Notes on Volumetric Analysis Introduction to Chemical Analysis An Elementary Text-book of Inorganic Chemistry Elementary Chemistry, Progressive Lessons in A Three Years' Course of Practical Chemistry


IT seems to have become a recognised practice for schools and colleges to produce their own small text-books or notes on some portion of the science curriculum, first for internal use, and then for the benefit of outsiders. Whether this multiplication of little books is desirable is somewhat questionable. Without going so far as to say that these small books conduce to cramming or getting through examinations, there is always a slight lurking suspicion about this point. Our various “examination” boards are perhaps answerable for the small book production.

Notes on Volumetric Analysis.

By J. B. Russell A. H. Bell. Pp. viii + 94. (London: John Murray.) Price 2s.

Introduction to Chemical Analysis.

By Hugh C. H. Candy. Pp. xii + 114 (London: J. and A. Churchill, 1905.) Price 3s. 6d. net.

An Elementary Text-book of Inorganic Chemistry.

By R. L. Whiteley. Pp. viii + 245. (London: Methuen and Co.) Price 2s. 6d.

Elementary Chemistry, Progressive Lessons in.

By F. R. L. Wilson G. W. Hedley. Pp. xii + 168. (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1905.) Price 3s.

A Three Years' Course of Practical Chemistry.

By George H. Martin Ellis Jones. Pp. viii + 112. (London: Rivingtons, 1906.) Price 2s.

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