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A short history of chemistry.
J. R. Partington
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Though the scope of the book expanded in the course of writing it to acquire a broader and more general scope, my original purpose in writing was to provide a short readable history of chemistry for my eleventh grade chemistry block. It is a long block—as close to four weeks as possible—so I had time to develop a multi-dimensionalFile Size: KB. James Riddick Partington (30 June – 9 October ) was a British chemist and historian of chemistry who published multiple books and articles in scientific magazines. His most famous works were An Advanced Treatise on Physical Chemistry (five volumes) and A History of Chemistry (four volumes), for which he received the Dexter Award and the George Sarton mater: University of Manchester.
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This is a smalest and simplest book to the ones that are now starting to study the history of chemistry. The book covers the history of chemistry since the early chemistry and alchemy and allows you to learn lots of interesting things about the begginings of chemistry.
Read by: One of the rare books about a complete yet short history of chemistry, I think it is the only modern book about the history of chemistry (old books exist but written in the s though I believe they are more original because they are the nearest to those historical and old events), there might be other modern books written but didn't find one/5.
The history of chemistry: a very short introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Reviewer: Dr W. Palmer. The book contains a great deal of information about chemistry in six short chapters and seven additional informative sections. The chapters are: On the nature of stuff, the analysis of stuff, gases and atoms, types and hexagons Cited by: 1.
This little paperback, published in by Dr. Asimov is a highly-readable and interesting introduction to the history of chemistry.
It begins in ancient times with the Cited by: The book contains a great deal of information about chemistry in six short chapters and seven additional informative sections.
The chapters are: On the nature of stuff, the analysis of stuff, gases and atoms, types and hexagons, reactivity and synthesis.
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"From the Hardcover edition/5(K). The Atomic Theory of Matter. Inthe English schoolteacher John Dalton (–) expanded Proust’s development of the law of definite proportions (Section "The Scientific Method") and Lavoisier’s findings on the conservation of mass in chemical reactions to propose that elements consist of indivisible particles that he called atoms (taking the term from.
Modern Chemistry. The 16th and 17th centuries saw the beginnings of what we now recognize as modern chemistry.
During this period, great advances were made in metallurgy, the extraction of metals from ores, and the first systematic quantitative experiments were carriedthe Englishman Robert Boyle (–91) published The Sceptical Chymist, which described the. History Notes Book 11 Boxes, Cases, Etui, Necessaire and everything else that was used to carry essential items for travel, sewing, medicine, writing, and toiletries.
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Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This classic exposition, the most complete English vers /5. The origins of applied chemistry --The beginnings of chemistry --The diffusion of alchemy --Iatrochemistry, or chemistry in the service of medicine --Early studies on combustion and the nature of the atmosphere --Discovery of gases --Lavoisier and the foundation of modern chemistry --Laws of combining proportions and the atomic theory --Davy.
In this Very Short Introduction, William H. Brock traces the unique appeal of this fundamental science throughout history. Covering From man's first exploration of natural materials and their transformations to today's materials science, chemistry has always been the central discipline that underpins both the physical and biological sciences /5.
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It was one of the bestselling popular science books of in the United Kingdom, selling over: Bill Bryson. The history of chemistry represents a time span from ancient history to the present. By BC, civilizations used technologies that would eventually form the basis of the various branches of chemistry.
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OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages illustrations 20 cm: Contents: I. The origins of applied chemistry beginnings of chemistry diffusion of alchemy hemistry, or chemistry in the service of medicine studies on combustion and the nature of the atmosphere ery of gases ier and the foundation of modern.
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One of the best short surveys of the history of chemistry I know of. — Marshall Clagett, University of Wisconsin. This classic exposition, the Cited by: