Book ID: CBB000022990

Science and civilisation in China. With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü and Lu Gwei-djen. Vol. 5: Chemistry and chemical technology. Part 3: Spagyrical discovery and invention: Historical survey from cinnabar elixirs to synthetic insulin (1976)

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Needham, Joseph (Author)


Cambridge University Press


Publication Date: 1976
Physical Details: xxxv + 481 pp.; illus.; bibl.; index

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Review Multhauf, R.P. (1977) Review of "Science and civilisation in China. With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü and Lu Gwei-djen. Vol. 5: Chemistry and chemical technology. Part 3: Spagyrical discovery and invention: Historical survey from cinnabar elixirs to synthetic insulin". Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry (p. 64). unapi

Review Rattansi, P.M. (1976 (Nov. 12)) Review of "Science and civilisation in China. With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü and Lu Gwei-djen. Vol. 5: Chemistry and chemical technology. Part 3: Spagyrical discovery and invention: Historical survey from cinnabar elixirs to synthetic insulin". TLS: Times Literary Supplement (p. 1418). unapi

Review Greenaway, F. (1976) Review of "Science and civilisation in China. With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü and Lu Gwei-djen. Vol. 5: Chemistry and chemical technology. Part 3: Spagyrical discovery and invention: Historical survey from cinnabar elixirs to synthetic insulin". Nature (p. 300). unapi

Review Fruton, J.S. (1977) Review of "Science and civilisation in China. With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü and Lu Gwei-djen. Vol. 5: Chemistry and chemical technology. Part 3: Spagyrical discovery and invention: Historical survey from cinnabar elixirs to synthetic insulin". American Scientist (p. 383). unapi

Review Williams, T.I. (1977) Review of "Science and civilisation in China. With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü and Lu Gwei-djen. Vol. 5: Chemistry and chemical technology. Part 3: Spagyrical discovery and invention: Historical survey from cinnabar elixirs to synthetic insulin". Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (p. 41). unapi

Review Major, J.K. (1977) Review of "Science and civilisation in China. With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü and Lu Gwei-djen. Vol. 5: Chemistry and chemical technology. Part 3: Spagyrical discovery and invention: Historical survey from cinnabar elixirs to synthetic insulin". Technology and Culture (pp. 728-30). unapi

Review Samuel, E. (1977) Review of "Science and civilisation in China. With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü and Lu Gwei-djen. Vol. 5: Chemistry and chemical technology. Part 3: Spagyrical discovery and invention: Historical survey from cinnabar elixirs to synthetic insulin". American Historical Review (pp. 409-10). unapi

Review Ahonen, K. (1978) Review of "Science and civilisation in China. With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü and Lu Gwei-djen. Vol. 5: Chemistry and chemical technology. Part 3: Spagyrical discovery and invention: Historical survey from cinnabar elixirs to synthetic insulin". Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (pp. 87-89). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Needham, Joseph
Lu, Gwei-Djen
Yates, Robin D. S.
Combridge, John H.
Major, John
Journals
Annales, économies, sociétés, civilisations
Publishers
Cambridge University Press
Harvard University Press
Concepts
Science
Military technology
Technology
Acupuncture
Mines and mining
Places
Eastern Asia: China, Japan, Korea
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