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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 33, Number 2, 2008

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TITLE Author Page
Number
ON THE DISCOVERY AND HISTORY OF PRUSSIAN BLUE Alexander Kraft
Gesimat GmbH, Berlin
61
THE HISTORY OF OZONE. VI. OZONE ON SILICA GEL ("DRY OZONE") Mordecai B. Rubin
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
68
THE CRUCIAL EARLY CONTRIBUTIONS OF F. R. JAPP TO A GENERAL SYNTHESIS OF IMIDAZOLE DERIVATIVES M. John Plater
Japp Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, University of Aberdeen
76
FROM DISULFIRAM TO ANABUSE: THE INVENTION OF A DRUG Helge Kragh
University of Aarhus
82
AMERICIUM - FROM DISCOVERY TO THE SMOKE DETECTOR AND BEYOND Keith Kosteka
Columbia College-Chicago, Illinois
89
THE GORDON RESEARCH CONFERENCES AS SCIENTIFIC INFRASTRUCTURE Arthur Daemmrich, Harvard Business School and
Leah Shaper, Freelance Science Writer
94
A HISTORY OF CARBOHYDRATE RESEARCH AT THE USDA LABORATORY IN PEORIA, ILLINOIS Gregory L. Cote and Victoria L. Finkenstadt
U. S. Department of Agriculture
103
LOST ARTIFACTS? THE SQUIBB MUSEUM William B. Jensen
Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
111
     
BOOK REVIEWS   112
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2009 EDELSTEIN AWARD   125
INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS   126