- Recherches sur les phénomènes chimiques qui se produisent dans les volcans, 1866
- Les anciens volcans de la Grèce 1867.
- Santorin et ses éruptions (avec Auguste Michel-Lévy), 1879.
- Minéralogie micrographique 1879.
- Roches éruptives françaises (2 tomes), 1879.
- Synthèse des minéraux et des roches, 1885.
- Les Tremblements de terre, 1889.
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