2 edition of Forensic chemistry in the criminal courts. found in the catalog.
Forensic chemistry in the criminal courts.
Mitchell, C. Ainsworth
by Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain and Ireland in London
Written in English
Delivered before the Glasgow and West of Scotland Section of the Institute of Chemistry, on 1st October,1937.
|Series||Second Tatlock memorial lecture|
|LC Classifications||RA1057 .M57|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||39005715|
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