Lange's handbook of chemistry

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McGraw-Hill, 1992 - Science - 1466 pages
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A major revision of the handbook that chemists rely on for fast, accurate information in every area of chemistry. Table of Contents: Organic Chemistry; General Information, Conversion Tables And Mathematics; Inorganic Chemistry; Properties of Atoms; Radicals and Bonds; Physical Properties; Thermodynamic Properties; Spectroscopy; Electrolytes; Electromotive Force and Chemical Equilibrium; Physiochemical Relationships; Polymers; Rubbers; Fats, Oils and Waxes; Practical Laboratory Information.

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