Eminent chemists of our time.
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xx, 471 p. illus., ports. 22 cm.
Reprint of the 1929 ed.
Introduction.--Perkin and coal-tar dyes.--Mendeléeff and the periodic law.--Ramsay and the gases of the atmosphere.--Richards and atomic weights.--van't Hoff and physical chemistry.--Arrhenius and the theory of electrolytic dissociation.--Moissan and the electric furnace.--Madame Curie and radium.--Victor Meyer and the rise of organic chemistry.--Remsen and the rise of chemistry in America.--Fischer and the chemistry of foods. --Perkin: his work.--Mendeléeff: his work.--Ramsay: his work.--Richards: his work.--van't Hoff: his work.--Arrhenius: his work.--Moissan: his work. --Madame Curie: her work.--Victor Meyer: his work.--Remsen: his work.--Fischer: his work.
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