Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar and his works

Remembering Dr. Shanti Swaroop Bhatnager through his works

– a chronological compilation

  • Studies in Emulsions:Part I. A New Method of Determining the Inversion of Phases.
  • The Effect of Adsorbed Gases on The Surface Tension of Water.
  • Effect of the Addition of Certain Higher Fatty Acids on The Interfacial Tension Between B. P. Paraffin Oil and Mercury
  • Pure Aniline and Water Emulsions.
  • Reversal of Phases in Emulsions and Precipitation of Suspensoids by Electrolytes: An Analogy
  • Studies Emulsions:Part II. The Reversal of Phases by Electrolytes, and The Effects of Free Fatty Acids and Alkalis onEmulsion Equilibrium.
  • Studies inEmulsions:Part III. Further Investigations on The Reversal ofType by Electrolytes.
  • The Water-Proofing Efficiency of Some Bi- and Trivalent Salts of Higher Fatty Acids and Their Adsorption by The Fibres of Paper
  • The Conversion of Real gar Into Auripigment and The Analogous Behavior of Arsenic Sulfide Hydro sol.
  • The Mechanical Condition of Coagula and Its Bearing on The Theory of Complete Coagulation.
  • The Optical Inactivity of The Active Sugars in The Adsorbed State—A Contribution to The Chemical Theory of Adsorption.
  • Surface Tension of Sodium and Potassium Amalgams at the Amalgam Benzene Interface.
  • Physico-Chemical Methods Involved in The Formation of Ring Worms.
  • Electrical Conductivity of Certain Univalent Salts of Higher Fatty Acids in Non-Aqueous Solutions and in Fused State.
  • Effect of Light on the Interaction of Water and Sodium and Potassium Amalgams.
  • Protective Action of Soaps and Further Evidence in Favour of The Chemical Theory of Adsorption.
  • Electrical Resistance of Thin Films of Organic Liquids on Paper. 
  • Effect of Water on Dried and Pressed Silica Gel.
  • Further Evidence on The Chemical Theory of The Protective Action of Sugars. II,
  • Effect of Polarised Radiations on Animal Metabolism.
  • Conductivity and Surface Tension of Univalent Salts of Higher Fatty Acids in The Molten State.
  • Concentric Coloured Rings of The Beet-Root and The Liesegang Phenomenon.
  • The Selective Effect of Polarised Radiations on Certain Photochemical Reactions.
  • Studies in Photosols.
  • Actionof Light on Concentrated Aqueous Solutions of Ammonium Thiocyanate.
  • Effect of Light on Silver Halides in Presence of Silver Sulphide.
  • Chromatic Emulsions
  • Surface Tension of Some of The Organic – Substances in The Molten State and Sugden’s Parachors.
  • The Progress of Physico-Chemical Research in India.
  • Effect of The Dielectric Constant of The Medium on Equilibrium Coristants.
  • Photochemical Reactions III. Influence of Polarised Radiations on Certain Photochemical Reactions.
  • Blue Colour of The Cuprammonium Complex.
  • Photochemical Reactions: The Influence of Polarised Light Uponthe Reactions of Sodium and Potassium Amalgams with Water.
  • Chemical Reactions Under Electrodeless Discharge.
  • Tesla-Luminescence Spectra of The Halogens.
  • Fluorescence and Photochemical Change.
  • Magnetic Properties of Some Substances inthe Adsorbed State.
  • On the Applicability of Fresnel’s Law in Deducing Evidence in Favour of Surface Tensionfrom Surface Reflectivity.
  • Langevin Theory of Atomic Magnetism Extended to Molecules-Electronic Isomers.
  • Magnetic Properties of Molecules Constituting Electronic Isomers.
  • Naphthalene Ring and Sugden’s Parachors III.
  • Magnetic Susceptibilities of Some Inorganic and Organic and Electronic Isomerides.
  • The Effect of X-Rays on Some Colloidal Solutions.
  • Effects of Magnetic Field on Certain Chemical Reactions.
  • Effect of Crystalline Structure on Magnetic Susceptibilities of a New Magnetic Balance Based on The Principle of Interference of Light.
  • The Magnetic Rotatory Behaviour of Some Optically Active Substances in Solution.
  • Aromatic Disulphides and Sugden’s Parachors IV.
  • Effect of Dilution and Non-Electrolytes an The Charge of Emulsion Particles and The Mixing of Sols.
  • Chemiluminescence of Antimony Halides.
  • Magnetism and Molecular Structure, III. Influence of Geometric Isomerism on the Diamagnetic Susceptibilities.
  • Complexity of The Magnetic Properties of Elements in the Colloidal State.
  • Colour of Colloidal Solutions of Arsenic Trisulphide.
  • Magnetism and Molecular Structure: Influence of Position Isomerism on Diamagnetic Susceptibilities
  • Chemiluminescence of Amarine.
  • Magnetic Properties of Solid Solutions.
  • A Magnetic Study of Colour Changes in Cobalt Chloride.
  • Electronic Constitution of Some Simple and Complex Derivatives of Copper in Relation to Their Magnetic Properties.
  • Studies in Triboluminescence.
  • Influence of Temperature on Diamagnetism.
  • Influence of Temperature of The Diamagnetism of Certain Liquids.
  • A Note on The Magnetic Susceptibilities of Cuprous Oxide Films.
  • The Constitution of Tellurium Dimethyl Dihalides from The Magnetic Standpoint.
  • A Magnetic Study of Singlet Linkages in Compounds of The Type of Tellurium Dimethyl.
  • The Magnetic Properties of Iodine in Different Solvents.
  • Physico-Chemical Characteristics of The Oxides of Nickel from The Magneto-Chemical Standpoint.
  • Magnetic Study of Mixed Crystals of Systems S-Se.
  • Magnetic Rotation of Some Salts of Higher Fatty Acids and Evidence in Favour of The Formation of Ionic Micelles.
  • Atomic Diamagnetic Susceptibility of Hydrogen.
  • Susceptibility Constants for Co-Ordinate Linkage in Addition Compounds.
  • Diamagnetism of The Trivalent Bismuth Ion.
  • Further Observations on The Diamagnetism of The Trivalent Bismuth Ion.
  • Magnetic Measurements on Molecular Compounds in Solutionwitha Modified form of Decker’s Balance.
  • Magneto-Optical Rotationof Uranyl Salts.
  • Ionic Susceptibility of Rubidium from Its Different Salts in The Solid andin The Dissolved State.
  • Diamagnetic Susceptibilities of Tinin Di- And Tetravalency States.
  • Critical Examination of Pascal’s Value for The Magnetic Susceptibility of the CH-Group.
  • A Magnetic Study of Colour Changes in Cobalt Chloride.
  • Adsorptive Properties of Synthetic Resins.
  • Influence of Polymerisationon Diamagnetic Susceptibilities.
  • Paramagnetism ofMn++ Ionin The S State.
  • Colloid Structure and Infra-Red Absorption Spectra.
  • Crystalline Structure and Physico-Chemical Properties in The Colloidal State.
  • The Influence of Magnetic Field on Adsorption.
  • Particle Size and Magnetic Susceptibility.
  • Further Evidence for The Process of Carbon Activation from Magneto-Chemical Standpoint.
  • The Ground State of The Se Molecule.
  • Diamagnetism of Mercury.
  • On the Atomic Susceptibility of Divalent Copper.
  • A Survey of Recent Advances in Magnetism Relating to Chemistry.
  • Magnetism and Molecular Constitutionof Some Chromium Compounds.
  • Paramagnetism of The Iron Group.
  • Phototropy and Photochemical Isomerism from Magnetic Standpoint.
  • Magnetic Properties of Copper Amalgams.

compiled by Kartikay Shukla
Source:  Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, Vol. 8
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