BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY
Number 7, Fall 1990
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|The Reception of Hydrogen Bonding. The response of the chemical community in the period 1920-1937||Denis Quane||3|
|Joseph W. Mellor. A tribute to the master textbook author of all times||Fathi Habashi||13|
|The Genesis of Electrogravimetry. On the development of the first
important application of electrochemistry to chemical analysis
|John T. Stock||17|
|Between Two Stools. Kopp, Kolbe and the history of chemistry||Alan J. Rocke
|Chemical Artifacts. The Butlerov Museum at the University of Kazan||John H. Wotiz||24|
|Diversions and Digressions. Kekule was vain and van't Hoff
was high strung - Harry Jones meets the famous and comments
|William B. Jensen||26|
All That Glitters. Readings in Historical Metallurgy
Petrochemicals: The Rise of an Industry
Motion Toward Perfection: The Achievement of Joseph Priestley
Chemistry As Viewed From Bascom Hill. A History of the
Chemistry Department at the University of Wisconsin in Madison
Michael L. Wayman, Ed., The Metallurgical Society
of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Montreal, 1989.
Peter H. Spitz, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1988.
A. Truman Schwartz and John G. McEvoy, Eds., Skinner House Books, Boston, MA, 1990.
Aaron J. Ihde, Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 1990.
Events of Interest
|From the Editor's Desk.||36|
|Parting Shots. Reinventing the Hofmann Sodium Spoon||William B. Jensen||38|
|Future Issues. A preview of what's to come||39|