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This volume presents the subject in a concise manner, covering practical information of a broad scope and making readily available a commanding and recent survey by a noted chemist. It is based on the fifth German edition; corrections and additions of the sixth edition have been included. The changes in the recent editions not being great, the new advances are allotted space. Discussions of vitamins B1 and E, the cortical steroids and organic compounds containing heavy hydrogen are included. Advanced students will find the text a reliable source of information. It supplies a sound groundwork, along with enough background for the consideration of various theories and topics. The book can be heartily recommended for every chemist's library.
Organic Chemistry. JAMA. 1939;112(22):2357. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800220123042
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