The “Chemical Age” Chemical Dictionary: Chemical Terms

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    THE dictionary gives the definitions and in many cases short descriptions of a large number of terms used in chemistry. Practically all branches are covered, and the book is up-to-date. A few sections, taken at random, were: deanimation, hæmacytometer, iso-merism, oligodynamic action, quinocarbonium, thermodynamics, ultramicroscope, and X-ray analysis, and in each case a clear and accurate account of the topic was presented. The book should prove useful to technical journalists and for general reference, as well as to chemists.

    The “Chemical Age” Chemical Dictionary: Chemical Terms.

    Pp. 158. (London: Ernest Benn, Ltd., 1924.) 16s. net.

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    The “Chemical Age” Chemical Dictionary: Chemical Terms . Nature 115, 80 (1925). https://doi.org/10.1038/115080d0

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