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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 35, Number 2, 2010

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TITLE Author Page
Number
NEW EDITOR FOR THE BULLETIN 65
HISTORY OF HIST. II. ON PROBATION James J. Bohning
Lehigh University
66
HENRY EYRING: QUANTUM CHEMISTRY, STATISTICAL MECHANICS
THEORY OF LIQUIDS, AND SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURE THEORY
Douglas Henderson
Brigham Young University
81
FINDING EKA-IODINE: DISCOVERY PRIORITY IN MODERN TIMES Brett F. Thornton, Stockholm University, and
Shawn C. Burdette, University of Connecticut
86
AURORAL CHEMISTRY: THE RIDDLE OF THE GREEN LINE Helge Kragh
University of Aarhus, Denmark
97
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MERCURY LAMP Mordecai B. Rubin
Technion, Haifa, Israel
105
CARL BOSCH AND HIS MUSEUM Fathi Habashi
Laval University
111
FEUDING RULE MAKERS: ALEKSANDR MIKHAILOVICH ZAITSEV (1841-1910)
AND VLADIMIR VASIL'EVICH MARKOVNIKOV (1838-1904)
David E. Lewis
University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
115
     
BOOK REVIEWS   125
     
LOST ARTIFACTS? The Irving Langmuir Film William B. Jensen
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
134
RESPONSE TO PREVIOUS COLUMN: LOST ARTIFACTS? Anna Lea Painting William B. Jensen
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
134
     
AUTHOR INDEX, 1-35   135
SUBJECT INDEX, 1-35   137