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Steric effects on reactivity in some naphthalene derivatives
(University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1957)
In order that a better understanding of the relative reactivity of α- and β-naphthalene derivatives be attained, two approaches have been made to evaluate the magnitude of steric effects associated with some α-naphthalene ...
The geology of the Waikari valley and its northern ridges, North Canterbury, New Zealand.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geology, 1950)
Churches in metropolitan Christchurch : a study in urban geography.
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1958)
The object of this thesis: lack of any previous studies in this field of urban geography; lack of source material; the church in the English village; the geographic importance of churches in determining the settlement ...
An ecological survey of the pakihi lands of the Westport District, Nelson
(University of Canterbury. Botany, 1951)
Two hundred thousand acres of wasteland. This land known as the pakihis stretches intermittently from West Nelson down the coast to South Westland. Flat or gently rolling, a vivid green in colour, it appears to form excellent ...
The geography of manufacturing of Auckland : a study in economic geography
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1959)
Some correlates of superior academic ability.
(University of Canterbury, 1959)
In very general terms the problem is to distinguish some factors associated with intellectual ability. The correlates sought were not thought to exist in any particular region but were sought merely as correlates 'per ...
The effect of dielectric constant on the kinetics of the bromacetate-thiosulphate reaction
(University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1951)
1. The variation of the rate of the bromacetate-thiosulphate reaction has been studied with respect to variation in temperature, ionic strength and dielectric constant. 2. Within the limits of experimental error, the ...
The acid hdrolysis of methymalonamic acid
(University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1953)
The acid hydrolysis of diamides of the malonic series is represented by the general equation: - [Diagram] where K₁ and K₂ are the specific rate constants for the hydrolysis of an amide group. In simplest principle, ...
A microcalorimetric study of the influence of lead ions on the heat of dilution of potassium halides, and the derived thermodynamics of ion association in solutions of the lead halides.
(University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1956)
Recently the association constants for the formation of the complex ions PbCl+, PbBr+, PbI+ have been determined by measurements of the ultraviolet absorption spectra of the corresponding lead halide solutions. In determining ...
The Seaports of the South Island of New Zealand : A Comparative Study in Port Geography.
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1954)
The study of urban geography has received increasing attention in recent years both in this country and overseas. Its content and method have been recently surveyed, and a considerable amount of research on these lines has ...