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Boerhaave, Elementa chemiae, quae anniversario labore docuit.

Boerhaave, Hermann: Elementa chemiae, quae anniversario labore docuit. .. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. London, sumptibus S. K. et J. K., 1732. 4°. 17 gefaltete Kupfertafeln, (4 Bl.), 344 S., (16 Bl. Index) - 209 S., (28 Bl.). Schöner Lederband der Zeit mit Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung (gering berieben).

Von der gleichzeitig an vier Orten erschienenen ersten Ausgabe ist die hier vorliegende mit Druckort London die seltenste, des weiteren in Leiden, Leipzig, und Paris erschienen. - Lindeboom 454; Ferchl 53; vgl. Cole S. 68/69, Duveen 84, Neu S. 34 und Blake 53 (alle mit anderen Ausgaben). - "Wichtigstes Lehrbuch seiner Zeit (neben dem Lemerys). Auch Goethe studierte nach diesem Buch" (Ferchl). "Vol. I begins with a brief history of chemistry, including an account of chemistry, including an account of the principal authors. The remainder of the volume treats the theory, beginning with the chief substances: mineral, vegetable and animal. Under mineral (fossil) substances metals, salts, sulphurs, stones and semi-metals are discussed. Instruments, the bodies by which changes are effected, are the treated in detail. The instruments include fire, air, water, earth, menstruums and chemical utensils. Vol. II contains the practice in which the operations are demonstrated. The volume contains some 227 experiments which were demonstrated during the lectures. The book was important and popular, as shown as by the numerous editions and translations. It supplied a clear, complete and orderly treatment of the best of chemistry at the time, contributing to its establishment as an independent science" (Cole zur Ausg. Leiden 1732). - Sehr gut erhaltenes, sauberes Exemplar.

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