Edward Hitchcock classroom lecture notes, "Chemical Affinity"
- Edward Hitchcock classroom lecture notes, "Chemical Affinity"
Chemistry lecture notes by Edward Hitchcock discussing agents that influence chemical change, including attraction, heat, and light. Hitchcock refers to ideas of such as chemical equivalents, specific heat, galvanism, and others. The notes include lists of experiments to perform to demonstrate certain chemical concepts such as solids changing to gases. He discusses the characteristics of oxygen, chlorine, iodine, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulphur, phosphorous, and carbon, and explores the chemical changes that these elements may undergo and what experiments may demonstrate these changes. He also touches on the topics of crystal structure and solvents, but in less depth.
- Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864
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Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864
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