The Analytical Chemist's Assistant: A Manual of Chemical Analysis, Both Qualitative and Quantitative of Natural and Artificial Inorganic Compounds, to which are Appended the Rules for Detecting Arsenic in a Case of Poisoning
H. C. Baird, 1852 - 314 pages
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