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Green Books: Volume 11

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This page highlights the different editions of Volume 11.

The descriptions are a summary taken from the article, Bibliography of Green Books in Print, 1906-1985.

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Volume 11: 1st Edition

A textbook on chiropractic chemistry.1st ed. S.J. Burich. Davenport, IA: the author, 1919. illus.; tables; 430 pp. Volume 11 on spine. 1921 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-9. Index pp. 407-430. Frontpiece: S.J. Burich.

This is a 1919 first edition text of general and physiological chemistry designed for the chiropractic student. Included are sections on inorganic, organic, and physiological chemistry, information on poisons, antidotes, reaction equations, symbols, formulas, atomic weights, and definitions.

Volume 11: 2nd Edition

A textbook on chiropractic chemistry. 2nd ed. S.J. Burich. Davenport, IA: the author, 1920. illus.; tables; 430 pp. Volume 11 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-9. Index pp. 407-430. Frontpiece: S.J. Burich.

This is a 1920 reprint of the 1919 first edition.

Volume 11: 3rd Edition

A textbook on chiropractic chemistry. 3rd ed. S.J. Burich. Davenport, IA: the author, 1920. illus.; tables; 432 pp. Volume 11 on spine. 1921 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-9. Index pp. 409-432. Frontpiece: S.J. Burich.

This is another 1920 reprint of the 1919 first edition.

Chiropractic Chemistry

Chiropractic Chemistry

Different editions/printings: 1919 and 1920.