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The Renaissance of Science: The Story of the Atom and Chemistry

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The Renaissance of Science: The Story of the Atom and Chemistry
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Publisher: Project Gutenberg
Number of pages: 812

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The 2000 year history of the atom and chemistry, from the Classic Greek Era to the present, is described in 800 pages, depicted with some 300 pictures and illustrations. This history of the atom and chemistry discusses the lives of about 180 chemists and physicists, through the evolution of several stages of development, representing the most important scientific accomplishments.

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