George Liveing

George LiveingIn science, George Liveing (1827-1924) was a English chemist noted for his 1885 Chemical Equilibrium the Result of Dissipation of Energy, an early theoretical book in the development of the science of modern chemical thermodynamics. [1]

References
1. (a) Living, George. (1885). Chemical Equilibrium the Result of Dissipation of Energy. Publisher.
(b) Jensen, William B. (2005). “The Quantification of 20th-Century Chemical Thermodynamics: a Tribute to Thermodynamics and the Free Energy of Chemical Substances” (pdf), Lecture given at Boston Society Symposium on Classic 20th-Century Chemistry Textbooks, 230th meeting of the ACS, Washington, DC, Aug 29.

External links
George Downing Liveing – Wikipedia.
Living, G.D. (George Downing) (1827-1924) – WorldCat Identities.

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