An Introduction to the Practice of Organic Chemistry in the Laboratory

Hard Cover, New York, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1940. Very Good with no dust jacket.

An exceptionally nice copy of this chemistry text, in a green cloth binding; interior is clean and slightly tanned; exterior clean; binding shows only very minor wear. Divided into four parts: 1) Discussions, with numerous illustrative preparations, of the more important fundamental classes of organic reactions. 2) A discussion of certain important mechanical operations necessary for the utilization of these reactions. 3) A group of fifty experiments serving to illustrate the material in 1 and 2. 4) General laboratory instructions for the students in the elementary courses in organic chemistry at the University of Wisconsin. 8.25" tall; 294 pages.

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