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Nature volume 96, pages 662663 (10 February 1916) | Download Citation

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AMONG the many lessons which we are learning as the result of the war, not the least important is the fact that experimental science in general, and chemistry in particular, is not merely an interesting intellectual occupation, but one of the foundation-stones on which national progress rests, and that its continued neglect could only lead to disaster, and end in our complete defeat by more progressive and far-seeing nations.

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