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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 34, Number 2, 2009

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TITLE Author Page
Number
INTRODUCTION TO THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF "THEORY OF DISSOCIATION" William B. Jensen
University of Cincinnati
73
PRIMARY DOCUMENTS - "The Theory of Dissociation" A. Horstmann
76
AUGUST HORSTMANN AND THE ORIGINS OF CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS William B. Jensen
University of Cincinnati
83
A WOMAN IN BIOCHEMISTRY AND TOXICOLOGY
THE POLISH-BRITISH REFUGEE REGINA SCHOENTAL
Anthony S. Travis
Jacques Loeb Centre, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
92
SOME NOTES ON THE EARLY HISTORY OF NITRIC ACID: 1300-1700 Vladimir Karpenko
Charles Univeristy, Czech Republic
105
BRITISH WOMEN AND CHEMISTRY FROM THE 16th TO THE MID-19th CENTURY Marelene Rayner-Canham and Geoff Rayner-Canham
Sir Wilfred Grenfell College
117
AN 1815 PERSPECTIVE OF CHLORINE AS A CHEMICAL AGENT USED IN BLEACHING -
A SECTION FROM JAMES RENNIE'S ESSAY ON BLEACHING
Frederick G. Page
Wychbourne Kington Herefordshire HR5 3AQ. UK
124
ON TWO LETTERS FROM CASPAR NEUMANN TO JOHN WOODWARD
REVEALING THE SECRET METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION OF PRUSSIAN BLUE
Alexander Kraft
Gesimat GmbH, Berlin
134
THE BIOGRAPHY OF A PERIODIC SPIRAL Theodor Benfey
Guilford College and the Chemical Heritage Foundation
141
     
BOOK REVIEWS   146