Thomas Graham. I. Contributions to thermodynamics, chemistry, and the occlusion of gases

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Wisniak, Jaime;

Thomas Graham (1805-1869) is known as the founder of colloidal chemistry and for his fundamental research on the nature of phosphoric acid and phosphates, diffusion of gases, liquids, and solutions, adsorption of gases by metals, dialysis, osmosis, mass transfer through... View more
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