Coloured Analytical Tables


    NOVELTIES in text-books of elementary qualitative analysis are usually conspicuous by their absence, but the book before us takes an entiry new departure. The idea of representing the various coloured reactions by tinted imitations is, so far as we know, quite new. Apart from this, the usual well-worn paths are followed. The tables are of the simplest character, and are only sufficient for the detection of common bases in salts or oxides, no attempt being made to separate the members of the various groups. The second part is devoted to reactions for the detection of a few acids and organic substances.

    Coloured Analytical Tables.

    By H. W. Hake (London: George Phillip and Son, 1889.)

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    Coloured Analytical Tables. Nature 41, 29–30 (1889).

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