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Modern Methods in Quantitative Chemical Analysis

Nature volume 131, page 531 (15 April 1933) | Download Citation



IN this book the authors have, as they clearly explain in their preface, deliberately selected from the large number of new methods available in analytical chemistry, in order to provide, in a con veniently limited space, details of one really sound analytical procedure for each of the substances discussed. They state the principles on which they have made their selections: that methods involving the use of the sintered glass crucible are preferable to those necessarily confined to “Gooch”: that the methods should be as little empirical as possible: that they should have a definite bear ing on analytical practice: and that they should not involve the use of inaccessible reagents.

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