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Title
Author
Year
Pages
Comments
Absorption Of Nitrous Gases
H.W. Webb
1923 377 production and use of nitrogen oxides with an industrial emphasis
The Ageless Gergel
Max G. Gergel
1983 219 Further tales of chemistry and travel from raconteur Max Gergel. Well worth reading if you enjoyed Excuse Me Sir, Would You Like to Buy a Kilo of Isopropyl Bromide?. Originally scanned by Dr. Bob.
An Advanced Laboratory Manual of Organic Chemistry
Michael Heidelberger
1923 103 A short manual covering advanced techniques and their application to a number of compounds. Nitration and nitrogenation, halogenation, substitutions, esterification, etherification, de-alkylation and related reactions, reduction, oxidation, formation of heterocycles and dyes, sugars, proteins, and amino acids, preparation and reaction of organometallic compounds are all covered with a few example reactions/preparations each.
Autoclaves and High Pressure Work
Harold Goodwin
1925 145 Autoclaves and chemical work conducted in them.
The Biology of Death
Raymond Pearl
1922 276 a discussion of longevity and impediments to biological immortality
Book of Projects for the Amateur Scientist
C.L. Stong
1960 605 Both simple and ambitious projects and investigations in biology, optics, archaeology, nuclear physics, mathematics, and more. Needs Acrobat Viewer 6 or newer.
The Carbohydrates And Alcohol
Samuel Rideal
1920 235 foods, biomass, and fermentation with special attention to industrial aspects
Catalysis in Organic Chemistry
Paul Sabatier
1922 429 Paul Sabatier shared the 1912 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his work in metal-catalyzed hydrogenations, dehydrogenations, hydrations, and dehydrations of organic compounds. This is an English translation of the second edition of his La Catalyse en Chimie Organique. This volume is especially useful as an annotated bibliography of bench-scale catalytic transformations from early 20th century literature. Original scan from Google Books.
The Catalytic Oxidation of Organic Compounds in the Vapor Phase
L.F. Marek
1932 496 ACS monograph. Theoretical, practical, and industrial aspects of organic oxidations, catalysts, and catalysis. Oxidation of alcohols, saturated aliphatic hydrocarbons, olefins, acetylene, petroleum oils, benzene and derivatives, naphthalene, anthracene, and miscellaneous polynuclear compounds. Surface combustion, knocking in internal combustion engines, hydrogen from methane, and apparatus.
The Chemical Elements and Their Compounds Volume 1
Nevil Vincent Sidgwick
1950
883 Volume 1 of a monumental overview of inorganic chemistry up through the 1940s.
The Chemical Elements and Their Compounds Volume 2
Nevil Vincent Sidgwick
1950
853 Volume 2 of a monumental overview of inorganic chemistry up through the 1940s.
Chemical Reagents Their Purity & Tests
E. Merck
1907
255 Provides many wet chemical tests and descriptions of purity for common reagents
The Chemistry of Essential Oils and Artificial Perfumes Volume I
Ernest J. Parry
1921
556 Volume I contains monographs on essential oils.
The Chemistry of Essential Oils and Artificial Perfumes Volume II
Ernest J. Parry
1922
370 Volume II contains information on the essential oil and its odour, constituents of essential oils, synthetic perfumes, and isolated aromatics, and the analysis of essential oils.
The Chemistry and Manufacture of Hydrogen P. Litherland Teed
1919 159 Hydrogen -- its use, discovery and occurrence in nature. The chemical properties of hydrogen. The manufacture of hydrogen by chemical, chemico-physical, and physical methods.
The Chemistry of Powder and Explosives Tenney L. Davis
1943 490 Historical and modern aspects of explosives and their chemistry. Covers pyrotechnics, black powder, propellants, secondary and primary high explosives.
The Chemistry of the Coal Tar Dyes Irving W. Fay
1911 473 the chemistry of synthetic dyes and intermediates
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 1 JW Mellor 1922 1081 Mellor volume 1: the evolution and methodology of chemistry, various aspects of physical chemistry, and chemistry of hydrogen, oxygen, ozone, and hydrogen peroxide. Scan from Internet Archive.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 2 JW Mellor 1927 900 Mellor volume 2: the halogens, the compounds of the halogens with hydrogen, the oxides and oxyacids of chlorine, bromine, and iodine, and the alkali metals. Provided by S.C. Wack.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 3 JW Mellor 1928 916 Mellor volume 3: copper, silver, gold, calcium, strontium, and barium. Scan by Sauron.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 4 JW Mellor 1929 954 Mellor volume 4: radium and radioactivity, beryllium, magnesium, zinc, cadmium, and mercury. Chapters "The Structure of Matter" and "The Architecture of the Atom" are missing, though primarily of historical interest. Scan by Sauron.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 5 JW Mellor 1929 986 Mellor volume 5: boron, aluminium, gallium, indium, thallium, scandium, the rare earths, and carbon (part I). Scan by Sauron.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 6 JW Mellor 1930 1000 Mellor volume 6: carbon (part II), silicon, and the silicates. Scan by Sauron.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 7 JW Mellor 1927 958 Mellor volume 7: titanium, zirconium, hafnium, thorium, germanium, tin, lead, and the inert gases. Scan by Sauron.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 8 JW Mellor 1931 1118 Mellor volume 8: nitrogen and phosphorus. Provided by S.C. Wack.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 9 JW Mellor 1929 931 Mellor volume 9: arsenic, antimony, bismuth, vanadium, columbium (niobium), and tantalum. Scan by Sauron.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 10 chapter 59 JW Mellor 1930 725 Mellor chapter 57: sulfur. Provided by S.C. Wack.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 10 JW Mellor 1930 966 Mellor volume 10: sulfur and selenium. Sulfur and index scanned by S.C. Wack, selenium scanned by Sauron.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 11 chapter 60 JW Mellor 1931 362 Mellor chapter 60: chromium. Provided by S.C. Wack.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 11 JW Mellor 1931 921 Mellor volume 11: tellurium, chromium, molybdenum, and tungsten. Scan by Digital Library of India.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 12 JW Mellor 1932 927 Mellor volume 12: uranium, manganese, masurium (!), rhenium, and iron (part I). Scan by Sauron.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 13 JW Mellor 1934 958 Mellor volume 13: iron (part II). Scan by Digital Library of India.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 14 JW Mellor 1935 900 Mellor volume 14: iron (part III) and cobalt. Scan by Digital Library of India.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 15 JW Mellor 1936 824 Mellor volume 15: nickel, ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, osmium, and iridium. Scan by Digital Library of India.
A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry: volume 16 JW Mellor 1937 822 Mellor volume 16: platinum and general index, completing the series. Scan by Digital Library of India.
The Dyeing Industry
S.H.Higgins
1919 195 processes and industrial organization of dyeing
Dyes Classified By Intermediates
R. Norris Shreve, Warren N. Wateson & A.R. Willis
1922 629 numerous short outlines of the transformations of dye intermediates into further intermediates and dyes
Electrochemistry of Organic Compounds
Walter Lob
1906 316 Oxidations, reductions, and miscellaneous modifications of organic compounds with electricity in solution and via silent electric discharge.
Ephedrine and Related Substances K. K. Chen and Carl F. Schmidt
1930 131 Covers ephedrine and other alkaloids from Ma Huang with an emphasis on physiological effects and use in medicine.
Excuse Me Sir, Would You Like to Buy a Kilo of Isopropyl Bromide? Max G. Gergel
1977 199 Anecdotal, autobiographical sketch of Max Gergel and his adventures as a young (then older) mad scientist building the business Columbia Organic Chemicals.
Experimental Organic Chemistry James F. Norris
1924 228 An older book of practical organic chemistry with some interesting preparations. It is supplied as OCR text manually corrected by Polverone. The original scans were made by rogue chemist.
Experiments in Organic Chemistry Louis F. Fieser
1941 500 The classic book of practical organic chemistry in its second edition. Provided by S.C. Wack.
Fixation of Atmospheric Nitrogen Frank A. Ernst
1928 159 The production of ammonia, nitric acid, nitrates, and other nitrogen compounds from gaseous nitrogen.
Formaldehyde J. Frederic Walker
1944 406 An ACS monograph on the history, properties, uses, and production of formaldehyde.
Fundamental Processes of Dye Chemistry Hans Eduard Fierz-David and Louis Blangey
1949 506 General techniques and specific reactions used to prepare dye intermediates and dyes themselves. A good reference for many compounds and techniques that straddles industrial and laboratory chemistry. Translated by Paul W. Vittum.
The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments
Robert Brent
1960 114 More than 200 color pictures and clear, easy-to-follow directions show junior chemists how to prepare a laboratory at home, how to make and buy apparatus, and how to set up fascinating, informative experiments. In addition, there are facts about famous chemists, their contributions, and chemistry in nature and industry. Original scanner unknown, copy provided by annaandherdad.
Handbook of Preparative Inorganic Chemistry
edited by Georg Brauer
1963 1906 A treasure chest of inorganic preparations. Contains volumes 1 and 2. Provided by S.C. Wack.
Ignition! An Informal History of Liquid Rocket Propellants
John D. Clark
1972 233 A mixture of chemistry, humor, and history centering around postwar American developments in the field of liquid rocket propellants.
Industrial Fermentations
Paul W. Allen
1926 419 Industrial production of ethanol, leather, retted hemp and flax, legume cultures, textiles, tobacco, silage, organic acids, acetone, glycerin, vinegar, bread yeast, and soy sauce with microbial action. Disinfectants, wood preservation, and sewage disposal. Bread-making, corn products, food preservation, canning, cane and beet sugar, meat products, marine products, tomato products, coffee and cocoa, drinking water, the egg industry, maple sugar and syrup, dairy products. The microbiology of soil.
Industrial Nitrogen Compounds And Explosives
Geoffrey Martin & William Barbour
1915 118 Nitrogen fixation. Nitric acid, nitrates, nitrites, ammonium salts, synthetic ammonia, cyanamides, cyanides, prussiates, nitrous oxide, and explosives. Emphasis on industrial methods.
Inorganic Laboratory Preparations
Gert Schlessinger
1962 302 Some image quality problems. DjVu format; provided by S.C. Wack
A Course in Inorganic Preparations William Henderson and W. Conard Fernelius
1935 202 DjVu format; provided by S.C. Wack
Inorganic Preparations
Harold Walton
1948 188 DjVu format; provided by S.C. Wack
Laboratory Glass-Working for Scientists A.J.B. Robertson, D.J. Fabian, A.J. Crocker, J. Dewing
1957 192 Glassworking techniques for the laboratory. PDF conversion from the DjVu copy formerly available via rhodium.ws.
Laboratory Methods of Organic Chemistry
Ludwig Gattermann
1937 449 Revisions by Heinrich Wieland, English translation by W. McCartney, electronic conversion by S.C. Wack. This is essentially a newer version of the 1909 Gatterman book listed below.
A Manual of the Chemistry of the Carbon Compounds; or, Organic Chemistry C. Schorlemmer
1874 521 Analysis and classification of carbon compounds; cyanogen compounds, carbonyl and sulphocarbonyl compounds, compounds of monad, dyad, triad, tetrad, and hexad radicals, carbohydrates, terpenes and camphors, aromatic hydrocarbons, polynuclear aromatic comounds, glucosides, artificial bases from various sources, natural bases or alkaloids, colouring and bitter principles, compounds contained in bile and other secretions, albuminoids or proteids. Page images provided by Gallica by way of S.C. Wack.
The Manufacture of Chemicals by Electrolysis
Arthur J. Hale 1919 92 A short work covering: electrolytic production of oxygen, hydrogen, and ozone; production of per-salts and hydrogen peroxide; nitric acid, hydroxylamine, hydrosulphites, and fluorine; electrolytic preparation of pigments and insoluble substances; electro-osmotic and electro-colloidal processes; electrolytic reduction of organic compounds; oxidation and substitution of organic compounds.
Nitroglycerine and Nitroglycerine Explosives
Phokion Naoum
1928 253 The chemistry, industry, use, and derivatives of nitroglycerine. Written by the Alfred Nobel Dynamite Company's Director of Scientific Laboratories. Contributed by Hennig Brand.
Organic Reactions Volume 1
Roger Adams, editor-in-chief
1942 396 The Reformatsky reaction, the Arndt-Eistert synthesis, chloromethylation of aromatic compounds, the amination of heterocyclic bases by alkali amide, the Bucherer reaction, the Elbs reaction, the Clemmensen reduction, the Perkin reaction and related reactions, the acetoacetic ester condensation and certain related reactions, the Mannich reaction, the Fries reaction, and the Jacobsen reaction. Provided by S.C. Wack.
Organic Reactions Volume 2
Roger Adams, editor-in-chief.
1944 466 The Claisen rearrangement, the preparation of aliphatic fluorine compounds, the Cannizzaro reaction, the formation of cyclic ketones by intramolecular acylation, reduction with aluminum alkoxides (the Meerwin-Ponndorf-Verley reduction), the preparation of unsymmetrical biaryls by the diazo reaction and the nitrosoacetylamine reaction, replacement of the aromatic primary amino group by hydrogen, periodic acid oxidation, the resolution of alcohols, and the preparation of aromatic arsonic and arsinic acids by the Bart, Bechamp, and Rosenmund reactions. Provided by S.C. Wack.
Organic Reactions Volume 3
Roger Adams, editor-in-chief
1946 466 The alkylation of aromatic compounds by the Friedel-Crafts method, the Willgerodt reaction, preparation of ketenes and ketene dimers, direct sulfonation of aromatic hydrocarbons and their halogen derivatives, azlactones, substitution and addition reactions of thiocyanogen, the Hofmann reaction, the Schmidt reaction, and the Curtius reaction. Provided by S.C. Wack.
Organic Reactions Volume 4
Roger Adams, editor-in-chief
1948 434 The Diels-Alder reaction with maleic anhydride, the Diels-Alder reaction: ethylenic and acetylenic dienophiles, the preparation of amines by reductive alkylation, the acyloins, the synthesis of benzoins, synthesis of benzoquinones by oxidation, the Rosenmund reduction of acid chlorides to aldehydes, and the Wolff-Kishner reduction.
Organic Reactions Volume 5
Roger Adams, editor-in-chief
1949 452 The synthesis of acetylenes, cyanoethylation, the Diels-Alder reaction: quinones and other cyclenones, preparation of aromatic fluorine compounds from diazonium fluoborates (the Schiemann reaction), the Friedel and Crafts reaction with aliphatic dibasic acid anhydrides, the Gattermann-Koch reaction, the Leuckart reaction, selenium dioxide oxidation, the Hoesch synthesis, the Darzens glycidic ester condensation.
The Plant Alkaloids
Thomas Anderson Henry
1949 824 Chemistry, structure, analysis, occurrence, properties of alkaloids from plants.
Poisons: Their Effect And Detection
Alexander Wynter & Meredith Wynter
1906 792 a broad, morbidly fascinating work on poisons, poisoning, and related analytical techniques
The Polariscope In The Chemical Laboratory
George William Rolfe
1905 325 a guide to one of chemistry's older analytical instruments
The Practical Methods of Organic Chemistry
Ludwig Gattermann
1909 372 *
Practical Organic Chemistry
Julius B. Cohen
1910 368 *
Practical Organic Chemistry
Arthur I. Vogel
1956 1212 If you download only one book of practical organic chemistry, make it this one. It is a classic of laboratory chemistry, well-suited to the advanced home experimenter.
Preparation of Organic Intermediates David Shirley
1951 336 DjVu format; provided by S.C. Wack
Preparative Organic Chemistry Edited by G. Hilgetag and A. Martini
1972 1209 Provided by S.C. Wack. In his own words, "This 4th ed. is best described as like March's Advanced Organic Chemistry, though perhaps slighter (or rather, less exotic and current only to 1967) in breadth. But instead of a little information for those thinking about things and making curly arrows and such, it gives a little information that may be useful to those interested in actually doing things. Sort of like a combination of March and Organic Reactions. Like March, the reactions are grouped in a certain way; also, thousands of references are given. 8,181. Apparently, one thing not lacking in East Germany at the time was chemistry journals."
Radicals In Carbon Compounds
Dr. Hans Meyer
1899 138 introduction and determination of various functional groups
The Scientific Method: A Personal Account of Unusual Projects in War and in Peace
Louis F. Fieser
1964 244 A personal history of development of incendiary weapons during WW II, including the infamous Bat Bomb, plus development of cortisone, antimalarial drugs, and educational material for students.
Semimicro and Macro Organic Chemistry
Nicholas D. Cheronis
1942 402 Provided by S.C. Wack.
Research Techniques in Organic Chemistry
Robert Bates and John Schaefer
1971 141 Techniques for reaction, compound isolation, and structure determination. Provided by S.C. Wack.
Simple Chemical Experiments
Alfred Morgan
1941 272 Explains how to equip and use a simple home laboratory for learning, demonstrations, and enjoyment. Provided by annaandherdad.
Some Micro-Chemical Tests for Alkaloids
C.E.Parker
1921 139 wet chemical tests for alkaloids
Some aspects of the chemistry and toxic action of organic compounds containing phosphorus and fluorine
Bernard Charles Saunders 1957 245 "Nerve gases," fluoroacetic acid, related compounds, preparative, biological, and analytical aspects.
Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry
Blanchard, Phelan, and Davis
1936 396 Lab-based inorganic chemistry. Provided by S.C. Wack.
The Synthetic Use of Metals in Organic Chemistry
Arthur J. Hale
1914 177 discusses the use of many metals and their compounds
Systematic Organic Chemistry
William M. Cumming, I. Vance Hopper, and T. Sherlock Wheeler
1937 567 DjVu format; provided by S.C. Wack. Another nice manual of practical organic chemistry.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume I: An Introduction to Modern Inorganic Chemistry and The Inert Gases
H.F.V. Little, W.E.S Turner, H. Vincent A. Briscoe, edited by J. Newton Friend
1917 418 Series introduction and discussion of "inert" (now called noble) gases. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume II: The Alkali-Metals and Their Congeners
A. Jamieson Walker, edited by J. Newton Friend
1924 416 Discusses lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, cesium, and (!) hydrogen, "ammonium," copper, silver, and gold. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of not_important.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume IV: Aluminium and its Congeners, Including the Rare Earth Metals
H.F.V. Little, edited by J. Newton Friend
1917 507 Discusses boron, aluminium, clay and ceramics, ultramarine, gallium, indium, thallium, scandium, cerium, lanthanum, praseodymium, neodymium, samarium, europium, gadolinium, terbium, dysprosium, holmium, yttrium, erbium, thulium, ytterbium, lutecium, celtium, and actinium and its disintegration products.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume VI Part I: Nitrogen
Edmund B.R. Prideaux and Herbert Lambourne, edited by J. Newton Friend
1928 275 Nitrogen and its inorganic compounds. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of gsd.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume VI, Part II: Phosphorus
Edmund B. R. Prideaux, edited by J. Newton Friend
1934 278 Phosphorus and its inorganic compounds. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume VI Part III: Vanadium, Niobium, and Tantalum
Sydney Marks, edited by J. Newton Friend
1929 260 Discusses vanadium, niobium, and tantalum. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of not_important.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume VI Part IV: Arsenic
Reece H. Vallance, edited by J. Newton Friend
1938 385 Inorganic compounds of arsenic. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume VI Part V: Antimony and Bismuth
W.E. Thorneycroft, edited by J. Newton Friend
1936 273 Inorganic compounds of antimony and bismuth. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume VII Part I: Oxygen
J. Newton Friend and Douglass F. Twiss, edited by J. Newton Friend
1924 414 Inorganic compounds of oxygen. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume VII Part II: Sulphur, Selenium, and Tellurium
Reece H. Vallance, Douglas F. Twiss, and Miss Annie R. Russel, edited by J. Newton Friend
1931 444 Inorganic compounds of sulphur, selenium, and tellurium. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume VII Part III: Chromium and its Congeners
Reece H. Vallance and Arthur A. Eldridge, edited by J. Newton Friend
1926 416 Inorganic compounds of chromium, molybdenum, tungsten, and uranium. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of not_important.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume VIII: The Halogens and their Allies
Geoffrey Martin and E.A. Dancaster, edited by J. Newton Friend
1915 368 Inorganic compounds of fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine, and manganese. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of not_important.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume IX Part I: Cobalt, Nickel, and the Elements of the Platinum Group
J. Newton Friend
1920 396 Inorganic compounds of cobalt, nickel, ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, iridium, and platinum. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume IX Part II: Iron and its Compounds
J. Newton Friend
1925 304 Inorganic compounds of iron. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume X: The Metal-Ammines
Miss M.M.J. Sutherland, edited by J. Newton Friend
1928 296 Ammino-derivatives of numerous metals and metalloids. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of not_important.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume XI Part I: Organometallic Compounds
Archibald Edwin Goddard and Dorothy Goddard, edited by J. Newton Friend
1928 438 Metal-containing organic compounds
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume XI Part II: Organometallic Compounds: Derivatives of Arsenic
Archibald Edwin Goddard, edited by J. Newton Friend
1930 650 Organo-compounds of arsenic. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume XI Part III: Organometallic Compounds: Derivatives of Phosphorus, Antimony, and Bismuth
Archibald Edwin Goddard, edited by J. Newton Friend
1936 356 Organo-compounds of phosphorus, antimony, and bismuth. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry Volume XI Part IV: Organometallic Compounds: Derivatives of Selenium, Tellurium, Chromium, and Platinum
Archibald Edwin Goddard, edited by J. Newton Friend
1937 328 Organo-compounds of selenium, tellurium, chromium, and platinum. Courtesy of the Internet Archive by way of Sauron.
TNT TriNitroToluenes And Mono And DiNitroToluenes
G. Carlton Smith
1918 136 nitrated toluenes and some derivatives
Treatise On Applied Analytical Chemistry
Prof. Vittorio Villavecchia
1918 556 Analytical chemistry with an emphasis on commercial products.
The War Gases: Chemistry and Analysis
Mario Sartori
1939 364 Preparation, effects, and analysis of mustard gas, phosgene, and other chemical weapons of World War I and the interwar period. Translated from Italian by L.W. Morrison. Originally scanned by NBK.
What Industry Owes to Chemical Science Richard B.Pilcher & Frank ButlerJones
1915 161 general overview of industrial chemical products and applications