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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 27, Number 1, 2002

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TITLE Author Page
Number
DEXTER AWARD 2001
Awarded Posthumouly to William A. Smeaton
  1
CUTTING-EDGE CHEMISTRY: SOME 19TH-CENTURY RUSSIAN CONTRIBUTIONS
Richard E. Rice
James Madison University
2
D. I. MENDELEEV'S CONCEPT OF CHEMICAL ELEMENTS
AND THE PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY
Masanori Kaji
Tokyo Institute of Technology
4
HYDRATING IONS IN ST. PETERSBURG AND MOSCOW;
IGNORING THEM IN LEIPZIG AND BALTIMORE
Richard E. Rice
James Madison University
17
NIKOLAI ZININ AND SYNTHETIC DYES: THE ROAD NOT TAKEN Nathan M. Brooks
New Mexico State University
26
THE BEGINNINGS OF SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY:
ZINC ALKYLS AND THE KAZAN' SCHOOL
David L. Lewis
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
37
CUTTING-EDGE CHEMISTRY: SOME 19TH-CENTURY RUSSIAN CONTRIBUTIONS.
A COMMENTARY
Seymour H. Mauskopf
Duke University
43
OPPOSITION TO THE FORMATION OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY:
NOTE ADDED IN PROOF
James J. Bohning
Lehigh University
46
FOUR GIANTS IN A COLLEGE CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT:
OBERLIN COLLEGE, 1880-1966
Norman C. Craig
Oberlin College
48
EDGAR BUCKINGHAM: FLUORESCENCE OF QUININE SALTS John T. Stock
University of Connecticut
57
DULONG AND PETIT: A CASE OF DATA FABRICATION? Carmen J. Giunta
Le Moyne College
62
     
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