Water and its Purification

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THE author of this work describes it on the title-page as “a handbook for the use of local authorities, sanitary officers, and others interested in water supply.” It is thus admittedly a book which is designed more for the general reader than for the engineer, the chemist, or the bacteriologist. That this is so we have further evidence in the preface, where we read that—

Water and its Purification.

By Samuel Rideal Pp. xii + 292. (London: Crosby Lockwood and Son, 1897.)

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