Important Figures of Analytical Chemistry from Germany in Brief Biographies: From the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century - SpringerBriefs in History of Chemistry (Paperback)
  • Important Figures of Analytical Chemistry from Germany in Brief Biographies: From the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century - SpringerBriefs in History of Chemistry (Paperback)
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Important Figures of Analytical Chemistry from Germany in Brief Biographies: From the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century - SpringerBriefs in History of Chemistry (Paperback)

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More than 80 personalities, in or from Germany, that over the centuries have shaped the development of analytical chemistry are introduced by brief biographies. These accounts go beyond summarising key biographical information and outline the individual's contributions to analytical chemistry. This richly illustrated Brief offers a unique resource of information that is not available elsewhere.

Publisher: Springer International Publishing AG
ISBN: 9783319121505
Number of pages: 132
Weight: 2234 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 8 mm
Edition: 2014 ed.


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"This book provides a comprehensive overview of the contributions of German chemists to the development of analytical chemistry, spanning from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century. ... it is addressed to all researchers who are curious about the way chemistry and analytical chemistry developed." (Luigia Sabbatini, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Vol. 40, 2015)

"This book is part of a series, Springer briefs in molecular science, devoted to the history of chemistry. Following a general overview, each chapter consists of a very short introduction followed by a series of biographical entries, which are well referenced ... . the text is easy to read and the photographs are generally well produced ... . this book makes a useful addition to the chemical literature and is recommended to chemists and, in particular, historians of chemistry." (Peter Reed, Chemistry World, 2015)

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