Chemical Lecture Experiments

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George Samuel Newth - Scientific Work
... was the author of a number of popular books in chemistry, most notably Chemical Lecture Experiments and Inorganic Chemistry ... He was elected a fellow of the Chemical Society in 1894 ... Chemical Lecture Experiments (one of 5 books by Newth published by Longman, Green Company of London, England) first appeared in 1892 and is a fascinating collection of chemistry ...

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