Vocabulary and Tables of the Old and New Nomenclatures of the Names of All the Subjects of Chemical Science

Vocabulary and Tables of the Old and New Nomenclatures of the Names of All the Subjects of Chemical Science

The Old Nomenclature Being That Which Was Employed by Chemists in General, Before the Discoveries of the Late M. Lavoisier: the New Nomenclature Being That Which Wa Invented by the Joint Labours of Messrs. De Morveau, Lavoisier, Berthollet, and Fourcroy, in 1787

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Publisher: Edinburgh : printed for G. Mudie & Son, Edinburgh; Murray & Highley, Fleet-Street, and J. Cuthell, Holborn, London, 1796
Characteristics: [2],157,[1]p.,tables ; 8⁰

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