Physical Chemistry for Colleges

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    WRITTEN, for the main part, in terms of the classical thermodynanaic and statistical theory, the fourth edition of this book, nevertheless, gives adequately the facts of recent discoveries. Chapters involving numerical work are pleasingly free from ambiguity, so that the student should find little difficulty in working through the excellent assortment of problems appended to these chapters, although these exercises would probably be more helpful if the answers were provided.

    Physical Chemistry for Colleges:

    a Course of Instruction based upon the Fundamental Laws of Chemistry. By Prof. E. B. Millard. (International Chemical Series.) Fourth edition. Pp. ix + 524. (New York and London: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1936.) 21s.

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