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Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry



    THE third edition of this book is only 14 pages longer than the first edition, but includes sections on most of the recent developments, such as ortho- and para-hydrogen, heavy hydrogen, neutrons and positrons, atomic transmutation and artificial radio-elements. The current view, that the nucleus is composed of protons and neutrons, is mentioned; but it is not adopted in the figure illustrating the isotopes of neon.

    Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry.

    By Dr. F. Sherwood Taylor. Third edition. Pp. xiv + 832 + 19 plates. (London: William Heinemann, Ltd., 1935.) 12s. 6d. net.

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