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Contributions in chemistry

Author: Theodore R Ball; Lawrence Edward Stout; John H Gardner; H Lee Ward; Edgar H Bohle
Publisher: St. Louis, 1932.
Series: Washington University Studies. New Series. Science and Technology, no. 6
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore R Ball; Lawrence Edward Stout; John H Gardner; H Lee Ward; Edgar H Bohle
OCLC Number: 730455393
Description: 94 p.
Contents: The electrodesposition of alloys / by Lawrence E. Stout The chemistry of some drugs derived from anthracene / by John H. Gardner The present status of the theories of solution with special reference to the problem of the solubility of non-electrolytes / by H. Lee Ward The induced reaction between chromic and hydriodic acids / by Theodore R. Ball and Edgar H. Bohle.
Series Title: Washington University Studies. New Series. Science and Technology, no. 6
Responsibility: edited by Theodore R. Ball.

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