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Nature volume 135, pages 207208 (09 February 1935) | Download Citation



ONE of the pioneer laboratories to study the application of high pressures in chemistry and chemical industry has been the Chemical Research Laboratory at Teddington directed by Prof. G. T. Morgan; there the author gained his experience and carried out pioneer work. A pleasing feature of the work at Teddington has been the facility afforded to members of industrial firms to gain experience in the design and construction of high-pressure plant. Their needs have given the author a clue as to those aspects of his subject in which information is of the greatest practical value.

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