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Reports of the Progress of Chemistry

Nature volume 127, pages 479480 (28 March 1931) | Download Citation



COMMONPLACE as the phrase has become, of this series of reports it may, and indeed should, be said that no chemical library ought to be without it. The flood of literature which descends upon students and practitioners of chemistry grows ever greater, and a correspondingly warmer welcome is given to authoritative surveys. The annual report on the progress of applied chemistry during 1930 is invested with added value in respect of its early publication, for it has been made available six weeks earlier than the corresponding date of publication last year.

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