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Cosmical Chemistry

Nature volume 135, pages 305306 (23 February 1935) | Download Citation

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MANY will read with interest and admiration Prof. H. N. Russell's fascinating and masterly address published as a supplement to NATURE of February 9; it is all that an address should be on such an occasion. Having watched the story of ultramundane chemistry unfold from all but its Bunsen and Kirchoff-Stokes beginning, especially during the turbulent Lockyer period, I perhaps can appreciate both its beauty and the greatness of our advance in knowledge more than most, so may be allowed to tender to Prof. Russell the thanks that so many, I am sure, will wish to express.

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