Optical Methods of Chemical Analysis
McGraw-Hill Book Company, Incorporated, 1942 - Chemistry, Analytic - 391 pages
Spectrochemical analysis; The spectrophotometer; The colorimeter, turbidimeter, nephelometer, and fluorophotometer; Microscope; Elementary crystallography; Identification of crystals with the polarizing microscope; The refractometer; The polariscope.
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