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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 35, Number 1, 2010

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TITLE Author Page
Number
2009 EDELSTEIN ADDRESS -
SONS OF GENIUS: CHEMICAL MANIPULATION AND ITS SHIFTING NORMS
FROM JOSEPH BLACK TO MICHAEL FARADAY
Trevor Harvey Levere
University of Toronto, Canada
1
'AFINITY': HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT IN CHEMISTRY AND PHARMACOLOGY R. B. Raffa and R. J. Tallarida
Temple University School of Pharmacy (RBR) and
Temple University Medical School (RJT)
7
REVISITING PHARMACY MORIANEN: REVEALING FIRST TRACES OF
ELEMENTAL SILICON IN A LABORATORY ENVIRONMENT
Lars Hälldahl
K-analys AB, Uppsala
17
BÖTTGER'S EUREKA!: NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE EUROPEAN
REINVENTION OF PORCELAIN
Nicholas Zumbulyadis, Independent Scholar
(Retired, Eastman Kodak Research Laboratories, Rochester, NY)
24
REINVESTIGATING VESTIUM, ONE OF THE SPURIOUS PLATINUM METALS James L. Marshall and Virginia R. Marshall
University of North Texas, Denton
33
THREE CRUCIAL SCIENTIFIC OBSERVATIONS FROM MISTAKEN HYPOTHESES M. John Plater
University of Aberdeen
40
HENRY EYRING: A MODEL LIFE K. A. Dambrowitz and S. M. Kuznicki
University of Alberta
46
LOST ARTIFACTS? The Anna Lea Painting William B. Jensen
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
54
RESPONSE TO PREVIOUS COLUMN: LOST ARTIFACTS? Moore Portrait Collection William B. Jensen
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
55
     
BOOK REVIEWS   56
     
RECOLLECTIONS - KASIMIR FAJANS   62