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A Short History of Chemistry

Isaac Asimov - Science - 1979 - 263 pages
From the use of metals by prehistoric man to the alchemical experiments of medieval and renaissance man to the complex chemical skills of contemporary man, Asimov traces the ...
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The Complete Stories, Volume 2

Isaac Asimov - Fiction - 1992 - 560 pages
Gathers together previously published stories from one of the masters of science fiction
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In the Beginning: Science Faces God in the Book of Genesis

Isaac Asimov - Science - 2014 - 270 pages
In the Beginning: Science Faces God in the Book of Genesis. The beginning of time. The origin of life. In our Western civilization, there are two influential accounts of ...
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The planet that wasn't

Isaac Asimov - Fiction - 1976 - 206 pages
Seventeen selections arranged in order of increasing controversiality represent Asimov's recent essays on astronomy, chemistry, biology, and other topics pertinent to the ...
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How Big is Big and How Small is Small: The Sizes of Everything and Why

Timothy Paul Smith - Science - 2013 - 264 pages
This book is a panoramic view of nature, from quarks to the edge of the universe. It holds this wide range of topics together by addressing the question how big are things and ...
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Asimov on science: a 30-year retrospective

Isaac Asimov - Fiction - 1989 - 393 pages
Collects thirty-one columns written over a thirty-year period on such topics as science, history, literature, and philosophy
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