Modern Soaps, Candles, and Glycerin


THIS is a work intended primarily for the soap manufacturer, and more especially for the American beginner in the art and craft of soap-making. The author finds, he tells us, that the industry has hitherto been indebted for its technical literature to those who can write, but have little worth telling. To remedy this state of things he, a practical man, to practical men sends forth the present volume.

Modern Soaps, Candles, and Glycerin.

By L. L. Lamborn. Pp. xx + 688. (New York: D. Van Nostrand Company; London: Crosby Lockwood and Son, 1906.) Price 30s. net.

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SIMMONDS, C. Modern Soaps, Candles, and Glycerin . Nature 75, 362–363 (1907).

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