Physical Chemistry for Beginners
by Charles Marius Deventer
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons 1903
Number of pages: 200
In the book at hand the author has endeavored to collect the most important results of physical chemistry in such a manner that this important branch of modern chemistry may be accessible to those who have not made an exhaustive study of physics and mathematics. The requirements of students of medicine and pharmacy, as well as of elementary chemistry, have been especially considered in the preparation of this work.
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