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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 43, Number 2, 2018

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TITLE Author Page
Number
Profiles, Pathways and Dreams: From Naïveté to the HIST Award
Jeffrey I. Seeman
45-60
The Scientific Publications of Alexander Marcet

Supplemental Information
G. J. Leigh and
Carmen J. Giunta
61-78
Frederick Accum: An Important Nineteenth-Century Chemist
Fallen into Oblivion
João Paulo André 79-89
The Contributions of Radiochemistry to Mastering Atomic Energy for Weapons
C. H. Delegard, V. F. Peretrukhin,
and S. I. Rovny

90-101
Drugs That Shaped the FDA: From Elixir Sulfanilamide to Thalidomide
Jessica Epstein
102-110
Melville Sahyun: A Life in Biochemistry
M. R. V. Sahyun
111-124
Response to Review of A Tale of Seven Scientists
Eric R. Scerri
125-127
     
BOOK REVIEWS    
The Foundations of Physical Organic Chemistry:
Fifty Years of the James Flack Norris Award

Reviewed by Joseph B. Lambert
E. Thomas Strom
and Vera V. Mainz, Eds.
2016
128-130
     
Instructions for Authors   132
Bulletin Editorial Staff   133
HIST Officers 2018   133

The Cover ... Frederick Accum's best known work; see p 79 for more on Accum and p102 on his American successors.