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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 30, Number 1, 2005

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TITLE Author Page
Number
THE 2004 EDELSTEIN AWARD ADDRESS -
THE DEEP HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY
Jospeh B. Lambert
Northwestern University
1
GRANVILLE PERKINS AND LEPROSY CHEMOTHERAPY IN THE PHILLIPINES Ian D. Rae
University of Melbourne
10
KARL ELBS, 1858-1933 E. J. Behrman
Dept. of Biochemistry, The Ohio State University
19
THE HEART OF STEEL:
A METALLURGICAL INTERPRETATION OF IRON IN HOMER
Ruth Russo
Whitman College
23
FRIEDLIEB RUNGE AND HIS CAPILLARY DESIGNS Ernst F. Schwenk
Wiesbaden, Germany
30
JOHN HUGHES DAVIES. THE EFFECT OF THE
SILENT ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE ON THE AMMONIA SYSTEM
John T. Stock
University of Connecticut
35
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION
AT LAFAYETTE COLLEGE
Roger A. Egolf
Pennsylvania State University
41
     
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