A Second German Course for Science Students


    IN a former volume, favourably noticed in NATURE of May 24, 1906 (vol. lxxiv., p. 78), the authors described a series of simple lessons in science suitable for reading by elementary students of the German language The present volume contains extracts from recent German scientific publications—books, periodicals and proceedings of societies—of a more technical character, but arranged, so far as possible, in order of difficulty. Some notes on unusual words and phrases, hints on the use of a dictionary, a grammatical summary, and a list of abbreviations provide all the assistance the reader is likely to require at this stage. The extracts have been carefully selected, and will be read with interest and profit by students of physics and chemistry who have a slight knowledge of German.

    A Second German Course for Science Students.

    By Prof. H. G. Fiedler F. E. Sandbach. Pp. vii + 76. (London: A. Moring, Ltd., 1906.) Price 2s. 6d. net.

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    A Second German Course for Science Students . Nature 75, 413 (1907) doi:10.1038/075413d0

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