Dictionary of Chemistry Was Published

William Nicholson, English chemist and inventor completed the Dictionary of Chemistry in 1795, that was published by Richard Phillips. The first chemical reference book to become the standard work in the field was Handbuch der theoretischen Chemie (Handbook of Theoretical Chemistry) published in 1817-19 by the German chemist Leopold Gmelin and was still in print to the 20th century.

Date:
      1795, 1817-19
Name(s):
      William Nicholson, Richard Phillips
Occupation:
      chemist , publisher
Location:
      Germany


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