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QD25 .M2 A8 1618 [Info] Atalanta Fugiens, hoc est Emblemata Nova de Secretis Naturae Chymica (in Latin; Oppenheim, Germany: Ex Typ. H. Galleri, sumptibus J. Theodori de Bry, 1618), by Michael Maier
QD25 .M77 [Info] The Hermetic Museum (two volumes; London: J. Elliot and Co., 1893), ed. by Arthur Edward Waite (HTML at sacred-texts.com)
QD25 .R913 [Info] Lexicon Alchemiae Sive Dictionarium Alchemisticum (in Latin; Frankfurt: Z. Palthenius, 1612), by Martin Ruland
QD25 .S153 [Info] The Most Holy Trinosophia (in English and French, with commentary), by comte de Saint-Germain, ed. by Manly P. Hall (HTML at sacred-texts.com)
QD25 .T7713 1920 [Info] Splendor Solis: Alchemical Treatises of Solomon Trismosin, Adept and Teacher of Paracelsus (London: K. Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co., ca. 1920), by Salomon Trismosin, ed. by J. K. (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD25 .T88 1896 [Info] The Turba Philosophorum, or Assembly of the Sages, Called Also the Book of Truth in the Art and the Third Pythagorical Synod (London: G. Redway, 1896), ed. by Arthur Edward Waite (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD25 .U72 1690 [Info] Aphorismi Urbigerani, or, Certain Rules Clearly Demonstrating the Three Infallible Ways of Preparing the Grand Elixir, or Circulatum Majus of the Philosophers: Discovering the Secret of Secrets, and Detecting the Errors of Vulgar Chymists in Their Operations, Contain'd In One Hundred and One Aphorisms; To Which Are Added, The Three Ways of Preparing The Vegetable Elixir, or Circulatum Minus (London: Printed for H. Faithorne, 1690), by Baro Urbigerus, illust. by William Faithorne (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD26 .A75 [Info] A Suggestive Inquiry Into the Hermetic Mystery, With a Dissertation on the More Celebrated of the Alchemical Philosophers: Being an Attempt Towards the Recovery of the Ancient Experiement of Nature (Belfast: W. Tait, 1918), by Mary Anne Atwood, contrib. by Isabelle de Steiger and W. L. Wilmshurst (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD26 .T41 [Info] Thesaurus Incantatus: The Enchanted Treasure, or, The Spagyric Quest of Beroaldus Cosmopolita, In Which Is Sophically and Mystagorically Declared the First Matter of the Stone (London : T. Marvell, ca. 1888), by Arthur Machen (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD26 .T63 2013 [Info] Verse and Transmutation: A Corpus of Middle English Alchemical Poetry (Critical Editions and Studies) (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2013), by Anke Timmermann
QD27 .B75 [Info] The Sceptical Chymist, by Robert Boyle (page images here at Penn)
QD27 .G6 [Info] The Works of The Highly Experienced and Famous Chymist, John Rudolph Glauber (London: Printed by T. Milbourn, for the author, 1689), by Johann Rudolf Glauber, ed. by Christopher Packe (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD27 .P65 [Info] Directions for Impregnating Water With Fixed Air, In Order to Communicate to it the Peculiar Spirit and Virtues of Pyrmont Water, by Joseph Priestley (page images at wvusd.k12.ca.us)
QD27 .S34414 1785 [Info] Mémoires de Chymie de M. C. W. Scheele, Tirés des Mémoires de l'Académie Royale des Sciences de Stockholm (2 volumes, in French; 1785), by Carl Wilhelm Schéele, trans. by Claudine Poullet Guyton de Morveau
QD28 .B7 1807 [Info] Lectures on the Elements of Chemistry, Delivered in the University of Edinburgh by the Late Joseph Black (First American edition from the last London Edition, 3 volumes; Philadelphia: Printed for M. Carey, 1806-1807), by Joseph Black, ed. by John Robison
QD28 .D27 1812 [Info] Elements of Chemical Philosophy ("Part I vol. I" only volume published; London: Printed for J. Johnson and Co., 1812), by Humphry Davy (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD28 .D3 [Info] The Collected Works of Sir Humphry Davy, Bart. (9 volumes; London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1839-1840), by Humphry Davy, ed. by John Davy (page images at HathiTrust)
QD28 .F85 1810 [Info] An Essay on Combustion, With a View to a New Art of Dying and Painting: Wherein the Phlogistic and Antiphlogistic Hypotheses are Proved Erroneous (Philadelphia: J. Humphreys, 1810), by Mrs. Fulhame (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
QD28 .L433 1802 [Info] Elements of Chemistry in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries (5th edition, 2 volumes; Edinburgh: Printed for W. Creech, 1802), by Antoine Laurent Lavoisier, trans. by Robert Kerr
QD31 .M53 1897 [Info] The Principles of Chemistry (2 volumes, based on the Russian 6th edition; London et al.: Longmans, Green and Co., 1897), by Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev, ed. by T. A. Lawson, trans. by George Kamensky
QD31 .P36 1950 [Info] College Chemistry: An Introductory Textbook of General Chemistry (San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1950), by Linus Pauling, illust. by Roger Hayward (page images at HathiTrust)
QD31.2 .D52 1979 [Info] Chemical Principles (third edition; Menlo Park et al.: Benjamin/Cummings, c1979), by Richard Earl Dickerson, Harry B. Gray, and Gilbert P. Haight (PDF files at Caltech)
QD31.3 [Info] Chem1 Virtual Textbook: A Reference Text for General Chemistry (electronic edition), by Stephen Lower (illustrated HTML with commentary at chem1.com)
QD31.3 .C5 2010 [Info] CK-12 Chemistry (second edition, c2014), by Sharon Bewick, Richard Parsons, Therese Forsythe, Shonna Robinson, and Jean Dupon, contrib. by Jonathan Edge (multiple formats at archive.org)
QD31.3 .F56 2018 [Info] Chemistry (Houston: OpenStax, 2018), by Paul Flowers, Klaus Theopold, Richard Langley, and William R. Robinson (HTML and PDF at openstax.org)

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