4 edition of Conversations on chemistry found in the catalog.
Conversations on chemistry
Jane Haldimand Marcet
|Statement||by H. Davy ; a description and plate of the pneumatic cistern ..|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 29047|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 358, 17 p.  leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||358|
Conversations on Chemistry - Volume 1 | Jane Haldimand Marcet ( ) was a pioneer in the field of education who wrote accessible introductory books on science and economics. Noting that women's education 'is seldom calculated to prepare their minds for abstract ideas', she resolved to write books that would inform, entertain and improve a generation of female readers. Identifier: Title: Conversations on chemistry: in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained and illustrated by experiments: to which are now added explanations of the text, questions for exercise, directions for simplifying the apparatus and a vocabulary of terms, together with a list of interesting experiments Year: (s) Views:
I bought the 3rd edition 2nd printing Chemistry book set for my daughter. We have loved using all Apologia's previous books. I was VERY disappointed in the quality of the new book. There are still many typos and errors, including mathematical errors. The solution manual does not always matchup to the material in the book. The math is not. Get this from a library! Conversations on chemistry: in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained, and illustrated by experiments, and 38 engravings on wood.. [Marcet, Mrs.; J L Comstock; John Lauris Blake; Cole Collection of Chemistry.].
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In Which the Elements of that Science Are Familiarly Explained and Illustrated by Experiments Author: Jane Marcet Release Date: Octo [EBook. This handy workbook is divided into six simple lessons that make learning the principles of basic chemistry fun and manageable.
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Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : Book description Jane Haldimand Marcet (–) was a pioneer in the field of education who wrote accessible introductory books on science and economics.
Noting that women's education 'is seldom calculated to prepare their minds for abstract ideas', she resolved to write books that would inform, entertain and improve a generation of female.
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‘Conversations on Chemistry’ was published in Marcet was inspired by Humphry Davy’s lectures at the Royal Institution in London She wrote her book as a lively conversation between three characters: a tutor and two students It became one of the most important and influential books of popular chemistry.
Jane Marcet was instrumental in that transformation. In her book Conversations on Chemistry, Marcet (–), an influential science writer, taught chemistry lessons through fictional conversations between a teacher and her two female students.
This popular book went through numerous editions and was published in many different languages. Most famously, Conversations on Chemistry is the book that served as Michael Faraday’s introduction to the chemical universe and to the wider world of science. In Mrs. Marcet, Faraday wrote, he had “got hold of an anchor in chemical knowledge, and clung fast to it.” A poor bookbinder’s apprentice, the young Faraday recreated Marcet’s experiments so far as he.
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by Blake, John Lauris, /5(2). CONVERSATIONS ON CHEMISTRY. IN WHICH THE ELEMENTS OF THAT SCIENCE ARE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED AND ILLUSTRATED BY EXPERIMENTS; IN TWO VOLUMES. VOL. I: ON SIMPLE BODIES. BY JANE MARCET. ADVERTISEMENT. In the Tenth Edition of this work a Conversation was added on the Steam-engine, a machine.
Marcet then wrote Conversations on Political Economy (), which notably drew on the work of David Ricardo. It followed a style similar to that of her previous book and was also hugely popular. Further success came with the publication of Conversations on Natural Philosophy, which Marcet had written prior to n: The Challenge III program is an intense study of American history, poetry, Shakespeare, chemistry, and philosophy and the ancient writings of Caesar and Cicero.
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