3 edition of Historical studies in the language of chemistry. found in the catalog.
Historical studies in the language of chemistry.
Maurice P. Crosland
|LC Classifications||QD7 .C7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||62053151|
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Crosland (Author)5/5(2). Historical Studies in the Language of Chemistry. Appropriate for undergraduate and graduate-level courses, this volume traces the development of a chemical language.
Five self-contained sections define historical problems, covering language of alchemy, early chemical terminology, systematic nomenclature, chemical symbolism, and language of organic chemistry/5(2).
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Genre/Form: Terminology: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crosland, Maurice P. Historical studies in the language of chemistry. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, Historical studies in the language of chemistry. New York: Dover Publications, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Maurice P Crosland.
Historical Studies in the Language of Chemistry. Maurice P. Crosland. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., xvii + pp. Illus. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Investigation of sulfur-containing components in roasted coffee. Journal of the American Chemical Society.
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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. In the same way, the language of Chemistry in this book is the language of the laboratory. The dwindling fortune in the sciences in developing Countries is because less emphasis is laid on practical aspects when compared to the theoretical aspects.
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Historical studies in the language of chemistry / by Maurice P. Crosland. QD 7 C7 A A new unifying biparametric nomenclature that spans all of chemistry: the science of incorporating daily over 2, new names to a base of over 42 million compounds while still maintaining order / Seymour B.
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Homogeneous mixture. Heterogeneous mixture. All ideas in Chemistry are more practical than theoretical. Even when a chemical idea is presented in a theoretical way, the end result is in the laboratory where ideas are converted to reality.
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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.
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