By Harold A. Fales, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry at Columbia University. Cloth. Price, $3.50. Pp. 493, with 49 illustrations. New York: The Century Company, 1925.
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This is quite different from the usual textbook on quantitative analysis. The author has presented minutely the manipulative requirements for each type of determination, together with a clear description of the fundamental theoretical considerations. The text is not elementary, but really requires the guidance of a good teacher to carry the student of quantitative analysis through it successfully. The book, however, will be valuable for the chemist because the theory is clearly exemplified, thus enabling solution of difficulties often encountered without merely resorting to empiricism.
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