13pp. IN: Archiv fur Physiologie, 1889, pp. 524-36. thick 8vo, cloth-backed boards, uncut; ex- lib. worn, hinges cracked. Leipzig, 1889. First Edition. Whole volume offered entire. GM 713.
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London: Benn, 1924. An Account of the Achievement and the Present State of Knowledge in Chemical Science. Sm. 4to, cloth. London: Ernest Benn, 1924. First Edition. Near Fine. A series of monographs prepared in conjunction with the British Empire Exhibition in 1924.
London: Ernest Benn, 1924. 8 plates and illustrations, 281pp., small 4to, black cloth. London: Ernest Benn, 1924. First Edition. Fine. Sir Irvine Masson's copy with his signature on the fly leaf. Heavily annotated on the first few pages in pencil by him.
West Newton, MA: 1956. 1 page, 11 x 8.5 inches, West Newton, Massachusetts, September 19, 1956, writing to an old college buddy and reminiscing about the past, in part: "...Good to hear from you. It brings back a host of memories very sharply and clearly, from the day I first stepped into the Chem lab on 10 April 1942 (see, I still date things Navy-style---never broke the habit) till my last visit in 1947. We match you in children, Gertrude...
New York: Basic Books, 1960. Illustrated. 2 volumes. Tall thick 8vo, blue cloth, spines evenly faded else near fine. New York: Basic Books Inc., (1960). Very good. Vol. 1: The Physical Sciences Vol. 2: The Biological Sciences.
16 pages. Slim 8vo, sewed, in plain wrappers. Phila., 1852.
Oxford: Clarendon, 1952. Small illustrations and tables. 158pp., thin 8vo, black cloth. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1952. Near fine.
Paris: Didot, 1773. Volumes 1 & 2 only (of 3). Frontispiece portrait in first volume & fine vignettes on both title pages. Illustrated with 10 interesting folding copperplates depicting various scientific equipment. [iv], clx, 482; [iv], 671pp. 8vo, bound in contemporary mottled calf with gilt backs; marbled endpapers and page edges (leather is well-rubbed and worn at extremities but still tight; scattered foxing and light occasional penciling in margins). Paris: P.F. Didot, 1773. First edition. Very good condition, but lacking...
Paris: 1872. 4to, modern brown buckram, leather spine label; bookplate of Franz Sondheimer. (Paris, 1872-78). Fine. (1). (Edmond). Memoire sur l'Analyse de la Lumiere emise par les composes d'uranium phosphorescents..., 5 aout 1872. pp. 1-40; (2). (Antoine-Cesar). Premier Memoire sur le Mode d'Intervention de l'Eau et les Forces Electro-Motrices..., 7 juillet 1873. pp. 1-78; (3). (Antoine & Edmond). Memoire sur la Temperature de deux sols semblables...observee avec le thermometre electrique... 13 fevrier 1874. pp. 1-53. With 43pp. of temperature tables;...
16 pages with text in Latin. 4to, stitched. Bonn, 1840. Essay on the formation of carbonic acid in some organic bodies.
Cambridge: University Press, 1948. 240pp. 8vo, green cloth. Cambridge: At the University Press, 1948. Very good.
London: George Allen, 1924. Translated from the French by Eden and Cedar Paul. Text figures. 259pp. 8vo, green cloth (spine faded). London: George Allen, (1924). Very good. Surveys the recent work of Rutherford, Bohr, Einstein.
A.L.S. "Berzelius", 8vo. 1 page, no place, no date, wood-pulp paper c. 1840, in French (translated): "I was honored to receive the small box containing the steel. I just received a letter from Mr. Lorent de Gottembourg. He is interested in you. If you talk to Gottembourg, discuss with him the best way to get the most out of the patent; I think you will agree with his counsel. I wish a very pleasant trip." A very attractive letter that...
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1930. 146 pages (previous owner's inscription on front attached endpaper, thin 8vo. Baltimore: the Johns Hopkins Press, 1930. A fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Copenhagen: Jul. Gjellerups Forlag, 1922. 70 pages. Slim 8vo, original beige printed wrappers (very lightly worn but sturdy). Kobenhavn: Jul. Gjellerups Forlag, 1922. A very good(+) copy. Bohr wrote this work at the time that he and members of his laboratory staff were working on a theory of the periodic system of the elements. Bohr, by "the analysis of the evidence of the spectra, renewed the science of chemistry by putting at the chemists' disposal rational spectroscopic methods much more...
Paris: Octave Doin, 1913. 6 text tables. 23pp. IN: Journal de Pharmacie et de Chimie, 1913, 7th series, vol. 8, pp. 337-359. Vols. 7-8, bound together, offered entire. 8vo, burgundy cloth. Paris: Octave Doin, 1913. Very good (+). "Important work on the synthesis of glucosides". GM 1903.
Roterdam: Aarnoldi Leers, 1671. Rubricated title with small wood engraving. 518;  pages. 24mo, full polished blue calf (inner front hinge strengthened), gilt and blind stamped polished blue calf spine with a red leather label, gold bordered covers, a.e.g. Rotterdam: Arnoldi Leers, 1671. A near fine copy of a scarce book. Robert Boyle 1627-91 is considered the "father of chemistry". With the small ownership label of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Marburg: Elwert'sche, 1862. Pharmacologische Monographie. Separat- Abdruck der Inaugural-Dissertation desselben Verfassers nebst Vorrede von Prof. Dr. C. Ph. Falck. 85 pages, very slim 8vo, marbled boards. Marburg: Elwert'sche, 1862. Scarce. Good. First Edition. Recommended by the renowned Falck, of Marburg, as "a fundamental monograph" on the chemistry, physiology, and therapeutics of caffeine. This work was Brill's Doctoral dissertation at Marburg. It can be conjectured that the inspiration for this work came from Falck (1816-1880), Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at...
Oxford: 1946. 422pp. Charts and other illustrations. 8vo, blue cloth. Oxford, (1946). Very good.
New York: National Tuberculosis Association, 1959. National Tuberculosis Association, 1904-1955. Text figures, tables. 325pp., 8vo, orange cloth, d.w. New York: National Tuberculosis Association, 1959. Very good (+).
New York: Appleton, 1951. Illustrated. Small 4to, cloth, d.w. New York: Appleton- Century-Crofts, 1951. Very good.
1923. Signature with a four-line sentiment in French. The card measures 3.75 x 5.5 inches and bears a small black-and-white portrait of Claude dated 1923. Light blue staining in the upper left corner; still very good condition. French chemist and physicist who discovered the utility of neon lamps for lighting. Sentenced to life in prison for collaboration with the Nazis on the V-2 rocket program during the Second World War.
1863. 13 pages (pp. 241-253) IN: Virchows Archiv fur pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie und fur Klinische Medicin, 1863, vol. 28, nos. 3-4, Nos. 3-4 offered entire. 8vo, original green printed wrappers; worn. Berlin, 1863. A very good copy with unopened pages. Investigation of the sugar-forming ferments. GM 690.
Comptes Rendus, 1907. 4 pages (422-425) in Comptes Rendus Des Seances de L'Adademie Des Sciences Volume 145, No. 8, 8vo, modern paper wrappers. Comptes Rendus, 1907. A near fine copy. Footnote makes reference to her paper of July 21, 1902.
Comptes Rendus, 1900. 4 pages (73-76) in: Comptes Rendus des Seances de L'Adademie des Sciences Volume 130, No. 2. IN THE SAME ISSUE: SKLODOWSKA-CURIE, Marie. Sur la Penetration des Rayons de Becquerel non Deviables par le Champ Magnetique. 4 pages (76-79). Slim 8vo, modern printed wrappers. Paris: Comptes Rendus des Seances de L'Academie des Sciences, 1900. A very good(+) copy "Pierre Curie had just demonstrated that there are at least two different kinds of rays, subsequently known as A and...