K. Kanagarayer

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to buy it. An efficient and trustworthy substitute for quinine which could be produced cheaply in any well-equipped chemical factory would be of enormous benefit to mankind. Already several preparations have been put on the market as substitutes for the cinchona alkaloids, but they have proved useless. Chemists have tried for years to make a synthetic(More)
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