by W.H. Perkin, F.S. Kipping
Publisher: Chambers 1904
Number of pages: 664
One of the principal objects throughout has been to treat the subject from a practical point of view (as far as this could be done in a text-book on theoretical chemistry), because, unless a thorough course of practical work accompanies the theoretical, no really satisfactory progress can be made.
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