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Familiar Letters on Chemistry

Justus Liebig (1803-1873)

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1. Section 00 – Preface/TOC
2. Section 01 – Letter I
3. Section 02 – Letter II
4. Section 03 – Letter III
5. Section 04 – Letter IV
6. Section 05 – Letter V
7. Section 06 – Letter VI
8. Section 07 – Letter VII
9. Section 08 – Letter VIII
10. Section 09 – Letter IX
11. Section 10 – Letter X
12. Section 11 – Letter XI
13. Section 12 – Letter XII
14. Section 13 – Letter XIII
15. Section 14 – Letter XIV
16. Section 15 – Letter XV
17. Section 16 – Letter XVI

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Justus von Liebig (1803-1873) was a German chemist who made major contributions to agricultural and biological chemistry and is known for his discovery of nitrogen as an essential plant nutrient. These letters “were written for the especial purpose of exciting the attention of governments, and an enlightened public, to the necessity of establishing Schools of Chemistry, and of promoting by every means, the study of a science so intimately connected with the arts, pursuits, and social well-being of modern civilised nations.”