An introduction to chemistry written for a general audience. Edited by George S. Clason, an American author famed for writing the book The Richest Man in Babylon, Everyday Miracles of Modern Chemistry provides an overview of chemical principles including the atomic theory of matter, atomic bonding, various laws of chemistry, and chemical formulas and nomenclature. Then discusses the nuances of oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, phosphorous, silicon, metals and radium individually. Includes engravings. The work is digitized in its entirety.
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“Everyday Miracles of Modern Chemistry : Man, a Chemical Compound Who Lives in a Chemical World!” Chicago, Illinois: Nutshell series, 1925. QD37 .C53 1925. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/4k594s3.
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