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By Harold H. Trimm, William Hunter Jr.

The technological know-how of chemistry is so extensive that it truly is in general damaged into fields or branches of specialization. The manufacture of substances and dyes is without doubt one of the such a lot useful commercial functions of chemistry. This assortment offers the reader with a wide spectrum of chapters on medicines and dyes, thereby demonstrating key advancements during this quickly altering box. It examines dyes in chemical interplay and creation of gear for pharmaceutical use in addition to in forensic paintings and within the construction of fabrics.

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