This book provides a preparatory view of the forces that concur to the production of chemical phenomena. The contents include the principles of the mechanical philosophy, experiments and how they relate to the mechanical philosophy, heat, cohesion and elasticity, and chemical affinity. Ideal for chemistry students at all levels, this valuable introductory text competently covers all aspects of chemical philosophy.
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