A chemistry textbook intended for secondary students who are limited to a single course in chemistry; the work introduces the practical application of chemistry principles for use in daily life. The text covers a wide range of topics so teachers may curate a curriculum best suited for their student's needs, with topics including industrial, technical, agricultural, and domestic science applications of chemistry. The work includes two parts. The first reviews fundamental ideas and principles of chemistry, and the second contains additional material for specialized topics. The work is fully illustrated with black and white prints.
Digitized content includes the work's frontmatter and illustrations.
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Brownlee, Raymond B. (Raymond Bedell), Fuller, Robert W. (Robert Warren), William J. Hancock, and Whitsit, Jesse E. (Jesse Elon). “Chemistry of Common Things.” New York, New York: Allyn and Bacon, circa 1914. QD33 .B69 1914. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/mn24n64.
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