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October 22, 1927

Principles of Physical Chemistry for Medical Students.

JAMA. 1927;89(17):1449. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690170073045

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Abstract

This book is a short treatise on a few selected topics in physical chemistry. The topics discussed by no means cover the field of physical chemistry, and at least one that should be treated in every work of this kind has been omitted. For instance, radioactivity and atomic structure find no place in the book. The discussions themselves are limited; thus, Van der Waal's equation is not mentioned in the discussion of gases. In several places the author has in an interesting manner adapted physical chemical principles to physiology and physiologic chemistry.

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