Links to Royal Society Journalsí Full Text Now in 19th Century Masterfile
The Royal Society is the oldest scientific academy still in existence, having begun in the 17th century with the regular meetings of natural philosophers interested in promoting knowledge of the natural world through observation and experiment.
Paratext is pleased to announce that more than 6,000 links to the full text of the Royal Society Journals are now included in 19th Century Masterfile. The journals make up part of the more than 1,500 titles indexed within the Catalogue of Scientific Papers, a core component of Paratext’s 19th Century Masterfile.
The Catalogue encompasses the Society’s Proceedings and Transactions, covering mathematical, physical, engineering and biological sciences.
Researchers in the history of science, the humanities and the physical sciences benefit from easier access to this remarkable and unique scholarly resource.
See some examples of the information now linked to within 19th Century Masterfile:
- On some phenomens in vacuum tube, 1894
- Minute structure of the organ of taste in vertebrate animals, 1843
- Observations on the Camel’s stomach respecting the water it contains, 1806
- On the structure of the brain in marsupial animals, 1837
- An experimental inquiry on the action of electricity on gases, 1872
- On auto-infection in cardiac disease, 1889
- On lunar and solar periodicities of earthquake, 1897
- On a supposed alteration in the amount of astronomical aberration of light, produced by the passage of light through a considerable thickness of refracting medium, 1872