BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY
Volume 45, Number 1, 2020
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|Jean-Baptiste and Anselme Payen, Chemical Manufacturers in
Grenelle Near Paris (1791-1838)
|Die Chemie ist Schwierig: Winkler and the Discovery of Germanium||8-15|
|An Old English Pharmacy||Arthur Greenberg||16-21|
|Triply Formulated Nitrocellulose: Celluloid, Viscose and Cellophane||22-37|
|Forgotten Contribution of V. N. Ipatieff: Production of
Butadiene from Ethanol
|Science and Public Perception: The Miller Experiment||43-48|
|Liberating R. B. Woodward and the Woodward Research Institute
|Antimony, Gold, and Jupiter's Wolf
Reviewed by Carmen Giunta
|Women in Their Element: Selected Women's Contributions to the Periodic System
Reviewed by Mary Virginia Orna
|Annette Lykknes and
Brigitte Van Tiggelen, Eds.2019
|The Back Story
Sir Jack Baldwin, FRS
|Bulletin Editorial Staff||65|
|HIST Officers 2020||65|