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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 32, Number 2, 2007

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TITLE Author Page
Number
Welcome to this Issue of the Bulletin 65
LOOKING BACK: EIGHTY-FIVE YEARS OF CHEMISTS
AND THEIR HISTORY
James J. Bohning
Lehigh University
66
HIST MISSION STATEMENT
81
COMMUNICATING THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY Paul R. Jones
University of Michigan
82
INFLUENCES OF HIST AND THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTY ON THE
COURSE OF CHEMISTRY, EXAMPLES OF SYNERGY
Jeffrey I. Seeman
Saddlepoint Frontiers
87
HIST 2007 STATE-OF-THE-UNION
97
LOOKING AHEAD: KEEPING HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY RELEVANT
TO THE FUTURE OF CHEMISTRY
Carmen J. Giunta
Le Moyne College
98
LETTER TO THE EDITOR William B. Jensen
University of Cincinnati
104
"MOLECULAR" VERSUS "COLLOIDAL": CONTROVERSIES IN BIOLOGY
AND BIOCHEMISTRY, 1900-1940
Ute Deichmann
Leo Baeck Institute London
and Institute of Genetics, University of Cologne, Germany
105
THEODOR VON GROTTHUSS (1785-1822) -- A TRAIL BLAZER Bruno Jaselskis, Carl E. Moore, and Alfred von Smolinsk
Loyola University of Chicago
119
CLEAR WATERS AND A GREEN GAS: A HISTORY OF CHLORINE AS A
SWIMMING POOL SANITIZER IN THE UNITED STATES
Kevin Olsen
Montclair State University
129
     
BOOK REVIEWS   141