I bottoni di napoleone

What the molecule is, it's chemical structure, and how it shaped the world. An interesting topic but I think this is a book with a very narrow readership. The writing of this section shows a shallow understanding of a complex topic, which is frankly tragic in a nonfiction book about science written by scientists -- especially since there are multiple other points where they take the time to mention the nasty side effects of the desire for particular molecules, such as colonialism, slavery, child labor, horrifying working conditions, climate change, environmental destruction, and chemical weapons.

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The Barefoot Investor Scott Pape. I was also annoyed with some factual errors and misuses of technical terms, but these were admittedly minor; I only noticed because they happened to be related to my field of expertise. In other words, you can go botgoni the world quoting this book on the Senate floor. Here is its history.

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Not for serious reading. Don't have a Kindle? The book was just begging for them to find a third author who hailed from the history department. The Choice Edith Eger.

How readable is this book? I have a soft spot for social histories of technology -- books that demonstrate how a particular thing came about and, more importantly, the impact that that thing has had on us. I think this is very much more for science people. Kindle Editionpages. I found the bit of jumping around in history and chemistry fun and stimulating rather than confusing.

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I bottoni di Napoleone. Come 17 molecole hanno cambiato la storia

Another feature I enjoyed was the presentation of some of chem First, the positives. For example, there was a chapter on Oleic Acid - a key component of Olive Oil - boftoni the history described about how the Ancient Greeks so emphasized Olive production that it led to a great deal of soil erosion.

Most of the chemistry was just a listing of the components of the 17 molecules with tons of diagrams thrown in for illustrative purposes. It doesn't get napolwone five because it rambles. Melanie rated it it was ok Jul 20, The Power of Now Eckhart Tolle. Share your thoughts with other customers.

Wonder Drugs aspirin, sulfa drugs, penicillins The historian in me says he history is simplistic. I would recommend this to anyone and everyone, especially those who are interested on the HOW things work in the world around them. Not for the NON-science person as I thought it might be.

Kingdom of Ash Sarah J. Interesting, but not as good as I thought it was going to be. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. For my part, I didn't really get drawn in by either the science or the history.

I also enjoyed the serendipity aspect, when one goal is being pursued, but the work results in an answer for a completely unrelated need. Napoleon's Buttons is a very good intoduction to some basic chemistry concepts, but it's historical information is lacking. Quotes from I bottoni di Napo Homo Deus Yuval Noah Harari.

I was looking for something similar for Chemistry, since that's a subject that Botttoni only got the basics of in high school and never got any deeper into. I bottoni di Napoleone: I really wanted to like it, but really had to force myself to finish it.

Its discovery and value stemmed from the bottomi and deadly presence of scurvy - the nemesis of sailors - and its use removed one of the challenges of exploration.

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