INTERPRETATIONS OF SOME STEREOCHEMICAL PROBLEMS IN TERMS OF THE ELECTRONIC CONCEPTION OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE VALENCES. I. ANOMALOUS BEHAVIOR OF CERTAIN DERIVATIVES OF BENZENE

Harry Shipley. Fry
1914 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
the discovery of some of these errors, which are in part mere misprints and in part due to an unfathomable mistake in the assumed molecular weight of octane. Fortunately, none of the conclusions of the paper is at all affected by the mistakes, because all of the octanes were equally affected by them. should read "5448, 5442, 54549 9444, 5439." read "5482, 5474, 5487, 54771 5472." CORRECTIOR. The last half of the sentence a t the foot of page 89 (January nynber of THIS JOURNAL) instead of
more » ... ) instead of reading, "and the molal concentration of the H+ ion x 1 0 4 being plotted as ordinates," should read, "and the molal concentration of the H+ ion X 104 being plotted as ordinates.* " The number (*) refers to a foot-note and does not mean the square of the H+, as the reading would indicate.
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