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" ... encouraging this process, and how to retard and check it, when it is likely to be carried too far, so as to be sure of uniformly obtaining satisfactory results. In this and in every other process, it must therefore be of importance to acquire some... "
James Woodhouse: A Pioneer in Chemistry, 1770-1809 - Page 227
by Edgar Fahs Smith - 1918 - 295 pages
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A Chymical Catechism, Or, The Application of Chymistry to the Arts: For the ...

Samuel Parkes - Chemistry - 1807 - 334 pages
...purchase even the utensils; it must surely be of the utmost importance to acquire some know-, ledge of- the principles of bodies, and of the nature of...which you have established. Hence they will learn boiu the barley, in the first instance, is converted ADDRESS TO PARENTS. XXlll to a sacharine substance...
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The Chemical Catechism: With Notes, Illustrations, and Experiments

Samuel Parkes - Chemistry - 1814 - 562 pages
...FERMENTED LiQCoRS, a trade of considerable consequence in the metropolis, is altogether a chemical process. To those persons, whose concerns are so large that...would therefore say to such persons, Give your sons a chemical education, and you will fit them for conducting in the best possible manner, the business...
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The Chemical Catechism: With Notes, Illustrations, and Experiments

Samuel Parkes - Chemistry - 1816 - 559 pages
...require a princely fortune to purchase even the utensils, it must surely be of the utmost imporl• ance to acquire some knowledge of the principles of bodies,...would therefore say to such persons, Give your sons a chemical education, and you will fit them for conducting in the best possible manner, the business...
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The Chemical Catechism: With Notes, Illustrations, and Experiments

Samuel Parkes - Chemistry - 1818 - 581 pages
...fortune to purchase even the utensils, it must surely be of the utmost importance to acquire so"-e Knowledge of the principles of bodies, and of the nature of those c nges which lake pla«-e in the mad rials upon which they ope. ate. I would therefore ^.iy ti -uc...
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On the Improvement of Society by the Diffusion of Knowledge: Or, An ...

Thomas Dick - Education - 1833 - 442 pages
...must therefore be of importance to acquire some knowledge of the principles of natural substances, and of the nature of those changes which take place in the materials on which we operate. In the manufacture of soap, it is reckoned by those intimately acquainted with...
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The Works of Thomas Dick, Volumes 1-4

Thomas Dick - Astronomy - 1836
...must therefore be of importance to acquire some knowledge of the principles of natural sitbeiances, and of the nature of those changes which take place in the materials on which we operate. In the manufacture of soup, H и reckoned, by those intimately acquainted with...
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A catechism of chemistry: exhibiting a condensed view of the facts and ...

Hugo Reid - Chemistry - 1837 - 90 pages
...FERMENTED LIQUORS, a trade of considerable consequence in the metropolis, is altogether a chemical process. To those persons, whose concerns are so large that...would therefore say to such persons, give your sons a chemical education, and you will fit them for conducting, in the best possible manner, the business...
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The Works of thomas dick, LL.D

1850
...must therefore be of importance to acquire some knowledge of the principles of natural substances, and of the nature of those changes which take place in the materials on which we operate. In the manufacture of soap, it is reckoned by those intimately acquainted with...
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On the improvement of society by the diffusion of knowledge. The philosophy ...

Thomas Dick - Religion and science - 1850
...must therefor« be of importance to acquire some knowledge of the principles of natural substances, and of the nature of those changes which take place in the materials on which we operate. In the manufacture of »nap, it is reckoned by those intimately acquainted with...
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