Practical Organic Chemistry
by Julius Berend Cohen
Publisher: Macmillan 1920
Number of pages: 384
The book does not aim at being a complete laboratory guide, but is intended to provide a systematic course of practical instruction, illustrating a great variety of reactions and processes with a very moderate outlay in materials and apparatus.
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