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Painting on Glass and Porcelain and Enamel Painting. A complete introduction to the preparation of all the colours and fluxes used for painting on glass, porcelain, enamel, faience and stoneware, the colour pastes and coloured glasses, together with a minute description of the firing of colours and enamels. Translated by Charles Salter.

By: HERMANN, Felix.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: London:, Scott, Greenwood & Co., 1897.: 1897

Seller ID: J3467

Second, greatly enlarged edition. 8vo. vii, 300, 32 (ads.) pp. 18 text figs., Dark green cloth, gilt-stamped cover and spine titles; joints lightly rubbed. Embossed stamp of Library Company of Philadelphia on title-page. Very good. Rare. View more info

Zur Frage der chemischen und physikalischen Natur des Porzellans: Inaugural-Dissertation . . .

By: ZOELLNER, Adalbert (b. 1887).

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Berlin., Charlottenburg: Verlag freistudentischer Schriften, 1908.: 1908

Seller ID: S9820

8vo. 71 pp. 7 plates. Self-wraps. Very good. Refereed by Dr. Walther Hermann Nernst (1864-1941) and Dr. S. Gabriel. Walther Hermann Nernst was German physicist and chemist mainly known for the Nernst Equation and the Third Law of Thermodynamics. He also developed methods for measuring dielectric constants and was the first to show that solvents of high dielectric constants promote the ionization of substances. Nernst proposed the theory of solubility product, generalized the distribution law, and offered a theory of heterogeneous reactions. Walter Hermann Nernst received the Nobel Prize in C... View more info