A Guide to Elementary Chemistry for Beginners
by Le Roy C. Cooley
Publisher: Ivison, Blakeman, and Company 1886
Number of pages: 322
I have tried to make a judicious selection of the most fundamental facts and principles of chemistry, and to present these in such a way that the student must constantly use his senses to discover facts, his reason in drawing correct inferences from the data he collects, and good English in expressing accurately what he sees and thinks.
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