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A Letter Signed: The Very Beginnings of Dalton's Atomic Theory
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The provenance and content of a previously unknown personal letter by John Dalton, dated 12 April 1803, relates to a startling breakthrough in Dalton's research, which pre-dates by five months the earliest date in his laboratory notebook, namely, 6 September 1803.
John Vaughan's public lectures on chemical philosophy (1799)
Describes John Vaughan's public lectures on chemical philosophy and The Philosophical Society of Delaware.
Pollution solution-1861 style
Pollution laws were avoided by changing the position of the Massachusetts-Rhode Island state line.
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Samuel L. Mitchill's evaluation of the lectures of Joseph Black
The author presents Samuel L. Mitchell's evaluation of the lectures of Joseph Black via personal correspondence authored by Mitchell.