A Handbook of Inorganic Chemistry: Being a New and Greatly Enlarged Edition of the "Outlines of Inorganic Chemistry;" for the Use of Students (Google eBook)

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Walton and Maberly, 1853 - Chemistry, Inorganic - 291 pages
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