Edward Hitchcock classroom lecture notes, "Heat or Calorie"
|Creator||Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864|
|Title||Edward Hitchcock classroom lecture notes, "Heat or Calorie"|
|Abstract||Chemistry lecture notes by Edward Hitchcock discussing the chemical concepts of heat (or calorie) and affinity, as well as chemical elements and chemical compounds including potash, zircon, carbon, and many others. The sections on chemical elements and compounds include descriptions of the properties and examples of experiments that can be performed with those items.|
The notes are undated. Dates provided are taken from the dates of the series.
The original includes an apparently unrelated note to C. C. Bayley that has been treated as a separate object.
|Physical Description||1 item (131 pages) ; 25 cm|
|Place of Creation||Amherst (Mass.)|
|Subject||Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864 – Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc.|
|Subject||Chemistry – Study and teaching (Higher) – Massachusetts – Amherst|
|Part of||Edward and Orra White Hitchcock Papers|
|Finding Aid||View the finding aid for this item's collection|
|Repository||Amherst College Archives & Special Collections|
|Shelf Location||Box 10 Folder 4|
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