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Familiar Letters on Chemistry

and its Relation to Commerce, Physiology, and Agriculture

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Author: Justus Liebig
Language: English
Wordcount: 35,753 / 114 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 43.8
LoC Category: Q
Downloads: 753
mnybks.net#: 4389
Genres: Science, Essays
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he new line of investigation and research--the bearing of Chemistry upon Physiology, Medicine, and Agriculture,--which may be said to be only just begun.

My friend, Dr. Ernest Dieffenbach, one of my first pupils, who is well acquainted with all the branches of Chemistry, Physics, Natural History, and Medicine, suggested to me that a collection of these Letters would be acceptable to the English public, which has so favourably received my former works.

I readily acquiesced in the publication of an English edition, and undertook to write a few additional Letters, which should embrace some conclusions I have arrived at, in my recent investigations, in connection with the application of chemical science to the physiology of plants and agriculture.

My esteemed friend, Dr. Gardner, has had the kindness to revise the manuscript and the proof sheets for publication, for which I cannot refrain expressing my best thanks.

It only remains for me to add a hope, that this little offering may ser

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