Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry for 1930


THE Annual Reports for 1930, issued by the Chemical Society, comprise reviews in the following fields: general and physical chemistry (C. N. Hinshelwood); inorganic chemistry (H. Bassett); organic chemistry (aliphatic, E. H. Farmer; homocyclic, G. M. Bennett and A. W. Chapman; heterocyclic, S. G. P. Plant); analytical chemistry (J. J. Fox and B. A. Ellis); biochemistry (A. C. Chibnall and J. Pryde); geochemistry (A. F. Hallimond); radioactivity and subatomic phenomena (A. S. Russell); and the electrical conductivity of solutions (Sir Harold Hartley, O. Gatty, W. A. Macfarlane, and D. M. Murray-Rust).

Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry for 1930.

Issued by the Chemical Society. Vol. 27. Pp. 389. (London: The Chemical Society, 1931.) 10s. 6d. net.

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E., A. Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry for 1930 . Nature 127, 849 (1931).

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