(1) Outlines of Inorganic Chemistry (2) A Handbook of Organic Analysis, Qualitative and Quantitative


    THE methods of teaching chemistry, particularly inorganic chemistry, are so diverse and depend so much upon the individuality of the teacher that it is no wonder there are a large number of books on elementary chemistry, and that their number is still increasing.

    (1) Outlines of Inorganic Chemistry.

    Dr. E. B. Ludlan. Pp. xv + 365. (London: Edward Arnold, 1911.) Price 4s. 6d.

    (2) A Handbook of Organic Analysis, Qualitative and Quantitative.

    Hans Thacher Clarke, with an introduction by Prof. Norman Collie, F.R.S. Pp. viii + 264. (London: Edward Arnold, 1911.) Price 5s. net.

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