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Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1831. Edited by J.K. Mitchell, M.D. 689 pages, thick 8vo, original full calf with black leather label (a bit rubbed and joints neatly mended). Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1831. A very good copy with light foxing throughout. First American, from the last (2nd) London Edition of Faraday's first full length book.
Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1831. Edited by J.K. Mitchell, M.D. 689 pages, thick 8vo, original full calf with red leather spine label (spine rubbed, hinges strengthened and ends repaired). Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1831. Very good. Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1831. End papers discolored at edges, still a very good. First American, from the last (2nd) London Edition of Faraday's first full length book.
Paris: Fayard, 1967. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs. 8vo, 340 pages, yellow printed wrappers. (Paris): Fayard, 1967. Very good. Inscribed by the nuclear chemist to Sir James Murray, British Consul and later ambassador: "PourJames Murray, cet essai a histoire de la politique atomique a la fin de laquelle il y a trop de ' news from pekin'! bien amicalment, Bertrand Goldschmidt." Goldschmidt was the head of the French Atomic Energy Commission and the only Frenchman to work on the Manhattan Project.....
Translated from the French of Mr. Goulard, Surgeon-Major to the Royal and Military Hospital at Montpellier. A new edition, with remarks, by G. Arnaud, M.D. and a table exhibiting the difference between English and French weights. New Edition, with Remarks by G. Arnauld. 2 vols. Small 8vo, original tan calf, front hinge of volume 1 weak. London: P. Elmsly, 1773. Very good (+).
New York: Van Nostrand, 1903. 41 illus. 72pp. + ads. Thin 8vo, orig. gilt-lettered cloth. New York: Van Nostrand, 1903. First Edition. Very good (+). Inscribed by the author. Hammer was an assistant to Thomas Edison and responsible for tests and records on incandescent lamps, later chief engineer of the Boston Edison Company and Edison's personal representative to the Paris Exposition of 1889. DAB.
1856. Memoire presente a l'academie imperiale de medecine dans sa seance du [sic] 1856. Commissaires M.M. Bouchardt, Griselle, Wurtz. Holograph manuscript, in French, unpublished, 62pp., written in a careful, legible hand on good paper. 8vo, 1/2 morocco, marbled boards. [Strasbourg, 1856]. Very good (+). Important researches on iodoform, chemical, physiological and therapeutical; at the end is a list of pharmaceutical preparations containing iodoform, pills, dragees, pastes, oil, suppositories, etc., and even cigarettes for inhalation. The memoir was presented to the.....
Washington: Carnegie Institute, 1911. With 67 plates of spectrograms. 8vo, original cloth. Washington D.C.: Carnegie Institute, 1911. Very good. First Edition. The problems here under investigation include the effect of ions as compared with molecules on the absorption spectra of solutions, the effect of high temperature on the absorption spectra of aqueous solutions, and the measurement of the intensity of the various absorption bands by means of radiomicrmeter and thermoelectric junctions.
Washington: Carnegie Institution, 1910. 98 plates. 159pp. of text. Large 8vo, cloth. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution, 1910. First Edition. BVery good. An important work in the research series that helped Jones to develop his general theory on solutions. Jones, professor of physical chemistry at Johns Hopkins, was one of the pioneer promoters of this subject in the United States.
Philadelphia: John Grigg, 1832. ....on the Foundation of Mrs. Marcet's "Conversations on Chemistry". Frontispiece and 117 text illustrations. 332pp. 8vo, contemporary calf, worn, spine defective; hinges reinforced. Philadelphia: John Grigg, 1832. Good. Revised version of Mrs. Jane Marcet's popular textbook on chemistry.