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The Chemists' Pocket Manual

Nature volume 63, page 489 (21 March 1901) | Download Citation



A LARGE amount of information of use to professional chemists is brought together in this pocket book. The tables include almost everything to which occasional reference has to be made in chemical laboratories; and with the formulæ, calculations, physical and analytical methods, should be of service not only to chemists, but also to assayers, metallurgists, manufacturers and students. Among the points worthy of special mention are the applications of graphic methods to conversion tables; and the descriptions of select methods of technical analysis.

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