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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 28, Number 1, 2003

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TITLE Author Page
Number
THE 2002 EDELSTEIN AWARD ADDRESS -
TO BOND OR NOT TO BOND: CHEMICAL VERSUS PHYSICAL THEORIES OF DRUG ACTION
John Parascandola
National Library of Medicine
1
CHEMISTRY AND THE 19TH-CENTURY AMERICAN PHARMACIST Gregory J. Higby
American Institute of the History of Pharmacy
9
THE EARLY DAYS OF CHEMISTRY AT CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY Leopold May
The Catholic University of America
18
M. CAREY LEA, THE FATHER OF MECHANOCHEMISTRY Laszlo Takacs
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
26
ANDRES del RIO, ALEXANDER von HUMBOLDT, AND THE
TWICE-DISCOVERED ELEMENT
Lyman R. Caswell
Seattle, WA
35
FRITZ ARNDT AND HIS CHEMISTRY BOOKS IN THE TURKISH LANGUAGE Lale Aka Burk
Smith College
42
     
BOOK REVIEWS   54
     
Erratum   63