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Publication Date: 1990
Publisher: Thomson Learning
Slowinski, Emil J., Masterton, William L.
This inexpensive qualitative analysis supplement offers maximum flexibility and can accompany general chemistry texts. Works well with any general chemistry text, where the instructor wants more qualitative analysis in conjunction with regular class work.Slowinski, Emil J. is the author of 'Qualitative Analysis and the Properties of Ions in Aqueous Solution', published 1990 under ISBN 9780030312342 and ISBN 0030312345.
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