BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY
Volume 45, Number 2, 2020
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|Letters to the Editor||65-66|
|From “Blue Pills” to the Minamata Convention: Mercury, a Singular Metal||67-79|
|Introduction to a Translation of “Ueber Nitrohydrochinon” by Karl Elbs||80-81|
|Primary Documents: On Nitrohydroquinone||81-83|
|Edith Pechey and Professor Crum Brown:
A Key Part of the Edinburgh Seven Saga
|From Polymer to Macromolecule: Origins and
Historic Evolution of Polymer Terminology
|Dr. Fritz J. Hansgirg and Heavy Water Production:
The Untold Story
|In Rembrance of I. Berhard Cohen||120-122|
|A Field on Fire: The Future of Environmental History
Reviewed by Carmen Giunta
|Mark D. Hersey and
Ted Steinberg, Eds.
|Instructions for Authors||126|
|The Back Story
Carl Djerassi (1923-2015). The Man of Multiple Lives
|Bulletin Editorial Staff||129|
|HIST Officers 2020||129|