Lavoisier in European Context
Negotiating a New Language for Chemistry

Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent & Ferdinando Abbri, eds.

1995, vii+303pp, Illustrations, ISBN 0-88135-189-X L/C 95-3884, $45.95

Lavoisier in European Context

Contributors: Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent, Anders Lundgren, Brigitte Van Tiggelen, Roman Mierzecki,Lissa Roberts, David Knight, Arthur Donovan, John McEvoy, A.M.Amorim da Costa, Agustí Níeto-Galan, Patricia Aceves, Anne Claire Déré, Marco Beretta, Ferdinando Abbri, F.L. Holmes. Countries discussed include: Belgium, Poland, Holland, Sweden, England, Scotland, Portugal, Spain, Mexico, France, and Italy. Complete contents upon request.


“Those interested in late-18th-century science will find this collection of essays invaluable.” -Technology & Culture

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