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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Number 20, 1997

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TITLE Author Page
Number
THE 1994 DEXTER AWARD ADDRESS. WHAT WAS THE CHEMICAL REVOLUTION ABOUT? Frederic L. Holmes 1
THOMAS MARTIN LOWRY AND THE MIXED MULTIPLE BOND. Martin D. Saltzman 10
THE DOCTORAL THESES OF PIERRE ADOLPHE BOBIERRE. John T. Stock 18
OLD CHEMISTRIES. William D. Williams 24
A MORRILL HALL FOR CHEMISTRY. Paul R. Jones 27
THE YOUNG JOHANNES WISLICENUS IN AMERICA. Paul R. Jones 28
"BUT SHE'S AN AVOWED COMMUNIST!" L'AFFAIRE CURIE AT THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. Margaret W. Rossiter 33
MARTHA ANNIE WHITELEY: CHEMIST AND EDITOR. Mary R. S. Creese 42
THE HUNGARIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. Lyman R. Caswell 46
A STEREOCHEMICAL ACHIEVEMENT OF THE FIRST ORDER:
ALFRED WERNER'S RESOLUTION OF COBALT COMPLEXES, 85 YEARS LATER.
George B. Kauffman 50
WILLIAM DRAPER HARKINS: AN EARLY ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMIST IN MONTANA. Richard E. Rice and George B. Kauffman 60
Book Notes.
Explorations with Sugars: How Sweet It Was



Lavoisier in European Context: Negotiating a New Language for Chemistry


Raymond U. Lemieux, Profiles, Pathways, and Dreams Autobiographkes
of Eminent Chemists, Jeffrey L. Seeman, Series Ed.,
American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 1990.

Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent and Ferdinando Abbri, Ed., Science History
Publications/USA, Watson Publishing International,
Canton, MA, 1995.

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AUTHOR INDEX, NUMBERS 1-20.   73
SUBJECT INDEX, NUMBERS 1-20.   74