Practical chemistry; or, A description of the processes by which the various articles of chemical research, in the animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms, are procured: together with the best mode of analysis: Illustrated by eight copper-plates. Translated from the French of P.M. Orfila ... By John Redman Coxe ... To which is added, a variety of subjects of practical utility; and a copious glossary of chemical terms, and synonimes [!]
|Main Author:||Orfila, Matthieu Joseph Bonaventure, 1787-1853.|
|Other Authors:||Coxe, John Redman, 1773-1864.|
|Language(s):||English ; French|
Philadelphia: Published by Thomas Dobson and son, at the Stone house, no. 41, South Second street. 1818.
xv, , 355, lxxxvi p.
8 pl., tables
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