Papers and Books By Dorothy Wrinch

 

(compiled by Erin Fernandes)

 

 

Blue links are for papers that are available for free online. Red links indicate papers that need paid access.

 

 

 

1917

 

Mr. RussellŐs Lowell Lectures, Mind, NS, Vol. 26, No. 104, Oct. 1917, 448-452. JSTOR

 

 

 

1918

 

On the summation of pleasures, Proc. Aristotelian Soc. 1917-1918, 589-594. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, JSTOR

 

Recent work in mathematical logic, The Monist, 28, 4, 620-623. JSTOR

 

 

 

1919

 

On some aspects of the theory of probability, Phil. Mag. 38, 1919, 715-1731 (with Dr. H. Jeffreys). Taylor and Francis

 

On the exponentiation of well-ordered series, Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc. 19, 1919, 219-233. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society

 

On the Nature of Judgment, Mind, NS, Vol. 28, No. 111, July 1919, 319-329. JSTOR

 

Existence, The Monist, Vol. 29, January 1, 1919, 141-145. The Monist, JSTOR

 

 

 

1920

 

On the structure of scientific inquiry, Proc. Aristotelian Soc.1920-1921, 181-210. JSTOR

 

On the nature of memory, Mind, NS, Volume 29, no.113. January 1920, 46-61. JSTOR

 

On the theory of probabilities, The Monist, vol. 30, 1920, 618-623. The Monist, JSTOR

 

Recent advances in science, Science Progress, vol. 15, 1920-1921, 517-534. Science Progress

 

 

1921

 

The relation of geometry to EinsteinŐs theory of gravitation, Nature 106, 1921, 806-809 (with Dr. H. Jeffreys). Nature

 

On certain fundamental principles of scientific inquiry, Phil. Mag. 42, 1921, 369-390 (with Dr. H. Jeffreys). Taylor and Francis

 

Relativity, International Congress of Philosophers, Paris, 1921.

 

A generalized hypergeometric function with n parameters, Phil. Mag. 41 (Ser. 6), 1921, 174-186. Taylor and Francis

 

An asymptotic formula for the hypergeometric function, Phil. Mag. 41 (Ser. 6), 1921, 161-173. Taylor and Francis

 

 

 

 

1922

 

The theory of relativity in relation to scientific method, Nature, 23 (Vol. 109), March 1922, 381-382. Nature

 

The philosophical aspects of the principle of relativity, Proc. Arist. Soc. 22, 1922, 215-223. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, JSTOR

 

On certain methodological aspects of the theory of relativity, Mind, NS. October 31, 1922, 200-204. JSTOR

 

The idealistic interpretation of EinsteinŐs theory, Proc. Arist. Soc. 22, 1922-1923, (symposium with Professor Carr, Professor Nunn, Professor Whitehead and Lord Haldane). Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Nature

 

On the lateral vibrations of bars of a conical type, Proc. Roy. Soc. A.101, 1922, 493-508. Internet Archive, JSTOR

 

On the orbits in the field of a doublet, Phil. Mag. 43 (Ser. 6), 1922, 993-1014. Taylor and Francis

 

On the rotations of slightly elastic bodies, Phil. Mag. 43 (Ser. 6), 1922, 30-42. Philosophical Magazine, Taylor and Francis

 

 

 

 

 

 

1923

 

On the seismic waves from the Oppau explosion of 1921, with Harold Jeffreys, Sept. 21, R.A.S. Monthly Notices Jan. 1923, 15-22. Wiley

 

On certain aspects of scientific thought, Proc. Aristotelian Soc. 1923-24, 37-54. JSTOR

 

On certain fundamental principles of scientific inquiry (Second Paper), Phil. Mag. 45, 1923, 368-374 (with Dr. H. Jeffreys). Taylor and Francis

 

The theory of mensuration, Phil. Mag. 46, 1923, 1-22 (with Dr. H. Jeffreys). Taylor and Francis

 

On mediate cardinals, American Journal of Math, 43, 1923, 87-92. JSTOR

 

On the lateral vibrations of rods of variable cross-section, Phil. Mag. 46 (Ser. 6), 1923, 273-290. Taylor and Francis

 

Some approximations to hypergeometric functions, Phil. Mag. 45 (Ser. 6), 1923. Taylor and Francis

 

Table of the Bessel function In(x), with Hugh E.H. Wrinch, Phil. Mag. 45 (Ser. 6), 1923. Taylor and Francis

 

 

 

 

1924

 

Scientific thought. Mind, 33NS, 1924, 184-192. JSTOR

 

Tables of Bessel functions, with Hugh E.H. Wrinch, Phil. Mag. 47 (Ser. 6), 1924, 62-65. Taylor and Francis

 

Some problems of two-dimensional electrostatics. Phil. Mag. 48 (Ser. 6), 1924, 692-703. Taylor and Francis

 

The hypergeometric function with k denominators. Quart. J. Math. 50, 1924, 204-224.

 

Some boundary problems of mathematical physics. Proc. Lond. Math. Soc. 24, 1924, 435-458. Oxford Journals

 

Some problems of two-dimensional hydrodynamics. Phil. Mag. 48 (Ser. 6),1924. 1089-1104. Taylor and Francis

 

 

 

 

1925

 

Fluid circulation round cylindrical obstacles. Phil. Mag. 49 (Ser. 6), 1925, 240-250. Taylor and Francis

 

On the electric capacity of certain solids of revolution. Phil. Mag. 50 (Ser. 6), 1925, 61-70. Taylor and Francis

 

LaplaceŐs equation and the inversion of co-ordinates. Phil. Mag. 50 (Ser. 6), 1925, 1049-1058. Taylor and Francis

 

LaplaceŐs equation and surfaces of revolution, with J.W. Nicholson, Proc. Roy. Soc. A. 108, 1925, 93-104. JSTOR

 

Symposium: the concept of energy. Proc. Aristotelian Soc. 5, 1925, with C.R. Morris, 28-63. JSTOR

 

 

1926

 

On the pressure distribution round certain aerofoils of high aspect ratio. J. Roy. Aero. Soc. 30, 1926, 129-142. (article not found on line)

 

The roots of hypergeometric functions with a numerator and four denominators, with H.E.H. Wrinch, Phil. Mag. 1 (Ser. 7), 1926, 273-276. Taylor and Francis

 

Scientific methodology with special reference to electron theory. Proc. Aristotelian Soc.

1926-27, 41-60. JSTOR

 

 

 

 

1927

 

The relations of science and philosophy. J. of Philosophical Studies 2, 1927, 153-166. JSTOR

 

Electrostatic problems concerning certain inverted spheroids. Phil. Mag. 3 (Ser. 7), 1927, 865-883. Taylor and Francis

 

A class of integral equations occurring in physics. Phil. Mag. Vol. 4 (Ser. 7), 1927, with J.W. Nicholson. Taylor and Francis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1928

 

Aspects of the scientific method. Proc. Aristotelian Soc. 1928-29, 94-122. JSTOR

 

On the asymptotic evaluation of functions defined by contour integrals. Amer. J. Math. 50, 1928, 269-302. JSTOR

 

On spheroidal harmonics as hypergeometric functions. Phil. Mag. 6 (Ser. 7), 1928, 1117-1122. Taylor and Francis

 

On a method for constructing harmonics for surfaces of revolution. Proc. International Congress of Mathematics, Bologna, 1928, 89-93. Math Union

 

 

 

 

1929

 

Scientific method in some embryonic sciences. Proc. Aristotelian Soc. 1929-30, 229-242. JSTOR

 

On the structure of serial relations. Phil. Mag. 8 (Ser. 7), 1929, 698-702. Taylor and Francis

 

On the multiplication of serial relations. Phil. Mag. 8 (Ser. 7), 1929, 1025-1042. Taylor and Francis

 

 

 

 

1930

 

On harmonics applicable to surfaces of revolution. Amer. J. of Math. 52, 1930, 305-318. JSTOR

 

On some integrals involving Legendre polynomials. Phil. Mag. 10 (Ser. 7), 1930, 1037-1043. Taylor and Francis

 

The Retreat From Parenthood, (pseudonym: Jean Ayling), Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., Ltd., 1930.

 

 

 

 

1932

 

Some problems concerned with inverted prolate spheroids. Phil. Mag. 14 (Ser. 7), 1061-1078, 1932. Taylor and Francis

 

Harmonics associated with certain inverted spheroids. Proc. International Congress of Mathematics, Zurich, 1932, 89. Math Union

 

Review of RademacherŐs Von Zahlen und Figuren, Mathematical gazette, 16, 2, 7, 1932. JSTOR

 

Applications of prolate spheroidal harmonics. Phil. Mag. 14 (Ser. 7), 1932, 829-848. Taylor and Francis

 

 

 

 

 

1933

 

Review of CantorŐs collected works, Mind, NS, v. 33, no. 130, 1933, 184-192. (abridged version available from the Mathematical Gazette on JSTOR)

 

 

 

           

1934

 

Chromosome behavior in terms of protein pattern, Nature 134, 1934, 978-979. Nature

 

 

 

 

1935

 

The contractile factors of the chromosome micelle, Nature 134,1935, 788-789. Nature

 

The chromosome micelle and the banded structure of chromosomes in the salivary gland, Nature 136, 68, 1935. Nature

 

Chromosomes and molecular aggregates. In International Congress of Botany, M.J. Sirks, ed., E.J. Brill, Leiden, 2, 1935, 24-26. Google Books

 

 

 

 

 

1936

 

On the molecular structure of chromosomes, Protoplasma 25, 1936, 550-569. Springer

 

The pattern of proteins, Nature 137, 1936, 411-412. Nature

 

Energy of formation of cyclol molecules, Nature 138, 1936, 241-242. Nature

 

Structure of proteins and of certain physiologically active compounds, Nature 138, 1936, 651-652. Nature

 

The hydrogen bond and the structure of proteins (with D. Jordan Lloyd), Nature 138, 1936, 758-759. Nature

 

 

 

 

1937

 

Built-up films of proteins and their properties (With Irving Langmuir and V.J. Schefer), Science 85, 1937, 76-80. Science

 

Nature of the linkages in proteins. Nature 139, 718, 1937. Nature

 

Intramolecular folding of proteins by Keto-Enol Interchange (with W.T. Astbury), Nature 139, 798, 1937. Nature

 

On the pattern of proteins. Proc. Royal Society A 160, 1937, 59-86. RSPA

 

The cyclol hypothesis and the globular proteins. Proc. Royal Society A 161, 1937, 505-524. RSPA

 

The cyclol theory and the "globular" proteins. Nature 139, 1937, 972-973.

Nature

 

On the structure of insulin, Trans. Faraday Society 33, 1937, 1363-1380. Science

 

On the structure of pepsin. Phil. Mag. 24 (Ser. 7), 1937, 940-953. Taylor and Francis

 

The structure of proteins and its biological significance. International Congress of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, Paris, 1937, 395.

 

 

 

 

1938

 

Structures proposed for protein molecules, Proc. Physical Society, 50, 1938, 141-144. IOP Science

 

On the hydration and denaturation of proteins. Phil. Mag. 25 (Ser. 7 ), 1938, 705-739. Taylor and Francis

 

The structure of the insulin molecule, Science 88, 1938, 499-450. Science

 

The molecular weights of the globular proteins. Phil. Mag. 26, 1938, 313-314. Taylor and Francis

 

The structure of the insulin molecule (with Irving Langmuir). Nature 142, 1938, 581-583. American Chemical Society

 

Is there a protein fabric? Cold Spring Harbor Symposium 6, 1938, 122-123. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia

 

Vector maps and crystal analysis (with Irving Langmuir). J. American Chemical Society 60, 2247, 1938. Nature

 

Crystal analysis and point sets. Nature 142, 1938, 955-956. Nature

 

 

 

 

 

1939

 

The geometry of discrete vector maps. Phil. Mag. 27 (Ser. 7), 1939m 98-122. Taylor and Francis

 

Nature of the cyclol bond (with Irving Langmuir). Nature 143, 1939, 49-52. Nature

 

The structure of the globular proteins. Nature 143, 1939, 482-483. Nature

 

Vector maps of finite and periodic points sets. Phil. Mag. 27, 1939, 490-507. Taylor and Francis

 

Note on resonance in proteins. Cold Spring Harbor Symposium 7, 1939, 48-?.

 

The geometrical attack on the problem of protein structure. Proc. Royal Soc. B 127, 1939, 24-25. JSTOR

 

The cyclol theory and the structure of insulin. Nature 143, 1939, 613-624. Nature

 

A note on the structure of insulin (with Irving Langmuir). Proc. Physical Society 51, 1939, 613-624. JSTOR

 

The tuberculin protein molecule. Nature 144, 1939, 77 (one page only). Nature

 

Geometry in the service of crystal physics. Physical Soc. Exhibition Jan. 1939.

 

 

 

 

           

1940

 

The fabric structure of proteins with special reference to cytogenetic. J. of Genetics, 40, 1940, 359-378. Springer

 

The cyclol hypothesis. Nature 145, 1940, 669-670. Nature

 

Lengths and strengths of atomic bonds (with David Harker), J. Chem. Phys. 8, 1940, 502-?. AIP

 

The fabric theory of protein structure. Phil. Mag. (Ser. 7) 30, 1940, 64-67. Taylor and Francis

 

The Patterson projection of the skeleton of the structure proposed for the insulin molecule. Nature 145, 1940, 1018 (one page only). Nature

 

A new calculation of the C=C bond energy and of resonance in certain molecules. Science 92, 1940, 79 (one page only). JSTOR

 

 

 

 

1941

 

The geometrical attack on protein structure. J. American. Chem. Soc. 63, 1941, 330-333. American Chemical Society

 

Further development of the fabric theory of protein structure. Phil. Mag. (Ser. 7) 31, 1941, 177-198. Taylor and Francis

 

The native protein theory of the structure of cytoplasm. Cold Spring Harbor Symposium, 9, 1941, 218-235. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia

 

Proteins in action, Collecting Net, 16, 1941, 143-148. Collecting Net

 

Further implications of flexible protein frameworks, Collecting Net, 16, 1941, 177-190. Collecting Net

 

 

 

 

1942

 

Native proteins, flexible frameworks and cytoplasmic organization. Nature 150, 270-271, 1942. Nature

 

The structure of biologically active membranes. Biological Bulletin 83, 1942, 303-304. Biological Bulletin

 

 

 

 

1943

 

Review of Growth and Form by DŐArcy Thompson. Isis 34, 1943, 232-234. JSTOR

 

 

 

 

1944

 

Native protein crystallography and diffraction patterns. Biological Bulletin 87, 1944, 157 (one page only). Biological Bulletin

 

 

 

 

1945

 

Fourier transforms and structure factors. Phys. Rev. 67, 1945, 198 (one page only). Physical Review

 

A tetrahedral framework for native proteins? Biological Bulletin 89, 1945, 192 (one page only). Biological Bulletin

 

 

 

 

1946

 

Fourier Transforms and Structure Factors, published by the American Society for X-ray and Electron Diffraction, January 1946.

 

Patterson distributions and native protein crystallography. Nature 157, 1946, 226 (one page only). Nature

 

Scientific method in the evolution of new drugs; Active patches on native proteins. Australian Journal of Science 8, 103, 1946. PubGet

 

Synthetic Patterson maps (with A.D. Booth), Journal of Chemical Phys. 14, 1946, 503-. AIP

 

Biological specificity and the synthesis of native proteins. Biological Bulletin 91, October 1946, 216-217. Biological Bulletin

 

 

 

 

1947

 

Twinnings and intergrowths. American Mineralogist 32, 695, 1947. American Mineralogist

 

Patterson-Harker maps of molecular crystals (With A.D. Booth). Journal of Chemical Physics vol. 15, no. 6, June 1947, 330-333. AIP

 

The native protein. Science 106, 1947, 73-76. JSTOR

 

Native proteins and biological morphology. Biological Bulletin 93, 1947, 202-203. Biological Bulletin

 

Proteins as polycondensations of amino acids. Science (New Series), 107, 1947, 445-446. JSTOR

 

Protein synthesis. Phil. Mag. 38, 1947, 373-398. Taylor and Francis

 

 

 

 

 

 

1948

 

On the relation between certain distributions and their corresponding Patterson distributions. Phil. Mag. 39, 1948, 692-696. Taylor and Francis

 

A note on the structure of insulin. Journal of Chemical Physics 16, 1948, 1007-?. AIP

 

Biological specificity and protein structure. Biological Bulletin 95, 1948, 247-248. Biological Bulletin

 

The cage hypothesis and a common feature of X-ray diffraction studies of proteins. Biological Bulletin 95, 1948, 272-273. Biological Bulletin

 

An application of Fourier transforms to a crystal structure analysis. Am. Mineral. 33, 1948, 782-783. American Mineralogist

 

The native proteins as polycondensations of amino acids. Science vol. 107, no. 2738, April 1948, 445-446. JSTOR

 

Some crystalline hemoglobins. Amer. Mineral. 33, 1948, 781-782. American Mineralogist

 

 

 

 

1949

 

Radial distributions in Patterson space (with A.D. Booth) Nature 163, 1949, 169 (one page only). Nature

 

The structure of insulin and the cyclol hypothesis. Biological Bulletin 97, 2, 1949, 229-230. Biological Bulletin

 

The particle status of proteins. Biological Bulletin 97, 1949, 251 (one page only). Biological Bulletin

 

Biological specificity and protein structure. The Collecting Net, 29, 1949, 247-248. Collecting Net (repeat of 1948 Biological Bulletin article)

 

Diamond networks in reciprocal space and Fourier transforms of cyclol structures. Meeting of the American Society for X-ray and Electron Diffraction, Dec. 1949.

 

 

 

 

1950

 

A note on the diffraction patterns of crystalline proteins, Acta Cryst. 3, 1950, 76-77. Acta Crystallographica

 

Patterson-Harker maps of protein crystals. Amer. Mineral. 35, 1950, 124 (one page only). American Mineralogist

 

Patterson-Harker maps of molecular crystals. J. Chem. Phys. 15, 1947, 416-? AIP

 

Water and biological function. Biological Bulletin, 99, 1950, 367-368. Biological Bulletin

 

The 10-11A spacing of crystalline proteins and the cyclol hypothesis. Meeting of Am. Cryst. Assoc. April 11, 1950.

 

Vector functions for uniform spheres and spherical shells. Phy. Rev. 79, 1950, 203 (one page only). APS

 

Certain Fourier transforms and structure of proteins. J. Chem. Phys. 18, 1950, 562-?. AIP

 

Vector maps of crystals containing particles. Am. Cryst. Soc. Aug. 1950.

 

Vector maps of hydrated protein crystals. Acta Cryst. 3, 1950, 475-476. Acta Crystallographica

 

 

 

 

 

1951

 

Multiple cube systems in mineralogy. Meeting of Am. Cryst. Assoc. Feb. 1951.

 

Some indications regarding protein structure from X-ray studies. Inter. Cryst. Congress, Stockholm 1951.

 

Some remarks on Fourier transforms and vector maps in structure determinations. Symposium on Structure Determinations, Stockholm.

 

 

Water in protein crystals. Biological Bulletin 101, 1951, 235 (one page only). Biological Bulletin

 

Protein molecules with relatively low molecular weights? Biological Bulletin 101, 1951, 234 (one page only). Biological Bulletin

 

 

 

 

 

1952

 

Fourier transforms and intensities from crystalline proteins. Bulletin Am. Phys. Society, 27, Jan. 1952, 36-?.

 

The bearing of new results in protein structure on cytological interpretations, Biological Bulletin, 103, 1952, 313 (one page only). Biological Bulletin

 

Fourier transforms and intensities from protein crystals. Phys. Rev. 86, 1952, 611-?.

 

Skeletal units in protein crystals. Science 115, 1952, 356-357. JSTOR

 

The twinning of cryolite. Amer. Mineral. 37, 1952, 234-241. American Mineralogist

 

 

On the vector map of crystalline horse hemoglobin. J. Chem. Phys. 20, 1952, 1051-?. AIP

 

A megamolecular structure factor. Phil. Mag. 43, 1952, 801-804. Taylor and Francis

 

Evidence for globulite molecules in horse hemoglobin. J. Chem. Phys. 20, 1952, 1332-?. AIP

 

Globulite units in protein crystals? Acta Cryst. 5, 1952, 694-695. Acta Crystallographica

 

 

Molecules of the insulin structure. Science 116, 1952, 562-564. JSTOR

 

Recent results regarding the structures of the globular proteins. Biological Bulletin, 103, 1952, 313 (one page only). Biological Bulletin

 

 

 

 

1953

 

Fourier transforms of shells and intensities from crystalline proteins. Phys. Rev. 91, 1953, 471-?.

 

Proposed polypeptide chain configurations and the structure of horse hemoglobin. Acta Cryst. 6,1953, 562-564. Acta Crystallographica

 

The hypothesis of parallel rodlike polypeptide chains in horse hemoglobin. Acta Cryst. 6, 1953, 638-646. Acta Crystallographica

 

The structure of ribonuclease. Biological Bulletin 105, 1953, 354 (one page only). Biological Bulletin

 

A globulite structure of acid insulin sulphate? Biological Bulletin 105, 1953, 389 (one page only). Biological Bulletin

 

Evidence for globulite molecules in ribonuclease. J. Chem. Phys. 21, 1953, 2099-?. AIP

 

Diffraction patterns in 19th Century Astronomy and 20th Century crystallography. In ŇScience, Medicine, and History,Ó a collection of essays in honor of Charles Singer entitled, vol. 2, Oxford Univ. Press 1953, 197-202.

 

Nomenclature of cyclohexane bonds. Nature Dec. 1953, 1096-1097. Nature

 

 

 

 

1954

 

Vector maps of some distributions in continuous space. Am. Cryst. Assoc. Apr. 1954.

 

The structure of horse hemogliobin in the light of the intensity map of the horse methomoglobin crystal. Acta Cryst. 7, 1954, 353-357. Acta Crystallographica

 

On the interpretation of vector maps. Intern. Congress Cryst. Paris. Acta Cryst. 7, 1954, 627-628. Acta Crystallographica

 

On the interpretation of vector maps – abstract. Crystallography Journals Online

 

Native protein structure and a tetrahedral motif. Biological Bulletin 107, 1954, 323 (one page only). Biological Bulletin

 

 

 

1955

 

Native protein structure in the light of physico-chemical findings. Exper. Med. and Surgery 13, 33, 1955. PubMed (no article or abstract available online)

 

Vector distributions and crystalline proteins. J. Chem. Phys. 23, 1955, 1361-? AIP

 

On the meaning of the vector map of horse methemoglobin. Acta. Cryst. 8, 1955, 515-516. Acta Crystallographica

 

On the structure of DNA (39 pages, unpublished). In the Wrinch papers in the Sophia Smith Collection of Smith College, Box 12: Folder 4.

 

 

 

 

1956

 

Diffraction star produced by magnetite within muscovite (with B.M. Shaub), Amer. Mineral. 41, 1956, 744. American Mineralogist

 

Notes on six-rayed diffraction star produced by magnetite enclosed in muscovite (with B.M. Shaub), Amer. Mineralogist 41, 1956, 944-947. American Mineralogist

 

 

 

1957

 

The dark agesŐ scourge led to lifesaving drugs. New York Herald Tribune, July 21, 1957. Reprinted in the Smith Alumnae Quarterly, February 1958.

 

The structure of bacitracin A. Nature 179, 1957, 536-537. Nature

 

An approach to the synthesis of polycyclic peptides. Nature 180, 1957, 502-503. Nature

 

 

 

 

1960

 

Chemical Aspects of the Structure of Small Peptides. Munksgaard, Copenhagen, 1960.

 

 

 

 

1962

 

Some issues in molecular biology and recent advances in the organic chemistry of small peptides. Nature 193, 1962, 245-247. Nature

 

 

 

 

1963

 

Recent advances in cyclol chemistry. Nature 199, 1963, 564-566. Nature

 

 

 

 

1965

 

Chemical Aspects of Polypeptide Chain Structure and the Cyclol Theory, Munksgaard, Copenhagen, 1965; Plenum Press, New York, 1965.

 

A contemporary picture of the chemical aspects of polypeptide chain structures and certain problems of molecular biology. Nature, vol. 206, 1965, 459-461. Nature