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Originally published in 1927, this textbook is a self-contained and systematic introduction to the principles of chemistry and was designed to complement the study of undergraduate students and to act as an adjunct to university lectures and laboratory teaching. The book covers a diversity of subjects, ranging from 'The halogens and their derivatives' to 'Nitrogen and its compounds' to 'Molecular and atomic weight determinations' and notably, the more advanced subjects of hydrogen-ion concentration and the chemistry of colloids have been included for reference too. No previous knowledge is assumed and the only pre-requisite is some elementary knowledge on laboratory terminology. Diagrams are also included to support the text. This book offers a valuable overview of chemistry and will be of interest to students looking for an introduction on the subject as well as to researchers and scholars interested in the history of education.
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- Date Published: December 2015
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781107586369
- length: 348 pages
- dimensions: 200 x 121 x 20 mm
- weight: 0.45kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
2. Water, hydrogen, oxygen, ozone, hydrogen peroxide
3. The halogens and their derivatives
4. Carbon and its simpler compounds
5. Nitrogen and its compounds
6. Sulphur and its compounds
7. Phosphorus and its compounds
8. Arsenic and its compounds
9. Boron, silicon and colloids
10. Further properties of solutions. The ionic theory
11. Metals and their compounds
12. Molecular and atomic weight determinations
Table of atomic weights
Index of authors
Index of subjects.
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