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Chemistry

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

A Law: notes from lectures on Chemistry by Joseph Black

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-1374
Scope and Contents The lectures on chemistry by Joseph Black consist of:
  1. 3 volumes of lecture notes (1775)
Dates: 1775

James Johnson: notes from lectures on chemistry by Joseph Black

 Fonds — Volume Dc.10.1
Identifier: Coll-1375
Scope and Contents The lectures on chemistry by Joseph Black consist of:
  1. 1 volume of lecture notes (1770-1775)
Dates: 1770-1775

Lecture Notes of John Robison

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-204
Scope and Contents Lecture notes from the time when Robison was Professor of Natural Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. The notes embrace the sciences of mechanics, hydrodynamics, astronomy and optics, together with electricity and magnetism.

It is assumed that these are Robison's own notes but this has not been verified.
Dates: c1779-c1801

Letter from Lord Kames to Joseph Black, 17 April 1775

 Item
Identifier: Coll-16/I/79-80
Scope and Contents Letter from Lord Kames to Joseph Black about chemistry and agriculture (with some notes by Black).
Dates: 17 April 1775

Letter from Lorenz Florenz Friedrich von Crell to Joseph Black, 22 January 1779

 Item
Identifier: Coll-16/I/87-88
Scope and Contents Letter from Lorenz Florenz Friedrich von Crell, a former student of Joseph Black, sending information about his work in chemistry.
Dates: 22 January 1779

Letter from Martin Wall to Joseph Black, 15 November 1780

 Item
Identifier: Coll-16/I/103-104
Scope and Contents Letter from Martin Wall to Joseph Black about a chemistry course at the University of Oxford and Black's chemical furnace.
Dates: 15 November 1780

Notes from Lectures by Joseph Black

 Fonds — Volume Dc.2.41
Identifier: Coll-1852
Scope and Contents Single volume, though one that has been part of a larger set, containing lectures given by Joseph Black, beginning 30 Oct 1782. The lectures are numbered 1 through to 59, with and indication that they were continued in a further volume (not present). The volume is paginated and bound between pages is a fold-out drawing, dated 1784, of a thermometer, marked with properties/states of various substances at specific temperatures.The author of the volume is unknown but was almost certainly one...
Dates: 1782-c1784

Notes from lectures by Thomas Charles Hope and Joseph Black

 Sub-Series
Identifier: Coll-1369
Scope and Contents 1 volume of lecture notes (1796-1797) taken down at lectures given by both TC Hope and Joseph Black
Dates: 1796-1797

Notes of Dr. Joseph Black's Philosophical Lectures on Chemistry

 Fonds — CLX-A-351: Series Coll-1835/21
Identifier: Coll-1847
Scope and Contents Three volumes of notes on Dr. Joseph Black's lectures on chemistry. The full title is: 'Notes of Dr. Black's Philosophical Lectures on Chemistry, Corrected and enlarged by the joint labor of George Buchan Hepburn and Alexander Law, advocates'. Manuscript, in a neat and legible hand, of notes of Black's course of 57 lectures on chemistry delivered from 13th June to 22nd December 1775.
Dates: 1775

Papers of Joseph Black and family

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-16
Scope and Contents 5 boxes of correspondence between himself and a variety of individuals (including James Watt, Prince Paul Dashkov, John Robison) and on a variety of subjects: linen bleaching, use of lime water, assays of ores, civic water supply, mineralogical specimens, absorption of heat etc 1 box of family letters between Black, his father and his brothers Samuel, George and Thomas ...
Dates: 1746-1799