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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 29, Number 1, 2004

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TITLE Author Page
Number
THE 2003 EDELSTEIN AWARD ADDRESS -
MAKING CHEMISTRY POPULAR
David Knight
University of Durham, England
1
THE DISCOVERY OF LECITHIN, THE FIRST PHOSPHOLIPID Theodore L. Sourkes
McGill University
9
GABRIEL LIPPMANN AND THE CAPILLARY ELECTROMETER John T. Stock
University of Connecticut
16
KHEMYE: CHEMICAL LITERATURE IN YIDDISH Stephen M. Cohen 21
AN EARLY HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY AT TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
1925-1970*
Henry J. Shine
Texas Tech University
30
NOYES LABORATORY, AN ACS NATIONAL CHEMICAL LANDMARK:
100 YEARS OF CHEMISTRY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
Sharon Bertsch McGrayne 45
BOOK REVIEWS 52