SE, Richards TW, Bancroft WD, Hargit CW, Hitchcock CH. CONIVOCATION WEEK. Science (New York, N.Y.). 19: 263-6. PMID 17749348 DOI: 10.1126/science.19.476.263-a  0.6
1898 Richards TW. PROGRESS IN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. Science (New York, N.Y.). 8: 721-7. PMID 17821374 DOI: 10.1126/science.8.204.721  0.01
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