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The making of a chemist. The social history of chemistry in Europe, 1789-1914.

Autor D. & Kragh,H (Eds.) Knight

Editorial CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

The making of a chemist. The social history of chemistry in Europe, 1789-1914.
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Modern chemistry, so alarming, so necessary, so ubiquitous, became a mature science in nineteenth-century Europe. As it developed, often from a lowly position in medicine or in industry, so chemists established themselves as professional men; but dif...

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  • Editorial CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • ISBN13 9780521583510
  • ISBN10 0521583519
  • Tipus LLIBRE
  • Pàgines 353
  • Any Edició 1998
  • Encuadernació Tela

The making of a chemist. The social history of chemistry in Europe, 1789-1914.

Autor D. & Kragh,H (Eds.) Knight

Editorial CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

Modern chemistry, so alarming, so necessary, so ubiquitous, became a mature science in nineteenth-century Europe. As it developed, often from a lowly position in medicine or in industry, so chemists established themselves as professional men; but dif...

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87,59€
Estalvia 4,61€
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Enviament gratuït
Espanya peninsular

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Modern chemistry, so alarming, so necessary, so ubiquitous, became a mature science in nineteenth-century Europe. As it developed, often from a lowly position in medicine or in industry, so chemists established themselves as professional men; but differently in different countries. In 1820 chemistry was an autonomous science of great prestige but chemists had no corporate identity. It was 1840 before national chemical societies were first formed; and many countries lagged fifty years behind. Chemists are the largest of scientific groups; and in this book we observe the social history of chemistry in fifteen countries, ranging from the British Isles to Lithuania and Greece. There are regularities and similarities; and by describing how national chemical professions emerged under particular economic and social circumstances, the book contributes significantly to European history of science.