At a glance:
- Author: Roy A. Gallant
- First Published: 1958
- Type of Work: Science
- Genres: Nonfiction, Science and technology
- Subjects: History, Science or scientists, Greek or Roman times, Greece or Greek people, Exploration or explorers, Chemicals, Physics or physicists, Chemistry or chemists
Form and Content
Exploring Chemistry is a well-written description of the science of chemistry that is intended to introduce the field in an appealing fashion to nonscientists between the ages of thirteen and fifteen. Written mostly in the third person, the book is divided into four unnumbered chapters—“Why Did Chemistry Begin,” “Matter and the Alchemists,” “The New Chemistry,” and “Frontiers of Chemistry”—each of which is a well-illustrated exploration of a facet of chemistry that prepares readers for the next chapter.
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