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The author covers all well known methods of gas analysis in this volume, as well as the purely micro methods of Krogh, and includes a description of the various methods of determining the gas content of fluids. Most emphasis is placed on the manometric methods of Van Slyke and Neill, to which fifty-five pages are devoted. The usefulness of the methods in biologic and physiologic problems is covered. The work includes all necessary tables to aid calculation. The author writes in a style that is easily read or translated. The format of the book is good and the illustrations are adequate.
Die Mikrogasanalyse und ihre Anwendung. JAMA. 1935;104(16):1449. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760160073038
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