- Author:G.G. Hawley
- Publisher:Van Nostrand Reinhold Company; 10th Revised edition edition (April 1981)
- Pages:1135 pages
- FB2 format1594 kb
- ePUB format1856 kb
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Series: Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary. Hardcover: 1135 pages. This book is an excellent reference
Series: Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary. This book is an excellent reference.
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Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary.
The Condensed Chemical Dictionary. December 1968 · Journal of Chromatography A. A. Liberti. Condensed chemical dictionary By G. G. Hawley. Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary.
Although, this dictionary is not a classical handbook of chemistry and physics, nor is it a Merck® Index, it does give some properties and CAS numbers of some compounds, as well as some chemical formulae, indications of toxicity and medicinal values.
It adds entries for notable chemists and Nobel Prize winners, equipment and devices, natural forms and minerals, named reactions, and chemical processes
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The book ends with five appendixes which contain information on various topics from the origin of some chemical terms to. .
The book ends with five appendixes which contain information on various topics from the origin of some chemical terms to tables of the elements. The main body of the book lies between these two extremes, and because it is a dictionary, it has a built-in index, which makes it extremely easy to use. For example, I was able to find perovskite (a calcium/titanium mineral) without difficulty. This may well also be in the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, but I would not know where to start looking in the latter.