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Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry for 1936



THE annual reports on the progress of chemistry, published by the Chemical Society, have for long tended to become collections of monographs on selected phases of the process whereby the science is advancing along the parallel paths of experiment and theory. In this way both professional chemists and other readers interested in the progress of the natural sciences can best be presented with an outline sketch of What is in reality a rapidly expanding and frequently changing picture.

Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry for 1936

Vol. 33. Pp. 512. (London: Chemical Society, 1937.) 10s. 6d.

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