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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 32, Number 1, 2007

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TITLE Author Page
Number
FIFTY YEARS OF THE DEXTER AND EDELSTEIN AWARDS 1
THE 2006 EDELSTEIN AWARD ADDRESS -
WRITING THE HISTORY OF MODERN CHEMISTRY
Peter J. T. Morris
Science Museum, London
2
A PERSONAL HISTORIOGRAPHY OF THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY SINCE 1956 Peter J. T. Morris
Science Museum, London
10
SCIENTIFIC BIOGRAPHY IN THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY:
THE ROLE OF DEXTER AND EDELSTEIN AWARD WINNERS
IN THE LAST FIFTY YEARS
Mary Jo Nye
Oregon State University
21
UNINTENDED TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER:
ACETYLENE CHEMISTRY IN THE UNITED STATES
Anthony S. Travis
Edelstein Center, Hebrew University
27
MAUVE AND ITS ANNIVERSARIES Anthony S. Travis
Edelstein Center, Hebrew University
35
THE HISTORY OF OZONE. V. FORMATION OF OZONE FROM
OXYGEN AT HIGH TEMPERATURES
Mordecai B, Rubin
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
45
     
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