3 edition of Researches into the laws of chemical affinity found in the catalog.
Researches into the laws of chemical affinity
|Statement||by C.L. Berthollet ; translated from the French by M. Farrell.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16992.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 212 p.|
|Number of Pages||212|
Topic: John Keely's Laws of Harmony Section: Law of Chemical Affinity Table of Contents to this Topic "Atoms whose atomic pitches are in either unison, harmonic or concordant ratios, unite to form molecules. Corollary: When two atoms are indifferent, they may be made to unite by varying the pitch of either, or both. THEORY OF CHEMICAL COMBINATION. THE fundamental questions in chemistry,—those questions the answers to which would convert chemistry into a branch of exact science, and enable us to predict with absolute certainty the result of every reaction—are (1) What is the nature of the forces which retain the.
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Berthollet, Claude-Louis. Researches into the laws of chemical affinity [microform] / by C.L. Berthollet ; translated from the French by M. Farrell Philip H. Nicklin and Co Baltimore [Md.] Australian/Harvard Citation. Berthollet. Researches into the Laws of Chemical Affinity (Thoemmes Press - Thoemmes Library of Science)的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人，还是一件事，都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。.
"Chemical affinity", historically, has referred to the "force" that causes chemical reactions. as well as, more generally, and earlier, the ″tendency to combine″ of any pair of substances.
The broad definition, used generally throughout history, is that chemical affinity is that whereby substances enter into or resist decomposition. Preview this book» What people are Researches Into the Laws of Chemical Affinity, Volume 3 Claude-Louis Berthollet Snippet view - The Development of Chemistry,David M.
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Researches into the Laws of Chemical Affinity. 1st American ed 1. Author(s): Berthollet,Claude-Louis, Title(s): Researches into the laws of chemical from the French by M. Farrell.
With a new introduction to. Full text of "Researches into the laws and phenomena of pestilence: including a medical sketch and review of the plague of London, in ; and remarks on quarantine: with an appendix: containing extracts and observations relative to the plagues of Morocco, Malta, Noya, and Corfu: being the subject of the anniversary oration, delivered before the Medical Society of London, in.
Researches into the laws of chemical affinity by Claude-Louis Berthollet 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Claude Louis Berthollet's Versuch einer chemischen Statik, das ist einer Theorie der chemischen Naturkr©Þfte Accessible book, Dyes and dyeing, Bleaching, Chlorine, Chemical affinity, Early works to It was to this institute that Berthollet read his first papers on the subject of chemical affinity, that is, the forces by which chemical substances are attracted to one another.
These papers formed the bases of his two important works on theoretical chemistry, Researches into the Laws of Chemical Affinity () and Essay on Chemical Statics. The chemical laws cited above describe relationships that are thought to hold good for any chemically relevant substance.
through William Gilbert's researches into the laws of magnetism to the energetics of the present day. ‘element’, ‘elective affinity [valency], ‘acid’, ‘base’, ‘metal’, ‘colloidal state’ and so Cited by: 2. Researches into the laws of chemical affinity / by llet ; translated by l, with a new introduction by f Berthollet, Claude-Louis, [ Book, Microform: ] Languages: English;French, [1 other] View online (access conditions) At 9 libraries.
Researches into the laws of chemical affinity [microform] / by C.L. Berthollet ; translated from the Fre Researches into the laws of chemical affinity [electronic resource] / by C.L. Berthollet ; translated fr Elements of the art of dyeing [microform] / by M. Berthollet ; translated from the French by William Ham.
This modestly priced, highly original scientific memoir about MOLECULES AND THE CHEMICAL BOND and other leading topics of general, organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry presented in new keys by a noted chemist and chemical educator may revolutionize through its simplifications how newcomers to chemical thought and its connoisseurs think about such topics as the Mole /5(5).
Owen's researches of its ornithic affinity saw that it must belong to a type of birds wholly unknown before, and one that in any future for the arrangement of the class must have a special rank reserved for it.2 It behoves us next to mention the " Outlines of a Systematic Review of the Class of Birds," communicated by W.
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Illustrated in a series of autobiographical sketches. Illustrated in a series of autobiographical sketches. General Summary The first attempt to compare and summarize a large number of chemical facts in a concise tabular form was made in the table of affinities by Étienne-François Geoffroy, called Geoffroy the Elder to distinguish him from his brother, who was also a scientist.
It had a considerable effect upon the development of the ideas of affinity and was much used in a. Berthollet expanded the little book into a two-volume study (Berthollet ), and set off a great deal of discussion and major research on definite proportions by John Dalton and Joseph-Louis Proust (Brockpp.
), which led into the world of .The bell was on the book, and I put it on one side to get the book. That little incident had impressed on my mind the fact of the bell being in the library.) The gas was burning brightly in the hall outside the dining-room door so that this could not be opened without letting light into the room, even had there been an accomplice in the house.In addition to being a great experimenter, Faraday had the gift of exposition for a popular audience, as seen in the books which Dover has reprinted, The Forces of Matter (), Experimental Researches in Electricity (), and perhaps his most famous single book for the general reader, The Chemical History of a Candle ().Cited by: 2.