Practical Chemistry: for Advanced Students


    MR. SUTCLIFFE'S book is suitable for pupils preparing for higher school certificate and similar examinations. Elementary experiments are not described and much detail concerning manipulation has been omitted, since students of this standard will not require it. The course covers qualitative and quantitative analysis, inorganic and organic preparations, and some simple exercises in physical chemistry. The directions for the preparations are clear and adequate, and the section on qualitative analysis contains all the equations for the reactions and explanatory notes. The course is well planned and the book should prove successful in schools where work of this standard is done.

    Practical Chemistry: for Advanced Students.



    . Pp. vii + 216. (London: John Murray, 1930.) 4s. 6d.

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    Practical Chemistry: for Advanced Students . Nature 126, 432 (1930).

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