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(1) A Course of Practical Chemistry Suitable for Public Schools (2) Introduction to Practical Chemistry, for Medical, Dental, and General Students (3) First Stage Inorganic Chemistry (Practical)

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AS a general rule, the teacher of practical chemistry yields sooner or later to the apparently irresistible temptation of writing a text-book for the use of students attending his classes. The consequent excessive multiplication of elementary treatises is, in the main, deplorable, although the contents of some of these publications afford an interesting indication of the trend of contemporaneous science teaching.

(1) A Course of Practical Chemistry Suitable for Public Schools.

By A. Beresford Ryley. Pp. viii + 156. (London: J. and A. Churchill, 1909.) Price 4s. 6d. net.

(2) Introduction to Practical Chemistry, for Medical, Dental, and General Students.

By A. M. Kellas. Pp. viii + 262. (London: Henry Frowde, and Hodder and Stoughton, 1909.) Price 3s. 6d. net.

(3) First Stage Inorganic Chemistry (Practical).

For the First Stage Examination of the Board of Education (South Kensington). Revised Edition. By H. W. Bausor. Pp. iii + 85. (London: W. B. Clive, University Tutorial Press, Ltd., 1909.) Price 1s.

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