BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY
Volume 41, Numbers 1 and 2, 2016
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|Addendum to “On the Discovery and History of Prussian Blue”||1-2|
|Klaus at Kazan: The Discovery of Ruthenium||3-11|
|Emil Fischer's Sample Collection||and||12-18|
|From Chemical Theory to Industrial Chemistry:
The Eclectic Career of Geoffrey Martin
|The Legacy of Tetraethyllead||38-43|
|More Than Meets the Eye: Chemical Foundation Investments
in the Journal of Chemical Education
|Ethics of Chemical Weapons Research||56-63|
|On the Origin of “Synthetic Metals”: Herbert McCoy, Alfred Ubbelohde,
and the Development of Metals from Nonmetallic Elements
|COMMENT AND RESPONSE: Rediscovering Pyrotartaric Acid||74|
|A Chemical Life||Joseph B. Lambert; 2015||75-76|
|The Matter Factory: A History of the Chemical Laboratory||Peter J. T. Morris; 2015||77-79|
|Instructions for Authors||80|
|Bulletin Editorial Staff||82|
|HIST Officers 2016||82|