Chemical Elements

Chemical Elements: How They Were Discovered (Repost)  

Posted by leonardo78 at Dec. 5, 2015
Chemical Elements: How They Were Discovered (Repost)

Chemical Elements: How They Were Discovered
Publisher: Firebird Pubns (March 1986) | ISBN: 0828530033 | 270 pages | PDF | 16,2 MB

About eighty years ago Clemens Winkler, the German chemist who discovered germanium which had been pre-dicted by D. Mendeleev under the name of "eka-silicon", likened the world of the elements to the theatre stage where scene after scene is played out with elements, as charac-ters. Each element, Winkler said, plays its own role. Sometimes it is a subsidiary role, sometimes it is a leading role.

Chemical Elements, 2nd edition (Repost)  

Posted by insetes at March 14, 2015
Chemical Elements, 2nd edition (Repost)

Chemical Elements, 2nd edition By David E. Newton, Kathleen J. Edgar
2010 | 688 Pages | ISBN: 1414476086 | PDF | 27 MB
Geochemistry at the Earth's Surface: Movement of Chemical Elements

Geochemistry at the Earth's Surface: Movement of Chemical Elements By Andreas Bauer
2014 | 332 Pages | ISBN: 3642313582 | PDF | 9 MB
Memorize the Periodic Table: The Fast and Easy Way to Memorize Chemical Elements

Kyle Buchanan, Dean Roller, "Memorize the Periodic Table: The Fast and Easy Way to Memorize Chemical Elements"
ISBN: 0987564625 | 2013 | EPUB/MOBI | 100 pages | 157 KB/216 KB
Plants and the Chemical Elements: Biochemistry, Uptake, tolerance and Toxicity [Repost]

Margaret E. Farago - Plants and the Chemical Elements: Biochemistry, Uptake, tolerance and Toxicity
Published: 1994-07-13 | ISBN: 3527282696 | PDF | 292 pages | 16 MB

Chemical Elements: How They Were Discovered (repost)  

Posted by interes at Nov. 18, 2013
Chemical Elements: How They Were Discovered (repost)

D.N. Trifonov, V D. Trifonov, "Chemical Elements: How They Were Discovered"
English | 1986 | ISBN: 0828530033 | 264 pages | PDF | 16,2 MB

All chemical compounds that constitute living and inorganic matter are diverse combinations of eighty-odd elements. The remaining known elements are practically not found in nature. Scientists created them artificially by means of nuclear reactions.

Chemical Elements, 2nd edition (Repost)  

Posted by advisors at Oct. 29, 2013
Chemical Elements, 2nd edition (Repost)

Chemical Elements, 2nd edition By David E. Newton, Kathleen J. Edgar
2010 | 688 Pages | ISBN: 1414476086 | PDF | 27 MB
Nature's Building Blocks : An A-Z Guide to the Elements [repost]

Nature's Building Blocks : An A-Z Guide to the Elements
Audio CDs in MP3 / English: MP3, 96 kb/s (2 ch) | Duration: 25:14:35 | ISBN-10: N/A | ASIN: B00CXSEY90 | 2013 | 1.01 GB
Genre: Chemistry

Written by award-winning science writer John Emsley, this informative and highly enjoyable book explains the what, the why and the wherefore of the elements. Arranged alphabetically, from Actinium to Zirconium, it is a complete guide to all the elements that are currently known, with more extensive coverage of those we encounter in our everyday life. The entry on each element reveals where it came from, what role it may have in the human body, the foods that contain it, how it was discovered, its role in human health, the uses and misuses to which it is put, and its environmental role. The new edition includes the three chemical elements discovered since the first edition - Darmstadtium, Roetgenium, and Copernicium - and the section on "transfermium elements" has now been incorporated into the main part of the book. In addition, Emsley has added new information on the economic uses of elements such as Scandium and Gold. Praised by Nature as "amusing and finely crafted," Nature's Building Blocks offers a pleasurable tour of the very essence of our material world.
Periodic Tales: A Cultural History of the Elements, from Arsenic to Zinc

Periodic Tales: A Cultural History of the Elements, from Arsenic to Zinc
Audio CDs in M4B / English: AAC, 62 kb/s (2 ch) | Duration: 12:53:18 | ISBN-10: 1494561840 | 2015 | 351 MB
Genre: Chemistry

Like the alphabet, the calendar, or the zodiac, the periodic table of the chemical elements has a permanent place in our imagination. But aside from the handful of common ones (iron, carbon, copper, gold), the elements themselves remain wrapped in mystery. We do not know what most of them look like, how they exist in nature, how they got their names, or of what use they are to us. Unlocking their astonishing secrets and colorful pasts, Periodic Tales is a passionate journey through mines and artists' studios, to factories and cathedrals, into the woods and to the sea to discover the true stories of these fascinating but mysterious building blocks of the universe.

Chemical Compounds Edition 1. 3 Volume Set by Neil Schlager  

Posted by tanas.olesya at Jan. 29, 2015
Chemical Compounds Edition 1. 3 Volume Set by Neil Schlager

Chemical Compounds Edition 1. 3 Volume Set by Neil Schlager
English | July 12, 2006 | ISBN: 1414401507 | 981 Pages | PDF | 36 MB

Chemical Compounds complements U-X-L's award-winning Chemical Elements set by offering information on the ways in which different chemical elements combine to form commonly used chemical compounds, such as water, ammonia, and aspirin.