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Elementary Applied Chemistry

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Elementary Applied Chemistry
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Publisher: Ginn and Company
ISBN/ASIN: 1112247610
Number of pages: 152

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The object of the exercises in this book is to create and to foster a real love for and interest in the great science of chemistry, to give the pupil a broader outlook on life, and to cause him to feel that he is a factor in the busy, living world. These experiments and tests have been of personal value to hundreds of earnest students ; possibly they may be of value to you.

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