Very Good in Very Good jacket. Text is unmarked; pages are bright, though the page edges are foxed. Binding is tight and square. Price clipped dust jacket is lightly edge worn and lightly foxed. 352pp.
Very good + in Good jacket. xxii, 352 p. 23 cm. 32 b&w figures and 5 plates. Black cloth hardcover in pictorial dustjacket. Some small tears to jacket edges and stain to top front of jacket. Ink signature at top of front free endpaper. Some pencil marks. Topics: John Dalton and the Manchester School of Science; precursors of Dalton; the background to Dalton's atomic theory; the industrial background to Dalton; Dalton's accomplishment in meteorology; Dalton's scientific apparatus; Dalton's caloric theory; Dalton versus Prout; Berzelius and the development of the atomic theory; Dalton and structural chemistry; Russian scientists and Dalton's atomic theory; 'Daltonism'; Dalton's influence on chemistry; etc. Bibliography and index.
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