Richard Chenevix, un gran quimico desconocido. Parte 1. Resumen de su vida e investigación en niquel, paladio, arsénico y antimonio

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Richard Chenevix (1774-1830), an analytical chemist and man of letters, carried on the analysis of many minerals, proposed a large
number of changes to the new nomenclature promoted by the French chemists, and originated an acrid and wrong discussion regarding the nature of palladium. He was also an active critic of the German system called natural philosophy, as well as the crystallographic theories of Christian Samuel Weiss, and the chemical classification of Abraham Gottlob Werner. These topics are discussed on this and the following
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)49-55
Number of pages7
JournalAnales de Quimica de la RSEQ
StatePublished - 2014


  • Acetates
  • acetone
  • chlorine
  • mineralogy
  • chemical nomenclature

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