Author:Thomas Thomson (1773-1852)

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Thomas Thomson
(1773–1852)
Scottish chemist, mineralogist. Editor of Annals of Philosophy. Sub-editor of the Encyclopaedia Britannica 1796-1800. Not to be confused with his son the botanist Thomas Thomson.
Thomas Thomson

Works[edit]

As Author[edit]

  • Survey of Chemistry (1802)
  • The Elements of Chemistry (1810)
  • History of the Royal Society, from its institution to the end of the eighteenth century (1812)
  • An Attempt to Establish the First Principles of Chemistry by Experiment (1825)
  • History of Chemistry (1830)
  • A System of Chemistry of Inorganic Bodies (1831)
  • Chemistry of Animal Bodies (1843)
  • Brewing and Distillation, (1849)

As Editor[edit]

  • Annals of Philosophy

Works about Thomas Thomson[edit]

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