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An introduction to the study of chemical philosophy : being a preparatory view of the forces which concur to the production of chemical phenomena

Author: J Frederic Daniell
Publisher: London : John W. Parker, 1843.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : The 2nd ed., rev. and enlView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Frederic Daniell
OCLC Number: 960057419
Notes: Half-title: Daniell's introd. to chemical philosophy.
"The principal additions [include and introduction to] ... Organic Chemistry ..."--Postscript to the 2nd ed.
Includes index.
At end: Prospectus of the course of lectures and demonstrations on the theory and practice of chemistry, by J.F. Daniell ... and W.A. Miller (anal.).
Description: xvi, 764 pages : illustrations
Other Titles: Daniell's introduction to chemical philosophy
Responsibility: by J. Frederic Daniell ...

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