Science: At Swampscott

The American Chemical Society met. last week, at Swampscott, Mass., for their 76th convention. Members discussed:

Chemistry's Value. Samuel Wilson Parr, 71, preceptor of the group of brilliant chemists and physicists at the University of Illinois, and president of the chemistry society, opened the meeting with the survey usual at such affairs: "Output of chemical products in this country have advanced in 50 years from an insignificant sum to more than $2,000,000,000 annually at present. . . . This is a chemical age, and we live, move and have our physical being as a...

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