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A dictionary of chemistry : on the basis of Mr. Nicholson's, in which the principles of the science are investigated anew and its applications to the phenomena of nature, medicine, mineralogy, agriculture, and manufactures detailed / by Andrew Ure.

Main Author: Ure, Andrew, 1778-1857.
Related Names: Nicholson, William 1753-1815.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia : Robert Desilver, 1821.
Edition: 1st American ed., with some additions, notes, and corrections /
Subjects: Mineralogy > Dictionaries.
Chemistry > Dictionaries.
Note: With an introductory dissertation, containing instructions for converting the alphabetical arrangement into a systematic order of study.
Based on William Nicholson's A dictionary of practical and theoretical chemistry pub. in 1808. cf. Dict. nat. biog.
Physical Description: 2 v., 14 p. of plates ; 22 cm.
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