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The earlier editions of this textbook, appearing in 1930 and 1936, served as commentaries on the inorganic compounds which were to be found as official drugs in the tenth and eleventh editions of the United States Pharmacopeia and in the fifth and sixth editions of the National Formulary. The present volume has been revised to include all the inorganic salts of organic acids, as well as the inorganic substances recognized by the U. S. P. XII and the N. F. VII. As in earlier editions, the elements are considered in an order which makes the volume suitable as a textbook on inorganic chemistry. The history and occurrence, physical and chemical properties, qualitative tests, method of preparation and, in addition, pharmacologic action and general uses of the substances are included. This edition is well printed, and excellent use is made of chemical equations in the presentation of chemical properties. It might
A Textbook of Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry. JAMA. 1944;126(3):201. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850380063037
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