The historical background of chemistry.


New York, Wiley [1956] .

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Subjects Chemie.
Chemistry -- History.
Chemistry.
Chimie - Histoire.
Chimie -- Histoire.
Chimie -- Origines.
Geschichte.
Series Dover books on physics series.
Description vii, 260 pages illustrations.
Copyright Date [1956]
©1956
Contents Early practical chemistry -- Scientific ideas of the ancient world -- Greek science -- Hellinistic culture and the rise of alchemy -- Chinese alchemy -- Arabic alchemy -- The transmission of chemistry to the west -- The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries -- The sixteenth century, a period of technical chemistry -- Chemical practice and theory in the first half of the seventeenth century -- The spread of atomistic theories -- Theories of the eighteenth century : phlogiston and affinity -- Laboratory discoveries of the eighteenth century : the chemistry of gases -- Lavosier and the foundation of modern chemistry -- The laws of atomic combination -- Electrochemistry and chemical affinity -- The development of organic chemistry : the radical and unitary theories -- Organic chemistry from the theory of types to the structural theory -- The systematization of inorganic chemistry -- Physical chemistry in the nineteenth century -- The development of chemistry as a profession during the nineteenth century -- Radioactivity and atomic structure -- Biochemistry.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)191161
(OCoLC)ocm00191161
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WorldCat Identities Leicester, Henry Marshall, 1906-
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