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301 x 233 mm. 4to. Pages 576-631. [Entire volume: (141)-647, [1 blank], 11, [1 blank] pp. Numerous tables, 2 engraved plates. Original printed wrappers; top cover and preliminaries LACKING, stitching sprung, extremities chipped. AS IS. Thomas Graham studied the subject of spontaneous gas movement throughout his career. Almost all his research is on gaseous diffusion and water of hydration. Thomas Graham received the M.S. in chemistry from the University of Glasgow in 1826. After various research and teaching positions, he succeeded Alexander Ure as professor of chemistry at Anderson's College in 1830. In 1837 Graham succeeded Edward Turner as professor of chemistry at University College, London (later the University of London). When John Dalton died in 1844, "Graham was left as the acknowledged dean of English chemists." - DSB, V, p. 492.
Title: On the motion of gases. In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. For the year MDCCCXLVI, Vol. 136, Part IV.
Publisher: London:, Taylor and Francis, 1846.: 1846
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Seller ID: S4182