By Rudolf Nietzki
A bout 3 years in the past I wrote a piece of writing for Ladenburg s Handworterbuch der Chemie, containing in a concise shape an exhaustive account of the heritage of the natural Dyestuf Es. this text was once additionally released individually and its stable reception brought about me to provide the current paintings, which i've got dependent so far as attainable upon the sooner one. the item in query was once no longer whole in itself, and within the current example yes sections which got here lower than different headings within the Handworterbuch were extra. New fabric has additionally been provided in the course of the advances made within the coal-tar color and in our medical wisdom of the structure of dyestuffs over the past 3 years. A achieve, a few matters were handled at a better size than was once accepted by way of the a little bit restricted area of the Handworterbuch hence, the subject-matter of the sooner paintings has been submitted to a radical revision, and the systematic class of dyestuffs into traditional chemical teams tried within the unique e-book has been conducted in a extra entire demeanour, due to the advances made in our wisdom in their constitution.
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Chemistry of the organic dyestuffs by Rudolf Nietzki