Título: The law of atomic linking diagrammatically ...
Editorial: P. Möller
Año de publicación: 1895
Condición del libro: Very Good
Edición: 1st Edition
FIRST EDITION. 4 to. Orig. decorated cloth. ccxiii, (1), 508 pp. Frontispiece + a colored map + 2 folding tables + very numerous text figs. Author's presentation stamp on title. Minor faults in the cloth; a very good, crisp copy. As a result of publishing his extended treatise (over 500 pages) on stereochemistry under a title with only industrial chemical interest, F.P. Möller's work is little known. Duveen, p.407 comments: ".an interesting and original contribution to chemical theory that has remained unnoticed by the usual bibliographers and historians." Prof. Arthur Greenberg discusses the peculiarities of this book and Möller's 'Screw-theory' in "Stereochemistry and the 'Ether' in the Evolution of Molecular Structure Theory", J. Chem. Edu., April 1993, pp.284-286. Not in Bolton, Smith Coll., Edelstein, or Ferchl. N° de ref. de la librería 000516
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