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[Chemistry]Recreational Drugs-Organic Chemistry

[Chemistry]Recreational Drugs-Organic Chemistry

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ADDITIONAL

INFORMATION

SOURCES

These books are very useful when researching or working in any laboratory. They are expensive
to purchase, but the information that they contain makes them priceless. Most all of these books
can be found at any university library.

PERRY'S CHEMICAL ENGINEER'S HANDBOOK by Perry and Green

THEO.P.D. CHEMICAL BUYERS DIRECTORY

CHEMICAL SOURCES U.S.A.

Any chemical techniques handbook

THE C.R.C. HANDBOOK OF CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS

THE C.R.C. HANDBOOK OF LABORATORY SAFETY

LANGE'S HANDBOOK OF CHEMISTR Y

HOW TO FIND CHEMICAL INFORMATION by Maizel

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHEMISTRY by Van Nostrad Reinhold

THE MERCK INDEX

ELSEVIER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
THE CHEMIST'S COMPANION by Gordon and Ford

Any chemical dictionary

Any nurses guide to drug effects and contradictions (Read this before beginning any

operations, so that you know the dangers of the drugs that you are planning to produce.)

138 RECREATIONAL DRUGS

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