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The principles of chemistry, illustrated by simple experiments

By: Stöckhardt, Julius Adolph, 1809-1886; Peirce, C. H. (Charles Henry), 1814-1855
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A popular chemistry

By: Steele, Joel Dorman, 1836-1886
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A laboratory outline of general chemistry

By: Smith, Alexander, 1865-1922; Hale, William J. (William Jay), B. 1876
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The Ontario high school laboratory manual in chemistry

By: Cornish, George A. (George Augustus), 1872-1960; Smith, Arthur, Educator
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The Ontario High School Chemistry

By: Cornish, George A. (George Augustus), 1872-1960; Smith, Arthur, Educator
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The new requirements in chemistry, for junior matriculation and for the departmental examinations of the province of Ontario

By: Miller, W. Lash (William Lash), 1866-1940

...c N65Z7>ie THE NEW REQUIREMENTS IN CHEMISTRY FOR JUNIOR MATRICULATION W. LASH MILLER MILLER, WILLIAM LASH THE ... ... MATRICULATION W. LASH MILLER MILLER, WILLIAM LASH THE NEW REQUIREMENTS IN CHEMISTRY OLD CLASS C M6527ne c.l PASC Vntwrattg FOR JUNIOR MATRICULATIO... ...MBER OF THE WASHINGTON ACADEMY OF SCIENCES ASSOCIATE-PROFESSOR OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ISSUED BY AUTHORITY OF THE UNIVERSIT... ...ment of the Province of Ontario ' ' the work formerly prescribed under ' ' Chemistry of the Lower School ' ' has been changed by the omission of ' ' T... ...l formulae and equations, with easy numerical examples" ; while to the ' ' Chemistry of the Upper School ' ' there has been added ' ' Chemical and phy... ... It is hoped that this little book may prove of service to the Teachers of Chemistry throughout the Province by supplying them with concrete examples ... ... : LAW OF THE CONSERVATION OF MASS One of the most marked peculiarities of Chemistry as a science is its use of plain language, and the almost total a... ...se are all the foreign words to be found in the index to the " High School Chemistry " what a contrast to the cor- responding volumes on Botany and Zo... ...w term derived from the Latin or Greek has next to no chance of success in Chemistry, it is almost certain to be ousted by some common word or phrase ...

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The new chemistry

By: Cooke, Josiah Parsons, 1827-1894; Making of America Project

...0. V. THE STUDY OF SOCIOLOGY. By HERBERT SPENCER. Price, $1.50. VI. THENEW CHEMISTRY. By Prof. JOSIAH P. COOKE, Jr., ofHarvard University, i vol., 120... ...NISM. By Prof. OSCAR SCHMIDT, Strasburg University. Price, $1.50. XIV. THE CHEMISTRY OF LIGHT AND PHOTOGRAPHY. IN ITS APPLICATION TO ART, SCIENCE, AND... ...3 Illustrations. (In press.) THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES. THE NEW CHEMISTRY BY JOSIAH P. COOKE, JR., ERVING PROFESSOR OP CHEMISTRY AND MINERA... ...he law of Avogadro. Since many of the audience had studied the elements of chemistry, as they were formerly taught under the dualistic system, it was ... ...alsomade an object to point out the chief characteristics by which the new chemistry differed from the old. The limitations of a course of popular lec... ...5 XIII. ISOMERISM, AND THE SYNTHESIS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS . 296 THE NEW CHEMISTRY. LECTURE I. 'MOLECULES AND AVOGADRo's LAW. . IN every physical sc... ...ges, and are often revolutionized. Through such a revolution the theory of chemistry has recently passed, and the system which is now uni- versally ac... ...elt that there were many who, having studied what we must now call the old chemistry, would be glad to bridge over the gulf which separates it from th... ... to group to' gether and explain the old facts. STARTING-POINT OF THE NEW CHEMISTRY. 13 Those who studied the science of chemistry twenty years ago, ...

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The new chemistry

By: Cooke, Josiah Parsons, 1827-1894
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The new chemistry

By: Cooke, Josiah Parsons, 1827-1894
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The new chemistry

By: Cooke, Josiah Parsons, 1827-1894

...IBILITY in MENTAL DISEASE. By HENRY MAUDSLEY, M.D. Fifth Edition. IX. TheNEW CHEMISTRY. By Professor J. P. COOKE, of the Harvard University. With 31 I... ...Rev. M. J. BERKELEY, M.A., F.L.S. With Illustrations. Fifth Edition. XV. The CHEMISTRY of LIGHT and PHOTOGRAPHY. By Dr. HERMANN VOGEL. With 100 Illust... .... THE NEW CHEMISTS Y. BY JOSIAH PARSONS COOKE, LL.D. BRVIXG I'ROFESSOn OF CHEMISTRY AXD MINKRALOGY IX HARVARD UMVEKSITT. V \) ELEVENTH EDITION LOND... ... XV. THERMO-CHEUISTRY . . 355 PREFACE TO REVISED EDITION. THE progress in chemistry during the ten years which have elapsed since this work was fir... ...he dualistic system of Berzelius to the unitary system of structural organic chemistry had involved. Never- theless, there has been a constant advance... ...ary atoms has become clear, and in making these last, alone, the elements of chemistry we have pushed our science, if not to its extreme limits, still... ... the widest possible scope. But unquestionably the most important advance in chemistry during the last decade has resulted from the study of the therm... ...This study has developed an entirely new branch of our science called thermo-chemistry ; and we now confidently look for- ward to a time in the near f... ...n the near future when we shall be able to predict the order of phenomena in chemistry as fully as we now can in astronomy. So important and fundament...

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The new chemistry

By: Cooke, Josiah Parsons, 1827-1894; Making of America Project

...e, $1.50. By HERBERT SPENCER. Price, THE STUDY OF SOCIOLOGY. $1.50. THENEW CHEMISTRY. By Prof. JOSIAH P. COOKE, Jr., ofHarvard University, i vol., izm... ...DARWINISM. By Prof. OSCAR SCHMIDT, Strasburg University. Price, $1.50. THE CHEMISTRY OF LIGHT AND PHOTOGRAPHY. IN ITS APPLICATION TO ART, SCIENCE, AND... ...3 Illustrations. (In press.) THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES. THE NEW CHEMISTRY BY JOSIAH P. COOKE, JK., BUYING PROFESSOR OP CHEMISTRY AND MINERA... ...he law of Avogadro. Since many of the audience had studied the elements of chemistry, as they were formerly taught under the dualistic system, it was ... ...alsomade an object to point out the chief characteristics by which the new chemistry differed from the old. The limitations of a course of popular lec... ...5 XIII. ISOMERISM, AND THE SYNTHESIS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS . 296 THE NEW CHEMISTRY. LECTUKE I. MOLECULES AND AVOGADRo s LAW. IN every physical scien... ...ges, and are often revolutionized. Through such a revolution the theory of chemistry has recently passed, and the system which is now uni versally acc... ...elt that there were many who, having studied what we must now call the old chemistry, would be glad to bridge over the gulf which separates it from th... ...k to group to gether and explain the old facts. STARTING-POINT OF THE NEW CHEMISTRY. 13 Those who studied the science of chemistry twenty years ago, ...

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The new chemistry

By: Cooke, Josiah Parsons, 1827-1894

...L. D. $1.50. V. THE STUDY OF SOCIOLOGY. By HERBERT SPENCER. $1.50. VI. THE NEW CHEMISTRY. By Prof. JOSIAH P. COOKE, Jr., of Harvard^ University. $2.00... ...ND DARWINISM. By Prof. OSCAR SCHMIDT, of Strasburg University. $1.50. XIV. THE CHEMISTRY OF LIGHT AND PHOTOGRAPHY. By Dr. HERMANN VOGEL. 100 Illustrat... ...O., 549& 551 Broadway, New York. THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES. THE NEW CHEMISTRY. BY JOSIAH P. COOKE, JR., EBVING PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY AND M... ...on the law of Avogadro. Since many of the audience had studied the elements of chemistry, as they were formerly taught under the dualistic system, it ... ...was alsomade an object to point out the chief characteristics by which the new chemistry differed from the old. The limitations of a course of popular... ...Y 265 XIII. ISOMERISM, AND THE SYNTHESIS OP ORGANIC COMPOUNDS . 296 THE NEW CHEMISTRY. LECTUKE I. MOLECULES AND AVOGADKo's LAW. IN every physical s... ...changes, and are often revolutionized. Through such a revolution the theory of chemistry has recently passed, and the system which is now uni- versall... ...ve felt that there were many who, having studied what we must now call the old chemistry, would be glad to bridge over the gulf which separates it fro... ...seek to group to' gether and explain the old facts. STARTING-POINT OF THE NEW CHEMISTRY. 13 Those who studied the science of chemistry twenty years a...

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The Volatile Oils

By: E. Gildemeister and Fr. Hoffmann
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The Volatile Oils

By: E. Gildemeister and Fr. Hoffmann
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A view of the progress and present state of animal chemistry

By: Berzelius, Jöns Jakob, Friherre, 1779-1848
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The tutorial chemistry

By: Bailey, G. H. (George Herbert); Briggs, William, 1861-1932
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A treatise on chemistry; Volume: 2

By: Roscoe, Henry E. (Henry Enfield), 1833-1915; Colman, Harold Govett, 1866-; Harden, Arthur, 1865-1940; Schorlemmer, Carl, 1834-1892
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A treatise on chemistry; Volume: 1

By: Roscoe, Henry E. (Henry Enfield), 1833-1915; Colman, Harold Govett, 1866-; Harden, Arthur, 1865-1940; Schorlemmer, Carl, 1834-1892
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A treatise on chemistry; Volume: 2

By: Roscoe, Henry E. (Henry Enfield), 1833-1915; Colman, Harold Govett, 1866-; Harden, Arthur, 1865-1940; Schorlemmer, Carl, 1834-1892
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A treatise on chemistry; Volume: 1

By: Roscoe, Henry E. (Henry Enfield), 1833-1915; Colman, Harold Govett, 1866-; Harden, Arthur, 1865-1940; Schorlemmer, Carl, 1834-1892
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