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Chemistry

Nature volume 140, page 634 (09 October 1937) | Download Citation

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THE keynote of this book is the correlation of reactions and phenomena encountered in qualitative analysis with the student's training in the theoretical principles of inorganic and physical chemistry. All teachers recognize that qualitative analysis should form a part of the student's training, and too frequently it remains almost a separate compartment of the student's knowledge with little or no correlation with the rest of his chemical knowledge.

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