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An Introduction to Chemical Science

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Author: R.P. Williams
Language: English
Wordcount: 58,070 / 187 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 50.3
LoC Categories: Q, TP
Downloads: 7,159
mnybks.net#: 7518
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Science
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f chemical substances into acids, bases and salts, and the distinctions and analogies between each of these classes, have been brought into especial prominence. The general relationship between the three classes, and the general principles prevailing in the preparation of each, must be fully understood before aught but the merest smattering of chemical science can be known.

Chapters XV.-XXI. should be mastered as a key to the subsequent parts of the book.

The mathematical and theoretical parts of Chemistry it has been thought best to intersperse throughout the book, placing each where it seemed to be especially needed; in this way, it is hoped that the tedium which pupils find in studying consecutively many chapters of theories will be avoided, and that the arrangement will give an occasional change from the discussion of facts and experiments to that of principles. In these chapters additional questions should be given, and the pupil should be particularly encouraged to make new problems of his

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Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****
2008.09.15
shuhaab
*****

this is arequired book for those woh fail to understand chem


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