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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 39, Number 2, 2014

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TITLE Author Page
Number
KINETIC VERSUS THERMODYNAMIC CONTROL: SOME HISTORICAL LANDMARKS William B. Jensen
Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati
107
ON THE FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF JULIUS ROBERT
MAYER:NEW TRANSLATION AND CONSIDERATION OF A REJECTED MANUSCRIPT

Carl E. Moore, Alfred von Smolinski, Albert Claus, Daniel J. Graham, and Bruno Jaselskis
Departments of Chemistry and Physics, Loyola University Chicago
122
EARLY PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY AT BRITISH PRIVATE GIRLS' SCHOOLS Marelene F. Rayner-Canham, Physics Department and Geoffrey W. Rayner-Canham, Chemistry Department
Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada
131
WILLIAM GILBERT MIXTER (1846-1936): A YALE CHEMIST WHO DESERVES
TO BE REMEMBERED
Ian D. Rae
University of Melbourne, Australia
138
OUROBOROS, A NEW ENGLAND CHEMISTS' CLUB Paul R. Jones
Ithaca, NY
145
HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY IN THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DIABETES AND DIGESTIVE AND
KIDNEY DISEASES (NIDDK)


Supplemental Information
Kenneth L. Kirk and Kenneth A. Jacobson
Laboratory of Bioorganic Chemistry, National Institutes of Health,
National Institutes of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIH, Bethesda, MD
150
     
BOOK REVIEWS    
Characters in Chemistry: A Celebration of the Humanity of Chemistry Gary D. Patterson and Seth C. Rasmussen, Eds.; 2013 166
Toxic Airs: Body, Place, Planet in Historical Perspective James Rodger Fleming and Ann Johnson, Eds.; 2014 168
The American Synthetic Chemicals Industry: War and Politics, 1910-1930 Kathryn Steen; 2014 170
Up from Generality: How Inorganic Chemistry Finally Became a Respectable Field Jay A. Labinger; 2013 173
     
COMMENT AND RESPONSE Review of Organic Chemistry Principles in Context: A Story Telling Historical Approach 175
Comment by Prof. Green   175
Response by Prof. Ramberg   178
     
ERRATA   181
     
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS   183
Bulletin Editorial Staff   184
HIST Officers 2014   184

The Cover ... Watercolor, girl evaporating a solution, St. Paul's School for Girls, London, 1930s. See p. 131.