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IT requires confidence and wide knowledge to give a stimulating account in a small space of the work of the chemist through the ages, to discuss something of the future of the science and to suggest how a more detailed knowledge of it may be obtained. Dr. French has tackled his difficult task boldly.

The Drama of Chemistry:

How Man deals with Atoms. By Prof. Sidney J. French. (The University Series: Highlights of Modern Knowledge.) Pp. vii + 170. (New York: The University Society ; London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1937.), 4s. 6d. net.

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