Author:Henry Bence Jones

Henry Bence Jones
(1813–1873)
M.D., F.R.S.; English physician and chemist
Henry Bence Jones

WorksEdit

  • Gravel, Calculus, and Gout, the application of Liebig's Physiology to these Diseases (1842)
  • Contributions to the chemistry of the urine (1845) (IA)
  • Contributions to the chemistry of the urine. Paper III (1849) (IA)
  • Animal Electricity (1852)
  • The Chemistry of Urine (1857)
  • Lectures on Animal Chemistry (1860)
  • Lectures on the application of Chemistry and Mechanics to Pathology and Therapeutics (1867)
  • Croonian Lectures at the College of Physicians on Matter and Force 12mo (1868) (IA)
  • Life and Letters of Faraday 2 vols. (1870) (transcription project), (transcription project)
  • Report on the Accommodation in St. Pancras Workhouse. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.

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