Outlines of Physiological Chemistry


THE book deals chiefly with the theoretical side of organic chemistry as applied to physiology. The first chapter, of twenty-one pages, contains an account of the following matters:—dissociation in solution, nomenclature of acids, chemical equilibrium, catalysis, colloids and crystalloids, colloidal solutions of metals, aggregation, suspension and precipitation, oxidation and reduction, osmotic pressure, calculations of a formula, reasons why reactions take place, graphic formulæ, and ultimate analysis.

Outlines of Physiological Chemistry.

By Dr. S. P. Beebe Prof. B. H. Buxton. Pp. vii + 195. (New York: The Macmillan Co.; London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1904.) Price 6s. 6d. net.

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