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Intermediate Quantitative Analysis

Nature volume 149, page 486 (02 May 1942) | Download Citation



THE small volume under review provides a course of practical exercises in quantitative chemical analysis up to intermediate and Higher School Certificate standard. Since the book is essentially designed to meet the requirements of examining bodies, the emphasis is largely on volumetric analysis, where the use of equivalents and normalities is strongly advocated. There is also a short but adequate section on gravimetric analysis, and many problems and exercises are to be found throughout the text. The book is very moderate in price and can be recommended as a worthy successor to “Elementary Quantitative Analysis” by Briggs and Bausor, which it now replaces in the University Tutorial Press series of text-books.

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