Título: Philosophie chimique, ou vérités ...
Editorial: Paris: Cl. Simon - Colophon, 1792, Paris
Año de publicación: 1792
Edición: First Edition, pirated Issue
FIRST EDITION, pirated issue (same year as first issue). 12 mo. Contemp. mottled calf, rebacked with the orig. gilt spine laid down, lea. label renewed. 128 pp. A nearly fine copy. "Fourcroy (1755-1809) was a teacher who always tried to arrange the fundamental principles of chemistry in a systematic order, and in his article 'Axiomes' in the second volume of 'Encyclopédie méthodique' (1792) he classified the chief facts of chemistry under twelve headings. When published separately as a little book entitled 'Philosophie chimique' (Paris, 1792), this proved to be a very popular summary of antiphlogistic chemistry and was translated into eleven languages." (D.S.B.). The Smeaton/Fourcroy biography, pp.191-195, lists the 12 axioms and discusses them. Smeaton/Fourcroy, no. 32B - pirated version. Bolton I.448. Neu 1481. Edelstein 902. Cole, Chem. Lit. 1700-1860, no. 469. Ferguson I.287. N° de ref. de la librería 000064
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