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Introduction to Physical Chemistry

Nature volume 85, page 103 (24 November 1910) | Download Citation



IN this book the author gives a rapid sketch of what is ordinarily known as physical chemistry. Compared with other books of its kind, the result can scarcely be described as satisfactory. The author has tried to cover too much ground in the allotted space, with the result that much of the information is of a fragmentary character. The book is evidently intended for junior students, but it is doubtful whether they would really get any grasp of fundamental principles from such a highly condensed account of physical chemistry.

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