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ORIGINALLY published in 1909 and revised in 1916, these handy tables for the working bench have now been considerably enlarged by the inclusion of new descriptive matter and by the treatment of some hundreds of additional substances. The arrange ment is convenient, the abbreviations are self-explanatory, the letterpress clear, and the paper serviceable. Not the least useful part of the bookis the index, which includes the common names of the compounds referred to in the tables. With the exception of some forty pages devoted to non-metals and rare metals, the scope of the compilation is confined to the metals and acids commonly employed in the study of qualitative analytical chemistry.

Properties of Inorganic, Substances: a Second Revision and Enlargement of Tables of Properties of over Fifteen Hundred Common Inorganic Substances.



By. Pp. 226. (New York: The Chemical Catalog Co., Inc., 1927.) 6 dollars.

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