Atomic Theory: Its Application to Chemistry and Crystal Structure, with especial reference to the steady state of atoms. Albert Cushing Crehore.
Atomic Theory: Its Application to Chemistry and Crystal Structure, with especial reference to the steady state of atoms
Atomic Theory: Its Application to Chemistry and Crystal Structure, with especial reference to the steady state of atoms
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Writing Against Quantum Atomic Theory

Atomic Theory: Its Application to Chemistry and Crystal Structure, with especial reference to the steady state of atoms.

Cleveland, Ohio: The J.E. Johnson CO, 1942.

Figures and diagrams printed throughout the text. 1 vols. 8vo. Writing Against Quantum Atomic Theory. Original brown printed wrappers. Signed by author on front free end paper and below inscribed to his daughter Dorothy by the author. Item #317485

Albert Cushing Crehore (1868-1959), who graduated from Yale University in 1890, attended Johns Hopkins for a year before moving to Cornell, where he collaborated with Fredderick Beddell on research into alternating current.

By 1911, Crehore had started working on atomic theory, and developed his own theory of the atom that stood in stark contrast to quantum theory developed by Niels Bohr.

This copy is signed to his daughter, Dorothy.

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