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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 41, Numbers 1 and 2, 2016

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TITLE Author Page
Number
Addendum to “On the Discovery and History of Prussian Blue”
Alexander Kraft
1-2
Klaus at Kazan: The Discovery of Ruthenium
David E. Lewis
3-11
Emil Fischer's Sample Collection
David W. Moreland
and
Paul R. Jones
12-18
From Chemical Theory to Industrial Chemistry:
The Eclectic Career of Geoffrey Martin
William B. Jensen
and
Peter J. T. Morris
19-37
The Legacy of Tetraethyllead
Jessica L. Epstein
38-43
More Than Meets the Eye: Chemical Foundation Investments
in the Journal of Chemical Education
Tom Scheiding
44-55
Ethics of Chemical Weapons Research
Jeffrey Kovac
56-63
On the Origin of “Synthetic Metals”: Herbert McCoy, Alfred Ubbelohde,
and the Development of Metals from Nonmetallic Elements
Seth C. Rasmussen
64-73
COMMENT AND RESPONSE: Rediscovering Pyrotartaric Acid 74
     
BOOK REVIEWS    
A Chemical Life Joseph B. Lambert; 2015 75-76
The Matter Factory: A History of the Chemical Laboratory Peter J. T. Morris; 2015 77-79
     
Instructions for Authors   80
Bulletin Editorial Staff   82
HIST Officers 2016   82

The Cover ... A vial of phenylhydrazine from the lab of Emil Fischer. Copyright Deutsches Museum, Munich. See p 12.