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Annales de Chimie, Paris
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Volume 1; 1816
p. 45-48 Fall of a rock meteoric fallen in the vicinity of Langres, communicated to Mr. Virey by Mr. Pistollet, doctor of the méme city.
p. 49-54 Analyze fallen aerolithe to the vicinity of Langres, and sent to the institute by Mr. Pistollet;
Volume 3; 1816
p. 206-12 On the height, the direction, speed and the magnitude of the meteor that fell close to Weston in the Connecticut, December 14th 1807.
Volume 4; 1817
p. 363-66. Clean experiences to confirm the emitted opinion by naturalistes on the origin identity between iron Sibérie and the aérolithes. By Mr Laugier.
Volume 8; 1818
p. 98-99. Discovered cobalt in iron meteoric. By Mr Stromeyer.
Volume 9; 1818
p. 88-90 Observations of a luminous meteor. Communicated by the Dr Thomas Young.
p. 405 Luminous meteor observed to Cambridge.
p. 407-8 On Iron meteoric.
Volume 10; 1819
p. 433-42 On the Aérolithes of China. By J.-P. Asel-Rémusat.
Volume 12; 1819
p. 442-43 On Iron meteoric of Greenland.
Volume 13; 1820
p. 111 Iron meteoric. By M. Sowerby.
p. 440-42 Extracts of a read Memoir to the academy of the Sciences the 1st May 1820, by Mr. Laugier, and entitled: Facts to serve to the chemical history of the rocks meteorites.
Volume 15; 1820
p. 432 Aérolithes. (fallen in Russia)
Volume 17; 1821
p. 434-39 On the Rock meteoric that fell in the department of the ardèche, June 15 1821. Verbal process of the Aubenas Mayor.
Volume 18; 1821
p. 198-207 On the Nature of big metallic iron masses of problematic origin, and on the one of the iron of the aérolithes by the liking. By Mr J.-F. John.
p. 421-23 Fallen Aerolithe to Juvenas, close to Aubenas, départment of the Ardêche, June 15 1821. By M. Vauquelin.
Volume 19; 1821
p. 264-73 Analyze Rock meteoric of Juvénas. By M. Laugier.
Volume 20; 1822
p. 89-93 On an Aerolithe that fell to Angers, department of Maine-and-Loire, June 3 1822. By M. Dosvaux.
p. 395-97 Luminous meteor observed to Paris August 6 1822, at eight o'clock a quarter in the evening. By G.-L.
Volume 21; 1822
p. 17-22 Report to Mr. the Master of the Requêtes, Prefect of the department of the Vosges, on the fallen aerolithe in the commune of la Baffe, September 15 current one, by the Govern undersigned physics, envoté on the places to collect the circumstances and the proofs of this phenomenon.
p. 324-28 Examination, does according to the invitation of the academy of the Sciences, of a fallen Aerolithe to the Epinal vicinity, September 13 1822, to the entry of the forest of Taunière, to three quarters of lieue of the Baffe (Vosges); By M. Vaquelin.
p. 402-3 Luminous Météores.
p. 405 Aérolithes.
Volume 24; 1823
p. 415 On the Bogota meteorite. By M. Humboldt.
Volume 25; 1824
p. 78-80 Description minéralogique of the aérolithes that fallen down close to Wiborg, in Finland, December 15 1822.
p. 219-20 Analyze of two Meteorites. By M. Laugier.
p. 438-43 Memory on differences Masses iron that were found on the eastern Cordillière of the Andes. By MM. Mariano of Rivero and Boussingault.
Volume 27; 1824
Volume 29; 1825
p. 109. On the composition of the aérolithes. By Mr Gustave Rose.
Volume 30; 1825
p. 414 Globes of fire.
p. 416-21 Shooting stars in broad daylight. By J.-H. Serres.
p. 421-23 Aérolithes.
Volume 31; 1826
p. 81-100 On the Minerals crystallize that are located in the aérolithes. By M. Gustave Rose.
p. 253-70 New Catalog of the falls of rocks or iron; of dusts or of soft substances, dry or humid, following the order chronologque. By Mr E. F. F. Chladni..
Volume 33; 1826
p. 425-27. Luminous Météores
Volume 34; 1827
p. 132-39 Report given to the academy of the Sciences, on a Rock meteoric fallen close to Ferrare in 1824. By M. Cordier.
p. 139-42 Note on the chemical Composition of the Rock meteoric of Ferrare. By M. Laugier.
Volume 39; 1828
p. 421 Aerolithe in the islands Sandwich.
p. 421-2 Aerolithe to the United States, in the county of Chesterfield, in Virginie. By Mendus Aérolithes in Spain.
p. 423-24 On a native iron new mass, discovered in the desert of Atacama, to the Peru.
Volume 42; 1829
p. 419 Fall aérolithes. By Gay-Lussac.
Volume 43; 1830
p. 351-64 Some remarks on the fireballs. By Mr P. Prevost.
Volume 45; 1830
p. 416 Drake-creek Aerolithe, in the Tennessee. By Mr Silliman.
p. 417 Aerolithe of Forsyth in Géorgie (America). By Mr Silliman. (American Journal)
Volume 47; 1831
p. 442. Mr. The minister of the Commerce addresses a Report of the mayor of Vouille on an aerolithe fall that took time in this May 13 last commune
Volume 61; 1836
p. 176-81 On the Shooting Stars.