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8vo. viii, , 238 pp. Index. Original printed wrappers; spine head and foot missing small pieces, exterior spine cracked, covers sightly soiled. Front cover rubber stamp. Very good. Jahn was a German physical chemist who's "most important publications concerned the decomposition of simple organic compounds by means of zinc dust." He also studied electrochemistry and provided "the validation for the electrochemical of the so-called Gibbs-Helmholtz equation" (DSB, Vol. VII, 65).
Title: Die Grundsatze der Thermochemie und ihre Bedeutung fur die Theoretische Chemie.
Publisher: Vienna:, Alfred Holder, 1882.: 1882
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: S11150