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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Numbers 17 and 18, 1995

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TITLE Author Page
Number
The 1993 Dexter Award Address. Thomas Burr Osborne and Chemistry Joseph S. Fruton 1
Rachel Lloyd: Early Nebraska Chemist. Mary R. S. Creese and Thomas M. Creese 9
Bayer's Process for Alumina Production: A Historical Perspective. Fathi Habashi 15
Aleksandr Mikhailovich Zaitzev (1841-1910). Markovnikov's Conservative Contemporary David E. Lewis 21
Fritz Feigl (1891-1971). The Centennial of a Researcher Aida Espinola, Mario Abrantes da Silva Pinto,
and Claudio Costa Neto
31
Three Hundred Years of Assaying American Iron and Iron Ores. Kevin K. Olsen 41
Book Notes.
Chemical Sciences in the Modern World

Ideas in Chemistry. A History of the Science

My 32 Semesters of Chemistry Studies

The Quiet Revolution: Hermann Kolbe and the Science of Organic Chemistry

Edited by Seymour H. Mauskopf, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philaelphia, 1993.

David Knight, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ, 1992.

Vladimir Prelog, American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C., 1991.

Alan J. Rocke, University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA, 1993.
57
Credit and Erratum.   64