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Der Stickstoff und seine wichtigsten Verbindungen

Nature volume 68, pages 266267 (23 July 1903) | Download Citation



THE large and ever-increasing amount of work turned out by research chemists in all branches and departments of the science, and the dispersal of the results of investigations throughout a sufficiently extended array of publishing media, awaken the demand for some means by which the wealth of newlyacquired knowledge may be made easily accessible; and the editor or author who undertakes the very tedious but important task of collecting from the different sources and arranging in a summarised form all, or even the most important, facts which have been established, performs a service to his science for which he does not always receive due credit.

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