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The development of modern chemistry
Aaron John Ihde
|Statement||[by] Aaron J. Ihde.|
|LC Classifications||QD11 .I44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 851 p.|
|Number of Pages||851|
|LC Control Number||64015152|
The book was one of the first to describe a modern atomic theory, a theory that lies at the basis of modern chemistry. : It is the first to introduce a table of atomic and molecular weights. : Surprisingly, given the period in which the book was written, of the five properties of atoms that Dalton listed, only two have been. The development of the modern scientific method was slow and arduous, but an early scientific method for chemistry began emerging among early Muslim chemists, beginning with the 9th century Perso-Arab chemist Jābir ibn Hayyān (known as "Geber" in Europe), who is .
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Lavoisier's Traité Élémentaire de Chimie (Elementary Treatise of Chemistry, ) was the first modern chemical textbook, and presented a unified view of new theories of chemistry, contained a clear statement of the Law of Conservation of Mass, and denied the existence of phlogiston. The road to modern chemistry --The development of modern chemistry --The revolution in physics from the end of the 19th century to the early 20th century --Chemistry in the first half of the 20th century --Chemistry in the second half of the 20th century (I) --Chemistry in the second half of the 20th century (II) --Chemistry from the 20th.
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Over the past two centuries chemistry has developed from germinal speculations on the nature of gases and minerals to a highly complex discipline encompassing numerous The development of modern chemistry book of study/5.
This authoritative and comprehensive volume traces the historical development of chemistry from its roots in ancient Greek theory to the revolutionary and explosive discoveries of the 20th century. The author, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and History of Science at the University of Wisconsin, places the role of alchemy as a "precursor" to chemistry and technological : Dover Publications.
From ancient Greek theory to the explosive discoveries of the 20th century, this authoritative history shows how major chemists, their discoveries, and political, economic, and social developments transformed chemistry into a modern science.
illustrations. 14 tables. The Development of Modern Chemistry. Over the past two centuries chemistry has developed from germinal speculations on the nature of gases and minerals to a highly complex discipline encompassing numerous areas of study.
This book also shows how discoveries concerning gases in the midth century were pivotal in creating the foundations of chemistry as a modern sor Ihde delves into many other fascinating aspects of chemistry's development as a science/5(12). Download book The Development of Modern Chemistry Author: Aaron John, Ihde Over the past two centuries chemistry has developed from germinal speculations on the nature of gases and minerals to a highly complex discipline encompassing numerous areas of study.
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The Development of Modern Chemistry. Aaron J. Ihde. Harper and Row, New York, xii + pp. Illus. $Author: Henry M. Leicester. The foundations of chemistry --The period of fundamental theories --The growth of specialization --The century of the electron.
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Section 2 Review. Section 3 Review. Measurements And Calculations. Scientific Method. Section 1 Review. The 16th and 17th centuries saw the beginnings of what we now recognize as modern chemistry.
During this period, great advances were made inmetallurgy, the extraction of metals from ores, and the first systematic quantitative experiments were carried out.
culture of the modern world. This book addresses the bridging of boundaries between chemistry and the other "classical" disciplines of science, physics and biology as well as the connections of chemistry to mathematics and technology.
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Crucibles tells the story of modern chemistry and atomic theory in the form of a series of biographical vignettes with an emphasis on chemistry.
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