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CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY. 73
With Numerous Tables, and 22 Illustrations.  16s.
DAIRY CHEMISTRY
FOR  DAIRY MANAGERS, CHEMISTS, AND ANALYSTS
A Practical Handbook for Dairy Chemists and others
having Control of Dairies.
By  H. DROOP  RICHMOND,  F.C.S.,
CHEMIST TO THE AYLESBURY DAIRY COMPANY.
Contents.—I. Introductory.—The Constituents of Milk. II. The Analysis of
Milk. HI. Normal Milk : its Adulterations and Alterations, and their Detection.
IV. The Chemical Control of the Dairy. V, Biological and Sanitary Matters
VI. Butter. VII. Other Milk Products. VIII. The Milk of Mammals other
than the Cow.—Appendices.—Tables.—Index.
“. . . In our opinion the book is the best contribution on the subject that
has yet appeared in the English language.”—Lancet.
“The author has succeeded in putting before the reader a complete book on Dairy
Chemistry. It forms a complete resume of theoretical and practical knowledge,
written in easy, intelligible language.”—The Analyst.
In Large 8vo.  Handsome Cloth.  With numerous Illustrations.
Vol. I.  Complete in Itself.  Price 15s.
[Part I, Vol.II, at Press.
TECHNICAL MYCOLOGY:
THE UTILISATION OF MICRO-ORGANISMS IN THE
ARTS AND MANUFACTURES.
A Practical Handbook on Fermentation and Fermentative Processes for the Use of
Brewers and Distillers, Analysts, Technical and Agricultural Chemists,
and all interested in the Industries dependent on Fermentation.
BY DR. FRANZ LAFAR,
Professor of Fermentation-Physiology and Bacteriology in the Technical
High School, Vienna.
With an Introduction by Dr. EMIL CHR. HANSEN, Principal of the
Carlsberg Laboratory, Copenhagen.
Translated by CHARLES T. C. SALTER.
“The first work of the kind which can lay claim to completeness in the treatment of
» fascinating subject. The plan is admirable, the classification pimple, the style is good,
and the tendency of the whole volume is to convey sure information to the reader.”—
Lancet.
” We cannot sufficiently praise Dr. Lafar’s work nor that of his admirable translator.
No brewer with a love for his calling can allow such a book to be absent from his library.”
Brewer’s Journal, New York.
*** The publishers trust that before long they will be able to present English readers
with the whole of the second volume, arrangements having been concluded whereby, upon
its appearance in Germany, the English translation will be at once put in hand. This is now
being done with Part I., which will be issued shortly, and which will be followed by the
two final parts.
LONDON: CHARLES GRIFFIN & CO., LIMITED, EXETER STREET, STRAND.