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2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. iv, , 388; 130 pp. Index. Original mustard printed wrappers; disbound, covers off [complete]. As is. The theory of Phlogiston - change of ideas on combustion; Priestley, Scheele and Lavoisier - Chemical Nomenclature, affinity tables, ideas of Berthollet - research by Richter, atomic theory of Dalton, Gay-Lussac volumes Act, equivalent of Wollaston - theory electrochemical H. Davy, discovery of alkali - Berzelius and its chemical system, law of Dulong and Petit, assumption of Proust, determination of densities of steam by Dumas, Gmelin and his school - organic chemistry at the beginning of its development - study of radium - the work of Scheele and work of Chevreul, atomic theory in Dumas, discovered Mr. and Mrs. Curie, work of Mr. Ramsay and Rutherford, experiences of Mr. Lemoine and formula of Mr. Van't Hoff. Albert Ladenburg (1842 in Mannheim - 1911 in Breslau) was a German chemist. He was educated at a Realgymnasium at Mannheim and then. . .at the technical school of Karlsruhe, where he studied mathematics and modern languages. He then proceeded to the University of Heidelberg where he studied Chemistry and Physics with Robert Bunsen. He also studied physics in Berlin. He got his Ph.D. in Heidelberg. He was awarded the prestigious Davy Medal in 1905 "for his researches in organic chemistry, especially in connection with the synthesis of natural alkaloids". â€“ Wikipedia.
Title: Histoire du Developpement de la Chimie depuis Lavoisier jusqu'Ã nos jours. Traduit sur la 4e edition allemande par A. [Albert] Corvisy. Seconde edition francaise augmentee d'un Supplement par A. Colson.
Publisher: Paris:, A. Hermann & fils, 1911.: 1911
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Seller ID: BL3761