Photo-Processes in Gaseous and Liquid Systems

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IT has been stated, possibly with truth, that any investigations performed by chemists which prove to be of more than passing interest are rapidly assimilated by and incorporated in physics. This stage appears to have been reached in the subject of photochemistry, ably dealt with by Drs. R. O. Griffith and A. McKeown in “Photo-Processes in Gaseous and Liquid Systems”, published in the well-known Longmans Green series of text-books on physical chemistry, edited for so long by the late Sir William Ramsay, and now under the genial direction of Prof. F. G. Donnan.

Photo-Processes in Gaseous and Liquid Systems.

Dr. R. O. Griffith Dr. A. McKeown. (Textbooks of Physical Chemistry.) Pp. viii + 691. (London, New York and Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., Ltd., 1929.) 25s. net.

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