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This standard textbook has been revised extensively since 1946. It now covers atomic energy and fission, incorporates recent views on atomic structure and relationships of the elements and stresses current technology, e. g., of titanium and antibiotics. This modernization is accomplished without loss of the important "classical" matter. The book should serve not only college freshmen, to whom it is addressed, but also those who wish to bring up-to-date their knowledge of inorganic and general chemistry. Illustrations, printing, and binding are excellent.
Introductory College Chemistry.. JAMA. 1951;147(9):907. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670260109046