Practical Chemistry for Engineering Students
by Arthur James Hale
Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co. 1912
Number of pages: 220
The treatment of the subject in the lecture-room is necessarily more theoretical and descriptive, and the present work, which is essentially for laboratory use, should, under proper guidance from the teacher, be found to be a valuable adjunct to the systematic courses of lectures and tutorial classes which the student is expected to attend during his first and second years.
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