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Chemical Heritage Fdn.
Chemical Sciences in the Modern World
Seymour H. Mauskopf
This compilation of essays by leading scholars is a detailed and systematic study of the history of the modern chemical sciences. Part 1 deals with the experimental generation of new chemical knowledge, the nature of theories about chemical knowledge, and the reception of new knowledge and theories by the chemical community. Part 2 is devoted to the development of modern industrial chemistry. Part 3 is concerned with preserving archives and artifacts owned by public and private institutions, and with making the history of chemistry accessible to persons interested but not trained in history. Part 4 discusses future prospects for the history of the chemical sciences, addressing questions about methodology, audience, and new directions for research. Illus.
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