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June 30, 1934

Handbuch der Chemotherapie

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Von Dr. Viktor Fischl, auswärtiger wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter der Schering-Kahlbaum A.-G., Berlin, und Prof. Dr. Hans Schlossberger, Mitglied des Reichsgesundheitsamtes, Berlin-Dahlem. Teil 2: Metallderivate. Paper. Price, 55 marks; 89 marks for the 2 volumes. Pp. 359-898. Leipzig: Fischers medizinische Buchhandlung, 1934.

JAMA. 1934;102(26):2225. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750260071033

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Abstract

This volume completes a veritable Baedeker through "Paul Ehrlich Land," a continent opened up to science only a quarter of a century ago and already possessing a bibliography that defies the efforts of any one individual. This result of the fortunate cooperation of the chemist Viktor Fischl and the physician Hans Schlossberger is destined to become, by reason of its thoroughness, the indispensable basis for scientific excursions into this fascinating domain. The present volume deals with the metal derivatives, as the first volume took care of the metal-free organic compounds. As is fit, from a historical standpoint, the treatise on arsenic occupies almost 200 pages, or one fourth of this volume, and it boasts of a bibliography occupying more than thirty-four pages in double column.

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