The anti-Phlogistic doctrine of M. Lavoisier critically examined, and demonstratively confuted

Publication Date1795
RemainderIn which its absurdities are exposed, and Clearly Proved to Arise from a Deficiency in its Principles; and That Defect is Supplied, and an Explanation Given, Upon Such Principles as Nature Evidently Employs and Reason Proves to be Indispensably Necessary. To which is added an appendix, consisting of strictures on Dr. Priestley's experiments on the generation of air from water; and of criticisms on the remarks made by the reviewers on the author's former writings. By E. Peart, M.D. &c
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