THIS is a book of unusual character, written by a Dutchman, Dr. F. M. Jaeger, professor of inorganic and physical chemistry at the University of Groningen, Holland, who is personally known to many English and American men of science from his visits to this country and the United States, and who is not only a chemist, but also, what is infinitely rarer, an accomplished crystallographer. Although published in Amsterdam, it is written in the English language, and dedicated to an Englishman, the president of the Chemical Society, Prof. W. J. Pope.
Lectures on the Principle of Symmetry and its Applications in All Natural Sciences.
By Prof. F. M. Jaeger. Pp. xii + 333. (Amsterdam: “Elsevier“ Publishing Co., 1917.)