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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Number 22, 1998

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TITLE Author Page
Number
THE 1996 DEXTER AWARD ADDRESS
CONTRASTS IN CHEMICAL STYLE: SIDGWICK AND EYRING.
Keith J. Laidler 1
MORRIS LOEB: OSTWALD'S FIRST AMERICAN STUDENT AND
AMERICA'S FIRST PHYSICAL CHEMIST.
Martin D. Saltzman 10
LATENT HEAT AND ELECTRODE POTENTIAL. John T. Stock 16
CALL FOR NOMINATION FOR DEXTER AWARD FOR 1999 20
THE WISWESSER-LOSCHMIDT CONNECTION. Alfred Bader 21
WHEN PIPERIDINE WAS A STRUCTURAL PROBLEM. Edgar Warnhoff 29
Book Notes.
Traces of the Past: Unraveling the Secrets of Archaelogy through Chemistry

Justus von Liebig: The Chemical Gatekeeper

A History of Metallurgy

Instruments of Science: An Historical Encyclopedia



Chemistry and the Chemical Industry in the 19th Century:
The Henrys of Manchester and other Studies


J. B. Lambert, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1997.

William H. Brock, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1997.

Fathi Habashi, Metallurgie Extractive Quebec, Sainte Foy, Quebec, 1994.

R. Bud, D. J. Warner, and S. Johnston, Ed., The Science Museum, London,
and National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington,
in association with Garland Publishers, Inc., New York, 1998.

Wilfred Vernon Farrar, Richard L. Hills, and W. H. Brock, Ed., Variorum,
Aldershot, Hampshire, Great Britain, 1997.
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