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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 44, Number 1, 2019

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TITLE Author Page
Number
A Changing Curriculum: Pharmacological Texts at
the University of Paris in the Twelth and Thirteenth Centuries
Julianna Poole-Sawyer
1-9
Note: A Modern Scientific Interpretation of Joseph Priestley's Discovery of CO
Mary Ellen Bowden and
Dee Ann Castel
10-17
A Survey of History of Chemistry by Chemists Carmen J. Giunta 18-31
Oparin's Theory of Biogenesis: Biocolloidal or Biomolecular?
Nenad Raos
32-36
A School for Synthesis: R. B. Woodward and the
Woodward Research Institute Remembered
Kaspar F. Burri and
Richard J. Friary
37-50
The Recipients of the Dexter and Sidney M. Edelstein Awards:
Biographies of Men and Women of the History of Chemistry
An Enjoyable Journey Through Chemistry
Thomas A. Perfetti
51-61
     
BOOK REVIEWS    
The Posthumous Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Volume 1
Reviewed by Arthur Greenberg
E. Thomas Strom
and Vera V. Mainz, Eds.
2017
62-68
Classical Methods in Structure Elucidation of Natural Products
Reviewed by Jeffrey I. Seeman
Reinhard W. Hoffmann
2018
68-73
     
150 Years of the Periodic Table at Fall 2019 ACS Meeting   74
     
Instructions for Authors   75
     
The Back Story
Jeffrey I Seeman
76
     
Bulletin Editorial Staff   77
HIST Officers 2019   77

The Cover...Mugwort, from the Vienna Dioscorides manuscript (De Materia Medica). See p1.