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    • 1787-May-07

    Manuscript letter from Marsilio Landriani (1751-1815), chemist, physicist and meteorologist, to a naturalist. Written on May 7, 1787, the letter deals with several topics including the work of Lavoisier, Guyton de…

    • 1812-Aug-16

    Letter in French from Giovanni Antonio Giobert (1761-1834), an Italian chemist and mineralogist after whom the mineral giobertite has been named, to Count Chanteloup. Dated August 16, 1812, the letter concerns a sample…

    • 1827-Oct-08

    Acknowledges receipt of Dalton's "A New System of Chemical Philosophy" and the bill for the publication. the book was placed in the library of the Royal Academy of Beaux Arts.

    • 1831-Nov-14

    Thank-you note for Blakely's birthday gift of "a most elegant reticule" for Hatchett's wife.

    • 1834

    Lecture notes recorded by Jean-Baptiste-Alexandre Stroehlin in Paris when he attended lectures given by Matthieu Orfila. The lectures are organized around specific chemicals, thus there are headings such as "Carbonates"…

    • 1836-Feb-14

    Concerns articles that Faraday has to give to Collen.

    • circa 1842 – circa 1882 (Letter written on May 12. Year unknown.)

    Christison requesting Playfair's opinion of a thesis which he describes as "an incomplete investigation of a difficult subject."

    • after 1849 – before 1895

    Third page of handwritten lecture notes with diagrams prepared by Louis Pasteur for a lecture to the National Academy of Medicine on the subject of crystal structures, tartaric acid, and arsenites. This work led to the…

    • after 1849 – before 1895

    Fourth page of handwritten lecture notes with diagrams prepared by Louis Pasteur for a lecture to the National Academy of Medicine on the subject of crystal structures, tartaric acid, and arsenites. This work led to the…

    • after 1849 – before 1895

    First page of handwritten lecture notes with diagrams prepared by Louis Pasteur for a lecture to the National Academy of Medicine on the subject of crystal structures, tartaric acid, and arsenites. This work led to the…

    • after 1849 – before 1895

    Second page of handwritten lecture notes with diagrams prepared by Louis Pasteur for a lecture to the National Academy of Medicine on the subject of crystal structures, tartaric acid, and arsenites. This work led to the…

    • after 1849 – before 1895

    Handwritten lecture notes with diagrams prepared by Louis Pasteur for a lecture to the National Academy of Medicine on the subject of crystal structures, tartaric acid, and arsenites. This work led to the field of…

    • after 1849 – before 1887

    Tabulation of data on the fineness of copper (i.e. weight of copper in proportion to the total weight of the metal including impurities and alloy base metals.)

    • 1854 – 1855

    Notebook containing 49 pages of laboratory notes taken by Charles F. Chandler in Göttingen as a pupil of Professor Friedrich Wöhler in 1854 and in Berlin as a pupil of Professor Heinrich Rose in 1855. In these pages,…

    • after 1860 – before 1887

    Account Statement listing totals for standard ounces of gold melted, actual wastage, and ratio of wasted to melted for the years 1861-1886.

    • after 1860 – before 1887

    Account Statement listing totals for standard ounces of gold melted, actual wastage, and ratio of wasted to melted for the years 1861-1886.

    • 1864-Oct-31

    Contains advice to his nephew on requesting recommendations. Text specifically mentions Friedrich Wohler and August Kekule.

    • 1866-Aug-25

    Acknowledges receipt of Sharplep's "Chemical Tables," and expresses pleasure at its organization and content.

    • 1866-Sep-05

    In this letter Louis Pasteur indicates his displeasure with the winemakers of France for opposing pasteurization. He goes on to praise the California winemakers for embracing the process fully. In the letter, Pasteur…