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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 31, Number 2, 2006

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TITLE Author Page
Number
THE ROLE OF THEORIES IN EARLY STUDIES OF CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIA Juan Quilez
Departamento de Fisica y Quimica. IES Benicalap
45
ERASMUS ON ALCHEMY William B. Jensen
University of Cincinnati
58
THOMAS MIDGLEY, JR., AND THE INVENTION OF
CHLOROFLUOROCARBON REFRIGERANTS:
IT AIN'T NECESSARILY SO
Carmen J. Giunta
Le Moyne College
66
CHEMISTS AND NATIONAL EMERGENCY: NIH'S UNIT OF
CHEMOTHERAPY DURING WORLD WAR II
Leo B. Slater
Office of NIH History and Museum
75
ELEMENT AND RADICAL: THE DIVERGENCE OF SYNONYMS James Togeas
University of Minnesota, Morris
81
     
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2007 EDELSTEIN AWARD   85
     
BOOK REVIEWS   86