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tive matter has been inserted relative to substances of medical interest. The volume consists of three parts: The first deals with inorganic chemistry, both qualitative and quantitative analysis; the second deals with the chemistry of the carbon compounds; the third with physiologic and clinical chemistry. An appendix contains tables of poisons and antidotes, weights and measures, percentage solutions, acid radicals, solubilities and reagents. The blank interleaving helps make the book what itdoi:10.1056/nejm191112141652411 fatcat:ky44houvrnhrrctjdeqrpbokvq