An explanation and discussion of the rational formulae of the principal classes of inorganic salts: prize essay, University College, London, by Edward Ballard.
An explanation and discussion of the rational formulae of the principal classes of inorganic salts: prize essay, University College, London, by Edward Ballard
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- Dates of Creation1839-1840
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 volume, with 2 loose insertions between ff.51-52 Notebook with marbled boards, text foliated 1-57, 8 blanks
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Edward Ballard, born in Islington in 1820, studied at University College medical school, London (MB 1843, MD 1844). He was a medical tutor at University College from 1853 until his death, but also held a number of public health appointments, including medical officer of health in Islington, 1859-1871, and medical officer of the local government board, 1871-1892. His publications included works relating to digestion and diseases of the abdomen.
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