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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 44, Number 2, 2019

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TITLE Author Page
Number
1860-1861: Magic Years in the Development of the Structural Theory of Organic Chemistry
David E. Lewis
77-91
The Kazan School of Chemistry: A Re-Interpretation
Nathan M. Brooks
92-99
Mendeleev, Meyer, and Atomic Volumes:
An Introduction to an English Translation of Mendeleev's 1869 Article

Supplemental Information
Gregory S. Girolami
and
Vera V. Mainz
100-108
Primary Documents: On the Atomic Volume of Simple Bodies
D. I. Mendeleev
Translated by
Gregory S. Girolami
and
Vera V. Mainz
109-115
Terpene Transformations and Family Relations: Vladimir Ipatieff
Christopher P. Nicholas
116-122
Early History of Polyaniline—Revisited: Russian Contributions of Fritzsche and Zinin
Seth C. Rasmussen
123-133
Chemist at War: World War II Roles of Jonas Kamlet, Consulting Chemist
Dean F. Martin
and
Marwa Elkharsity
134-138
     
BOOK REVIEWS    
The Posthumous Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Volume 2
Reviewed by Arthur Greenberg
E. Thomas Strom
and Vera V. Mainz, Eds.
2018
139-147
African American Women Chemists in the Modern Era
Reviewed by E. Thomas Strom
Jeannette E. Brown
2018
147-148
A Lab of One's Own: Science and Suffrage in the First World War
Reviewed by Connie Hendrickson
Patricia Fara
2018
149
From Transuranic to Superheavy Elements: A Story of Dispute and Creation
Reviewed by Paul J. Karol
Helge Kragh
2018
150-151
     
Instructions for Authors   151
     
The Back Story
Koji Nakanishi (May 11, 1925-March 28, 2019), Magician Supreme
Jeffrey I. Seeman
152
     
Bulletin Editorial Staff   153
HIST Officers 2019   153

The Cover...Did Markovnikov influence the structural theory of his teacher, Butlerov? See p77.