Photoelectric methods in clinical biochemistry. by G. E. Delory

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Genre/Form: Laboratory manuals laboratory manuals: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Delory, George Edward. Photoelectric methods in clinical biochemistry. On the dust jacket, this book is described as "A manual of colorimetric methods of analysis specially adapted to the examination of body fluids with photoelectric instruments (absorptionmeters)." From this point of view the book is woefully incomplete.

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