Progressive Chemistry

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    THE Journal of Chemical Education, a beautifully printed and illustrated monthly magazine of some two hundred pages, conveys a striking and even startling impression of the popularity and progress of chemical studies in the United States. The journal, which costs two dollars fifty cents per annum, is the official organ of the Division of Chemical Education of the American Chemical Society, and its aim may be expressed in terms practically identical with those which are applied in the January issue to the closely related Chemical Foundation Inc., that is, “the advancement and maintenance of chemical education in the United States to the plane where we shall have not only the best chemistry teachers and methods of teaching this science in the world, but also have the most enlightened lay people who will appreciate the importance of the application of chemistry in all phases of life and industry”.

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