Title: Over de hydraten van zwaveligzuur, chloor, ...
Publisher: D. Donner
Publication Date: 1884
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
FIRST EDITION. 8 vo. Orig. printed wrappers. (2), 24 pp. A bit of age wear; a good to very good copy. The Dutch physical chemist, H.W.B. Roozeboom (1854-1907), ".received a doctorate in 1884 with a dissertation on the hydrates of sulfur dioxide, chlorine, bromine, and hydrogen chloride; in it he studied the relationship among the three states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) at different temperatures and pressures." (D.S.B.). This thesis was the beginning of his important work on the phase rule and heterogeneous equilibria. "He became the founder of the scientific doctrine of heterogeneous equilibriums, important not only in theoretical chemistry but also for its practical applications in metallurgy and geology. .In 1896 Roozeboom succeeded van't Hoff as professor of general chemistry at the University of Amsterdam, where he remained for the rest of his life." (D.S.B.). Partington IV.638-639. Bookseller Inventory # 000525
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