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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 26, Number 2, 2001

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TITLE Author Page
Number
THE 2000 DEXTER AWARD ADDRESS
CELEBRITY CULTURE IN PARISIAN CHEMISTRY
Alan J. Rocke
Case Western University
81
OPPPOSITION TO THE FORMATION OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY James J. Bohning
Lehigh University
92
NIEPCE DE SAINT-VICTOR AND THE DISCOVERY OF RADIOACTIVITY Fathi Habashi
Laval University, Quebec, Canada
104
THE HARE-CLARKE CONTROVERSY OVER
THE INVENTION OF THE IMPROVED GAS BLOWPIPE
Martin D. Saltzman
Providence College
106
THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF CYRUS MOORS WARREN
TO THE ANALYSIS OF HYDROCARBONS
Martin D. Saltzman
Providence College
112
RECIPROCAL SOLUBILITY INFLUENCE IN SALT MIXTURES.
THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF WALTHER NERNST AND OF ARTHUR NOYES
John T. Stock
University of Connecticut
118
A PHILOSOPHICAL COMMENTARY ON GIUNTA'S CRITIQUE
OF NEWLANDS' CLASSIFICATION OF THE ELEMENTS
Eric R. Scerri
University of California, Los Angeles
124
A RESPONSE TO SCERRI'S COMMENTARY Carmen J. Giunta
Le Moyne College
130
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE EDELSTEIN AWARD 2002   133
     
BOOK REVIEWS   134