London: Bailliere, Tindall and Cox, 1920.
Hardcover. Very Good. xvii, 371 pp, with illustrations, indices. Light shelf wear and soiling to boards including bumped corners; else clean and sound. No dust jacket. Author's preface: "The main aims of this book on Industrial Gases are to give a general account of the manufacture and technical manipulation of gases, to describe briefly the development and general principles of industrial gas technology and to present a collection of data likely to be useful in connection with such technology." Part of the publisher's series on Industrial Chemistry.