[Book Reviews]


    THIS third part is especially welcome after the long time that has elapsed since the second was to hand, as we hope it indicates that the rest of the volume is likely to follow without delay. The present part continues the subject of acidimetry, and goes on to alkalimetry, compounds of the alkalies, and alkaline earths (including bleaching powder), aluminium compounds, silicates, and chromium and zinc ores.

    Fresenius's Quantitative Analysis.

    Translated by Chas. E. Groves. Vol. II., Part 3. (London: J. and A. Churchill.)

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    [Book Reviews]. Nature 43, 436 (1891) doi:10.1038/043436b0

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