Outlines of Theoretical Chemistry (Classic Reprint)

Outlines of Theoretical Chemistry (Classic Reprint)

ISBN: 1330087127

ISBN 13: 9781330087121

Publication Date: September 27, 2015

Publisher: Forgotten Books

Pages: 296

Format: Paperback

Author: Lothar Meyer

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Excerpt from Outlines of Theoretical Chemistry
As Messrs. Bedson and Williams some years ago made a careful and accurate translation into English of my ' Modern Theories of Chemistry I very gladly accepted their friendly proposal to undertake the translation of this smaller book.
It may appear somewhat doubtful whether the long-felt want of a small text-book on Theoretical Chemistry has not been satisfied by the books recently published by Polis, Remsen, and Ostwald. These books are themselves so different from one another and from mine in method and intention and in their conclusions, that they all may be able to exist side by side. This conclusion is satisfactorily confirmed by the ready reception which the German edition of my book has received.
In writing this work I have not considered the requirements of students alone, but have been desirous of offering something to those friends of scientific investigation who have neither the intention nor the time to concern themselves with the details of chemical investigation, but wish to become acquainted with the general conclusions arrived at.
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