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June 19, 1926

Chemistry in Modern Life.

JAMA. 1926;86(25):1933. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670510055039

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Abstract

Professor Arrhenius, director of the Nobel Institute, and recognized throughout the world as one of the great modern leaders in the field of chemistry, prepared this interesting introduction to his science for Swedish readers. The translation is made available as a part of the library of modern sciences. The book covers briefly all of the relations of chemistry to life, to industry and to the home. The historical background is introduced painlessly, and illustrations from life add to the human interest of the work. The book is an excellent presentation volume for the young man or woman interested in this field.

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