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Page 309 - ... of an electric spark, which traverses a mixture of oxygen and hydrogen? What justification is there, then, for the assumption of the existence in the living matter of a something which has no representative, or correlative, in the not living matter which gave rise to it? What better philosophical status has "vitality
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Page 31 - WurtZ.— A HISTORY OF CHEMICAL THEORY, from the Age of Lavoisier down to the present time. By AD. WURTZ. Translated by HENRY WATTS, FRS Crown 8vo. 6s. ' ' The discourse, as a resume of chemical theory and research, unites singular luminousness and grasp. A few judicious notes are added by the translator." — Pall Mall Gazette. " The treatment of the subject is admirable, and the translator has evidently done his duty most efficiently."— Westminster Review.
Page 27 - As a standard general text-book it deserves to take a leading place," — SPECTATOR. " We unhesitatingly pronounce it the best of all our elementary treatises on Chemistry."— MEDICAL TIMES.
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