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Popular Science Monthly Volume 1  (1872) 
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PROSPECTUS

OF THE

INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES.

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 D. APPLETON & CO. have the pleasure of announcing that they have made arrangements for publishing, and will shortly commence the issue of, a Series of Popular Monographs, or small works, under the above title, which will embody the results of recent inquiry in the most interesting departments of advancing science.

 The character and scope of this series will be best indicated by a reference to the names and subjects included in the subjoined list, from which it will be seen that the cooperation of the most distinguished professors in England, Germany, France, and the United States, has been secured, and negotiations are pending for contributions from other eminent scientific writers.

 The works will be issued simultaneously in New York, London, Paris, and Leipsic. That by Professor Tyndall, on the Forms of Water, is now in press, and will appear soon; several others are nearly ready.

 The International Scientific Series is entirely an American project, and was originated and organized by Dr. E. L. Youmans, who has spent the greater part of the past year in Europe, arranging with authors and publishers.

 Some of the following titles are provisional:

Prof. T. H. Huxley, LL.D., F.R.S., Bodily Motion and Consciousness. Dr. J. B. Pettigrew, M.D., F.R.S., Walking, Swimming, and Flying.
Dr. W. B. Carpenter, LL.D., F.R.S., The Principles of Menial Physiology. Prof. James D. Dana, M. A., LL.D., On Cephalization; or, Head Domination in its relation to Structure, Grade, and Development.
Sir John Lubbock, Bart., F.R.S., The Antiquity of Man. Prof. S. W. Johnson, M.A., On the Nutrition of Plants.
Prof. Rudolph Virchow (of the University of Berlin), Morbid Physiological Action. Prof. Austin Flint, Jr., M.D., The Nervous System and its Relation to the bodily Functions.
Prof. Alexander Bain, LL.D., Relations of Mind and Body. Prof. W. D. Whitney, Modern Linguistic Science.
Prof. Balfour Stewart, LL.D., F.R.S., The Conservation of Energy. Prof. A. C. Ramsay, LL.D., F.R.S., Earth Sculpture.
Walter Bagehot, Esq., Physics and Politics. Prof. John Tyndall, LL.D., F.R.S., The Forms of Water, in Clouds, Rain, Rivers, Ice, and Glaciers.
Dr. H. Charlton Bastian, M.D., F.R.S., The Brain as an Organ of Mind. Dr. Henry Maudsley, Responsibility in Disease.
Herbert Spencer, Esq., The Study of Sociology. Prof. Michael Foster, M.D., Protoplasm and the Cell Theory.
Prof. William Odling, F.R.S., The New Chemistry. Rev. M. J. Berkeley, M.A., F.L.S., Fungi; their Nature, Influences, and Uses.
Prof. W. Thiselton Dyer, B.A., B.Be., Form and Habit in Flowering Plants. Prof. Claude Bernard (of the College of France), Physical and Metaphysical Phenomena of Life.
Dr. Edward Smith, F.R.S., Food and Diets. Prof. A. Quetelet (of the Brussels Academy of Sciences), Social Physics.
Prof. W. Kingdon Clifford, M.A., The First Principles of the Exact Sciences explained to the Non-Mathematical. Prof. A. de Quatrefages, The Negro Races.
Mr. J. N. Lockyer, F.R.S., Spectrum Analysis. Prof. Lacaze Duthiers, Zoology since Cuvier.
W. Lauder Lindsay, M.D., F.R.S. E., Mind in the Lower Animals.

 Professors H. Saint-Claire Deville, Berthelot, Wurtz, and Rosenthal, have engaged to write, but have not yet announced their subjects. Other eminent authors, as Wallace, Helmholtz, Parks, Milne-Edwards, and Haeckel, have given strong encouragement that they will also take part in the enterprise.

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An Important Work for Manufacturers, Chemists, and Students.

 

 

A HAND-BOOK

OF

CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY.

By RUDOLF WAGNER, Ph. D.,

PROFESSOR OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WURTZBURG.

Translated and edited, from the eighth German edition, with extensive Additions,

By WM. CROOKES, F. R. S.

With 336 Illustrations. 1 vol., 8vo. 761 pages. (Nearly ready.)

 

 

The several editions of Professor Rudolf Wagner's "Handhuch der Chemischen Technologie" have succeeded each other so rapidly, that no apology is needed in offering a translation to the public.

 Under the head of Metallurgic Chemistry, the latest methods of preparing Iron, Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, Copper Salts, Lead and Tin and their Salts, Bismuth, Zinc, Zinc Salts, Cadmium, Antimony, Arsenic, Mercury, Platinum, Silver, Gold, Manganates, Aluminum, and Magnesium, are described. The various applications of the Voltaic Current to Electro-Metallurgy follow under this division. The Preparation of Potash and Soda Salts, the Manufacture of Sulphuric Acid, and the Recovery of Sulphur from Soda-Waste, of course occupy prominent places in the consideration of chemical manufactures. It is difficult to over-estimate the mercantile value of Mond's process, as well as the many new and important applications of Bisulphide of Carbon. The manufacture of Soap will be found to include much detail. The Technology of Glass, Stoneware, Limes and Mortars, will present much of interest to the Builder and Engineer. The Technology of Vegetable Fibres has been considered to include the preparation of Flax, Hemp, Cotton, as well as Paper-making; while the applications of Vegetable Products will be found to include Sugar-boiling, Wine and Beer Brewing, the Distillation of Spirits, the Baking of Bread, the Preparation of Vinegar, the Preservation of Wood, etc.

Dr. Wagner gives much information in reference to the production of Potash from Sugar-residues. The use of Baryta Salts is also fully described, as well as the preparation of Sugar from Beet-roots. Tanning, the Preservation of Meat, Milk, etc., the Preparation of Phosphorus and Animal Charcoal, are considered as belonging to the Technology of Animal Products. The Preparation of the Materials for Dyeing has necessarily required much space; while the final sections of the book have been devoted to the Technology of Heating and Illumination.

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 "The subject-matter of the volume is divided under the heads of Neolithic, Cave Implements, and Implements of the River Drift, in each of which a classification is made of the forms peculiar to these periods, and, what is of the utmost consequence in a work of this character, it is illustrated by no less than 476 well-executed woodcuts.

 "In dealing with historic notices of stone and bronze weapons it might be thought that little could be added to the knowledge we already have; our author has, however, contrived to bring forward such a mass of fresh evidence from ancient authors as would alone have sufficed to shape the arguments of those who still deny the succession of the stone and bronze ages."—Athenaeum.

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THE WORLD BEFORE THE DELUGE

 

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