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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 28, Number 2, 2003

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Volume 28, Number 2, 2003

TITLE Author Page
Number
FRANCIS BACON: AN ALCHEMICAL ODYSSEY THROUGH THE NOVUM ORGANUM Pedro Cintas
University of Extremadura, Spain
65
ERNEST RUTHERFORD, THE "TRUE DISCOVERER" OF RADON James L. Marshall and Virginia R. Marshall
University of North Texas, Denton
76
JAMES BRYANT CONANT: THE MAKING OF AN ICONOCLASTIC CHEMIST Martin Saltzman
Providence College
84
ARTHUR SLATOR AND THE CHLORINATION OF BENZENE John T. Stock
University of Connecticut
95
THE ROLE OF CHEMISTRY IN THE OAK RIDGE ELECTROMAGNETIC PROJECT Clarence E. Larson*
101
POUNDING ON THE DOORS: THE FIGHT FOR ACCEPTANCE OF
BRITISH WOMEN CHEMISTS
Marlene F. Rayner-Canham and Geoffrey W. Rayner-Canham
Sir Wilfred Grenfell College
110
BOOK REVIEWS   120