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Research in the field of organic reagents for use in analytic chemistry has shown such an increase recently that the second edition of this monograph has appeared within two years of the first. It consists of a list of organic reagents and describes the methods by which they may be used in the determination of inorganic radicals. The procedures are succinct and in some cases too much curtailed, but the excellent bibliography overcomes this objection. The English edition is a rather literal translation of the German and does not read smoothly in some places, but this does not detract from its accuracy. The few illustrations are of common apparatus and are considered superfluous. Certain of the structural formulas may be questioned by meticulous organic chemists, but most discrepancies are due to inaccuracies in the literature rather than to the author. A few revisions have been made and the translator has
Organic Reagents Used in Quantitative Inorganic Analysis. JAMA. 1941;116(8):797–798. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820080137036
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