Glue, Gelatine, and their Allied Products


THIS is a handbook intended for the use of glue manufacturers, agriculturists, and students of technology. It describes the preparation and properties of glue and gelatin, and also of certain side-products, such as size, cements, and fertilisers. The description is written chiefly from the practical standpoint, though some notes on the chemistry of the products are included. Diagrams of plant and machinery illustrate the working of the various processes mentioned in the text.

Glue, Gelatine, and their Allied Products.

By Thomas Lambert. Pp. xii + 153. (London: Chas. Griffin and Co., Ltd., 1905.) Price 5s. net.

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