Elsevier's Dictionary of Chemistry: Including Terms from Biochemistry in English, French, Spanish, Italian, and German

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Angelo Francis Dorian
Elsevier, 1983 - Reference - 685 pages
This dictionary covers the basic body of knowledge which constitutes chemistry and from which all scientific work in this field must proceed. Also included is a large number of terms specifically relating to biochemistry, thus providing a link between organic chemistry, physiology, genetics and medicine and greatly increasing the usefulness and range of this reference volume for research workers, scientists, students, translators and technical editors.

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