The story of nitrogen

by Fitzgerald, Karen.

Format: Print Book 1997
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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C.C. Mellor Memorial Library Children Non Fiction J 546.7 Fit
Location  C.C. Mellor Memorial Library
 
Collection  Children Non Fiction
 
Call Number  J 546.7 Fit
 
 
Summary
Explores the history of the chemical element nitrogen and explains its chemistry, how it is used in industry, and its importance in our lives.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Gr. 4^-6. From the publisher's First Books: Chemical Elements series, these volumes feature the origin, qualities, atomic structure, and usefulness of individual elements. Full-color photographs, charts, and period prints appear throughout the books. Most of the information is presented in a straightforward way, but each book also characterizes its subject in human terms. According to Fitzgerald, iron is dull to look at but strong underneath, like Superman disguised as Clark Kent. Nitrogen is like the shy guy at the party but "capable of fantastic things." The imaginative metaphors and coy humor would suit an even younger audience, but some of the science explained here is quite advanced for the elementary grades. With little else on the elements available for kids, however, these books will be useful in many libraries. --Carolyn Phelan"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Series First book.
Subjects Nitrogen -- Juvenile literature.
Nitrogen.
Publisher New York :Franklin Watts,1997
Other Titles Nitrogen
Language English
Description 63 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 59) and index.
ISBN 0531202488
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