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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 42, Number 1, 2017

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TITLE Author Page
Number
Chemists for the Common Good
Ursula Klein
1-6
The Changing Content of Conversations on Chemistry as a Snapshot of the
Development of Chemical Science
G. J. Leigh
7-28
Carbon Dioxide in Self-Rising Flour and Baking Powder:
A Study in Apparatus, Scheibler to Chittick
Frederick G. Page 29-45
After the Revolution:
Nikolai Matveevich Kizhner (1867-1935) in Soviet Moscow
Vladislav Suntsov
and
David E. Lewis
46-56
Carbide Chemistry and Oparin's Theory on the Origin of Life
Nenad Raos
57-62
Cuprene: A Historical Curiosity Along the Path to Polyacetylene
Seth C. Rasmussen
63-78
Commentary
Moving Past a Seminal Generation in the History of Chemistry: A Moment to Reflect
Jeffrey I. Seeman
79-80
     
BOOK REVIEWS    
The Chemist's War, 1914-1918
Reviewed by Roy MacLeod
Michael Freemantle
2015
81-82
     
Instructions for Authors   83
Bulletin Editorial Staff   84
HIST Officers 2017   84

The Cover ... Reaction scheme for the polymerization of acetylene to cuprene. See p 63.