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(1) A Higher School Certificate Inorganic Chemistry (2) Inorganic Chemistry for Schools and Colleges (3) A Modern School Chemistry (4) Elementary Inorganic Chemistry

Nature volume 142, pages 733734 (22 October 1938) | Download Citation



THE teaching of science to-day forms an important part of the curriculum of our public and secondary schools. The standard of teaching in chemistry was probably never higher than it is now, and the number of pupils passing through the advanced courses in science is greater than ever. There is, therefore, a need for really sound elementary and intermediate text-books of chemistry, like the four now under review.

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