Bibliography

The Nature of Matter


Kitchen Chemistry
by Robert Gardner
Julian Messner, 1988
Floating ice cubes in different liquids such as water and oil is just one experiment covered in this book that explores the nature of matter.

Eyewitness Science: Chemistry
by Dr. Ann Newmark
Dorling Kindersley Publishing, 1993
This book explores the amazing effect that chemistry has on every part of our lives--and why it is so important to our future.

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Thomas Harriot: Science Pioneer
by Ralph C. Staiger
Houghton Mifflin Company, 1998
This book provides the life and work of Thomas Harriot, a preeminent mathematician, chemist, botanist, and astronomer of the Elizabethan era.


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