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New Conceptions in Colloidal Chemistry


THIS volume contains eight lectures delivered by the author in America in 1925. They deal in a masterly manner with the progress made along certain lines in colloid chemistry during the last few years, and indicate that such matters as adsorption, electrolyte coagulation, and the electrical and optical properties of colloidal systems are not so simple as they were once thought to be. The ample bibliographies, although impartial, show how fundamental is the work of Prof. Freundlich himself, who is to be congratulated on the rare gift of making his discoveries intelligible in two languages, for a German version of the book has already appeared.

New Conceptions in Colloidal Chemistry.




By. Pp. vii + 147. (London: Methuen and Co., Ltd., 1926.) 6s. net.

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