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Chemical Elements : How They Were Discovered (original 1980; edition 1982)

by D. N. Trifonov (Author), V. D. Trifonov (Author), O. A. Glebov (Translator), I. V. Poluyan (Translator)

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Title:Chemical Elements : How They Were Discovered
Authors:D. N. Trifonov (Author)
Other authors:V. D. Trifonov (Author), O. A. Glebov (Translator), I. V. Poluyan (Translator)
Info:Moscow, Russia : Mir Publishers,
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D. N. Trifonovprimary authorall editionscalculated
Trifonov, V. D.main authorall editionsconfirmed
Glebov, O. A.Translatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Poluyan, I. V.Translatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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About eighty years ago Clemens Winkler, the German chemist who discovered germanium which had been predicted by D. Mendeleev under the name of "eka-silicon", likened the world of the elements to the theatre stage where scene after scene is played out with elements, as characters.
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