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The Lyophilic Colloids (Their Theory and Practice).

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By FISCHER MARTIN H.. , Professor of Physiology in the University of Cincinnati, and HOOKER MARIAN O.. , Research Associate in Physiology in the University of Cincinnati. Ed. I. iiii + 246 pages; 16 x 25 cm. Charles C. Thomas; , Springfield, Ill.: 1933. Price, $4.50.


Ann Intern Med. 1934;7(9):1151-1152. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-7-9-1151
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The increasing importance of colloid chemistry in the field of experimental physiology bespeaks the timely nature of a treatise of this kind from the pen of the first author and his associate. This book summarizes the investigations of the authors in colloid chemistry which have extended over a period of fifteen years.

The book is divided into three parts. Part one deals with the "General Nature of the Lyophilic Colloid"; part two, points out the "Chemical Applications" and part three considers the "Biological Applications."

The subject matter of part one consists of a description of the physical and chemical properties

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