Frenckellska Boktryckeriet, Åbo 1798. Första upplagan. Bunden i ett fint samtida halvskinnband med sparsam ryggdekor och titeletikett i guld. (4), 150 sidor + rättelseblad. Gott skick, tre små fläckar på främre pärm, ett litet hundöra, bokstavsförlust i tryckninger ersatt med samtida skrift, lätt nötta hörn, samtida ägarsignatur. Bookseller Inventory # 21388
Title: Inledning til Chemien.
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Book Description 1798. Book Condition: Good. Åbo, Frenckellska boktryckeriet, 1798. 8:o. (4),150,(1) pp. Good light brown sprinkled boards with ivory-coloured label (Johanna Röjgård). Old red sprinkled edges. Occasional foxing and minor spotting. Small stain in upper margin on pp. 114-15. The Finnish chemist Johan Gadolin (1760-1852) studied in Åbo under P. A. Gadd and later under the great Torbern Bergman in Uppsala. He also cooperated with Gahn and Scheele. Gadolin's important "Inledning", which was published in connection with his appointment as professor of chemistry in Åbo, was frequently used by university students all over Scandinavia and was based on Fourcroy and Lavoisier. It has been called the first modern Scandinavian textbook on chemistry. Bookseller Inventory # 47556A
Book Description 1798. Book Condition: Good. Åbo, Frenckellska boktryckeriet, 1798. 8:o. (4),150,(1) pp. + Stockholm, C. Stolpe, 1779. 8:o. (2),63,(1) pp. Slightly worn but nice contemporary half calf with raised bands, sparingly gilt spine and a light label. Sprinkled edges. Some minor stains. Signature. Moström Torbern Bergman A Bibliography of his Works 132 for the second work. "Introduction to chemistry" by Gadolin has been called "the first modern Scandinavian book on chemistry". The Finnish chemist Johan Gadolin (1760-1852) studied in Turku, having P. A. Gadd as his teacher and later, in Uppsala, Torbern Bergman. Gadolin's "Inledning" was published as he took his place as a professor of chemistry in Turku. It was used frequently among students in the Nordic universities and is based on the works of Fourcroy and Lavoisier. Bookseller Inventory # 45855A