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Organic Agricultural Chemistry (The Chemistry of Plants and Animals)

Naturevolume 98page366 (1917) | Download Citation



THIS volume is intended to solve the difficult problem of providing a course in chemistry for students at agricultural colleges. By common consent the ideal plan is for the would-be agricultural chemist to go through the pure chemical course and take an honours degree. But many cannot do this; their training has to be carried out at the agricultural college, where chemistry as such is strictly subordinated to the matter in hand.

Organic Agricultural Chemistry (The Chemistry of Plants and Animals).

By Prof. J. S. Chamberlain. Pp. xvii + 319. (New York: The Macmillan Co.; London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1916.) Price 7s. net.

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