Scientists of the industrial revolution: Joseph Black, James Watt, Joseph Priestley [and] Henry Cavendish. (Book, 1962) [Alabama State University Library]
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Scientists of the industrial revolution: Joseph Black, James Watt, Joseph Priestley [and] Henry Cavendish.

Scientists of the industrial revolution: Joseph Black, James Watt, Joseph Priestley [and] Henry Cavendish.

Author: J G Crowther
Publisher: London, Cresset Press, 1962.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Mr J.G. Crowther has traced the evolution of British scientific theory and practice in the lives and works of its leading exponents from Bacon to Rutherford and is completed with this collection of biographies of four outstanding scientific pioneers of the Industrial Age.
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Crowther, J.G. (James Gerald), 1899-
Scientists of the industrial revolution: Joseph Black, James Watt, Joseph Priestley [and] Henry Cavendish.
London, Cresset Press, 1962
(OCoLC)612509256
Named Person: Joseph Black; James Watt; Joseph Priestley; Henry Cavendish; Joseph Black; Henry Cavendish; James Watt
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: J G Crowther
OCLC Number: 1350568
Description: xii, 365 pages portraits 23 cm

Abstract:

Mr J.G. Crowther has traced the evolution of British scientific theory and practice in the lives and works of its leading exponents from Bacon to Rutherford and is completed with this collection of biographies of four outstanding scientific pioneers of the Industrial Age.
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