A History of Science, Book 4

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Harper, 1904 - Science
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Contents

Chemistry at the beginning of the eighteenth century p 11
11
Stephen Hales and the study of gases p nBlacks studies
22
The work of Scheelep 23His independent discovery of oxygen
28
lenses p 112His paper before the Royal Society detailing
37
ceptance of Da1tons theory p 41The law of Avogadro p
43
ment of the laws of the specific heat of atoms and of isomorphism
53
CHAPTER IV
72
Battista Morgagni and morbid anatomy p 76The work of Will
81
Lamarckian conception p 178Pouchets belief in spontaneous
180
The fame of Hermann Boerhaave as a physician p 182His classi
187
p 19oHis famous paper on vaccination p 194Reception
196
antitoxine p 241The paper of Dr Roux read before the Con
243
CHAPTER IX
260
Gustav Fechners Psychophysik and the beginnings of physio
285
CHAPTER X
303
CHAPTER III
304

the study of spontaneous generation p 86His chemical theory
99
Goethes studies of the metamorphosis of plants p 14oHis doc
140
CHAPTER VIII
305

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