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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 27, Number 2, 2002

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TITLE Author Page
Number
THE HISTORY OF OZONE. II. 1869-1899 (1) Mordecai B. Rubin
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
81
FRANCIS HOME AND JOSEPH BLACK: THE CHEMISTRY AND TESTING OF ALKALINE
SALTS IN THE EARLY BLEACHING AND ALKALI TRADE
Frederick G. Page
University of Leicester
107
THE OSTWALD-GIBBS CORRESPONDENCE:
AN INTERESTING COMPONENT IN THE HISTORY OF THE ENERGY CONCEPT
Carl E. Moore, Alfred von Smolinski, and Bruno Jaselskis
Loyola University, Chicago
114
THE NATURAL DEFENSE OF A SCIENTIFIC PEOPLE:
THE PUBLIC DEBATE OVER CHEMICAL WARFARE IN POST-WWI AMERICA
Andrew Ede
University of Alberta
128
CHEMISTRY AT RICE, 1912 TO 1998 Edward S. Lewis
Rice University
136
     
BOOK REVIEWS   145