A Dictionary of Scientists (Oxford Paperback Reference)

A Dictionary of Scientists (Oxford Paperback Reference)

1999 | 1200 Pages | ISBN: 0192800868 | PDF | 4 MB

For scientists of all ages this is a great book with concise descriptions of 100's of scientists from the Greeks onwards. A brief description of their family background, when born and died is followed by all you need to know, about their main scientific endeavors. There are few obvious omissions but I must bring to task the editors for not listing perhaps the greatest British chemist of the nineteenth century - Sir Joseph Wilson Swan (inventor of the electric light bulb; modern photographic paper and the production of polymeric fibres).At this price you will not find a better quick reference book.



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