FOR some time past it has not been possible to make any accurate estimate of how the demand for microchemical teaching in the British Isles has been met. Previously, the only guide in this direction was the list, probably not altogether comprehensive, published from time to time in Mikrochemie before the War. As a consequence, discussion of the teaching of microchemistry must of necessity have been based largely on estimates derived solely from personal contacts and hearsay, and any statement about it was justly open to doubt.
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WILSON, C. The Teaching of Analytical Chemistry in Great Britain: With Special Reference to Microchemistry. Nature 156, 588–590 (1945). https://doi.org/10.1038/156588a0
Mikrochemie Vereinigt mit Mikrochimica Acta (1948)