Color plate depicts the nitrogenized and sulphurized principles of food. The elements of nutrition, including their source and composition, are illustrated.
This plate comes from the Chemical Atlas; or, The Chemistry of Familiar Objects authored by American scientific writer, editor and lecturer Edward Livingston Youmans (1821-1887). Popularizing science, Youmans founded Popular Science magazine.
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Youmans, Edward Livingston. “Plate IX: Nitrogenized and Sulphurized Principles of Food.” In Chemical Atlas; or, The Chemistry of Familiar Objects. New York, New York, 1856. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/eopls6e.
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