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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 25, Number 2, 2000

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TITLE Author Page
Number
THE 1999 DEXTER AWARD ADDRESS: A PLACE IN HISTORY:
WAS LINUS PAULING A REVOLUTIONARY CHEMIST?
Mary Jo Nye
Oregon State University
73
CHRISTOPHER H. PFAFF AND THE CONTROVERSY OVER VOLTAIC ELECTRICITY Helge Kragh and Malene M. Bak
Aarhus University, Denmark
83
GEORGE AUGUSTUS HULETT:
FROM LIQUID CRYSTALS TO STANDARD CELL
John T. Stock
University of Connecticut
91
LETTER TO THE EDITOR   98
MORRIS LOEB, WALTHER NERNST, AND THE TRANSFERENCE NUMBER John T. Stock
University of Connecticut
99
STEFANIE HOROVITZ, ELLEN GLEDITSCH, ADA HITCHINS,
AND THE DISCOVERY OF ISOTOPES
Marelene F. Rayner-Canham and Geoffrey W. Rayner-Canham
Sir Wilfred Grenfell College
103
ZOROASTER AND THE THEORY OF FOUR ELEMENTS Fathi Habashi
Laval University
109
IS SCIENCE A BROTHERHOOD? THE CASE OF SIEGRIED RUHEMANN Martin D. Saltzman
Providence College
116
D. STANLEY TARBELL (1913-1999) A MEMORIAL TRIBUTE   122
"WHAT'S IN A NAME?" FROM DESIGNATION TO DENUNCIATION --
THE NONCLASSICAL CATION CONTROVERSY
Stephen J. Weininger
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
123
     
BOOK REVIEWS   132
AUTHOR INDEX, 1-25   142
SUBJECT INDEX, 1-25   144