by F. P. Treadwell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons 1916
Contents: General principles; Reactions of the metals (cations); Reactions of the acid constituents (anions); Systematic analysis; Reactions of some of the rarer metals; Gravimetric determination of the metals; Volumetric analysis; Gas analysis.
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