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This volume will be welcomed not only by the investigator in chemistry but also by many others, particularly as a source of information on chemistry. It is a companion to volume 1 and, like it, needs no introduction to the chemist. The scope of the volume is broad, correlating an enormous amount of organic material, including the alicyclic series and natural products, such as glucosides, natural coloring substances, vitamins and hormones.
The Chemistry of the Carbon Compounds. JAMA. 1939;112(25):2629. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800250053034
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