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    Naturevolume 98pages411412 (1917) | Download Citation



    FROM the recently issued report of the Govern-ment Chemist,1 it appears that 239,706 samples were analysed at the Government Laboratory during the course of the year 1915–16. This is an increase of some 9300 samples compared with the previous year, and of about 5000 compared with the year 1913–14, before the outbreak of war. The samples comprised a large variety of articles.

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