Chemical Physics

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    THE author has given in a handbook a description of the various physical phenomena which, without belonging to the true domain of chemistry, are nevertheless involved in all chemical processes, and which can adequately be described as physico-chemical. These phenomena, of the highest importance for the student of chemistry who is interested in the philosophy of his science, are dealt with at length by the author in a very lucid and plain style. Without discussing advanced theories, M. Lubavin, in this first fascicule (the second being in the press) gives us only facts, and in a condensed form much useful information. He has carefully read what has been published in this department in France and Germany, but is not very familiar with our English works, except through German or French translations.

    Chemical Physics.

    By N. N. Lubavin. First fascicule. St. Petersburg, 1876, 346 pp., in 8vo. (Russian.)

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    Chemical Physics . Nature 16, 140 (1877) doi:10.1038/016140a0

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