(I) General and Inorganic Chemistry (2) A College Course of Inorganic Chemistry (3) Intermediate Chemistry, Inorganic and Physical

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THE number of chemistry text-books is becoming greater every year, and because of their number, the final selection of a suitable book is becoming increasingly difficult. During the last few years, the needs of those taking intermediate science examinations and university entrance scholarships have received special attention, and here are three new books catering for their requirements.

(I) General and Inorganic Chemistry

By Dr. P. J. Durrant. Pp. x + 547. (London, New York and Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., Ltd., 1939.) 8s.

(2) A College Course of Inorganic Chemistry

By Prof. J. E. Partington. Pp. x + 658. (London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1939.) 8s. 6d.

(3) Intermediate Chemistry, Inorganic and Physical

By Dr. Frederick Prescott. Pp. viii + 828. (London: University Tutorial Press, Ltd., 1939.) 12s. 6d.

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SUGDEN, J. (I) General and Inorganic Chemistry (2) A College Course of Inorganic Chemistry (3) Intermediate Chemistry, Inorganic and Physical. Nature 145, 51–52 (1940). https://doi.org/10.1038/145051a0

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