Dyeing and Calico Printing, including an Account of the Most Recent Improvements in the Manufacture and Use of Aniline Colours

Abstract

THE subjects treated of in the volume now before us possess a twofold interest—first as involving questions of pure science in the domain of organic chemistry; and secondly, as being of immense industrial importance to the country. It does not enter into our province to notice the work in its industrial aspect, but we have no hesitation in stating that author and editors have performed their task in a highly creditable manner. From every point of view the work will be found useful, and we can recommend it to the scientific chemist as well as to dyers and calico printers.

Dyeing and Calico Printing, including an Account of the Most Recent Improvements in the Manufacture and Use of Aniline Colours.

By the late Dr. F. Crace-Calvert Edited by John Stenhouse, LL.D., F.R.S., &c., and Charles Edward Groves, F.C.S. (Manchester: Palmer and Howe; London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1876)

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