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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 37, Number 2, 2012

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TITLE Author Page
Number
CHEMISTRY AS A TOOL FOR HISTORICAL RESEARCH:
IDENTIFYING PATHS OF HISTORICAL MERCURY POLLUTION
IN THE HISPANIC NEW WORLD
Saúl Guerrero
History Department, McGill University, Montreal
61
CHEMISTRY AS A TOOL FOR HISTORICAL RESEARCH:
ESTIMATING THE CONTRABAND OF SILVER FROM
POTOSÍ AND ORURO, 1576-1650
Saúl Guerrero
History Department, McGill University, Montreal
72
JOHN WILLIAM BAKER AND THE ORIGIN
OF THE BAKER-NATHAN EFFECT
Martin D. Saltzman
Providence College
82
THE PROCESS FOR 2,3,5-TRIPHENYLTETRAZOLIUM CHLORIDE
SYNTHESIS, AN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SEIZED IMMEDIATELY
AFTER WORLD WAR II
Michael Witty
Edison State College
91
THE KAMLET LABORATORIES COLLECTION AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
Dean F. Martin and Karina Bidani
Department of Chemistry, University of South Florida
96
     
BOOK REVIEWS    
100+ Years of Plastics: Leo Baekeland and Beyond E. Thomas Strom and Seth C. Rasmussen, Eds.,; 2011 102
Neither Physics nor Chemistry: A History of Quantum Chemistry Kostas Gavroglu and Ana Simões; 2012 103
African American Women Chemists Jeannette Brown; 2012 106