Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology. Volume 8: Ion Exchange to Metal Plating

JAMA. 1952;150(2):164. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.03680020098026.
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Volume 8 alphabetically covers topics from ion exchange to metal plating. Other subjects covered are iron, iron compounds and iron preparations of medical interest, isotopes, itaconic acid, ketenes, ketones, ketonimine dyes, a discussion on planning laboratory layouts and buildings, lactams, lactic acid, lactones, lamination and laminated products, lamp manufacture, laundering, lead, lead alloys, lead compounds and lead poisoning, leather and tanning, lecithin, lignin, lignite, lime and limestone, linen, linoleum, lipides, a summary of the literature of chemical technology, lithium compounds, low-temperature technique, lubrication and lubricants, luminescent materials, magnesium, magnesium alloys and magnesium compounds, magnetic properties, magnetic separation and magnetic substances, malaria chemotherapy, maleic and fumaric acid, malonic acid and its derivatives, malts and malting, manganese, manganese alloys and manganese compounds, manufactured gas, margarine, mass spectrometry, matches, meat and meat products, melting and freezing temperatures, mercaptans, mercury, mercury compounds and mercury preparations, and metallic coatings and metallography. The high standards that


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