The Techno-Chemical Receipt Book



This is one of those volumes you pack away for when civilization collapses, as it give the formulas for making from scratch glass, nitroglycerin, glue, and a thousand other handy things.

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     Posted By: Paul - Sun Sep 13, 2020
     Category: Science | Technology | Books | Nineteenth Century





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I have the descendant of this book titled "The Anarchists Cookbook" published some 90 years later.
Posted by KDP on 09/13/20 at 10:44 AM
Two of the most important books I own are "On Divers Arts" and "De re metallica." I also have a 1950s copy of "The National Formulary" (how to make medicines) and a 1930s chemistry textbook. A copy of this would fit right in.
Posted by Phideaux on 09/13/20 at 03:18 PM









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