SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF APPLIED CHEMISTRY

H. W. Wiley
1896 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
923 standpoint, has so far failed to give sufficiently uniform results. one of the chief objections to the process being the difficulty attendant upon the solution of the cuprous oxide. With improvements in the details of manipulation of the process, however, it is quite possible that more satisfactory results could be obtained.
doi:10.1021/ja02096a010 fatcat:vol2nd5uknax7ckzk6iamp37tm