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Kekule Riddle: A Challenge for Chemists and Psychologists
John H. Wotiz
For most of the 20th Century Friedrich August Kekule’s name has been associated with the birth of structural organic chemistry, and the role of dreams in the creative process. This revisionist book re-examines how, why, and if Kekule merits this reputation, a reputation which often seemed unfounded. An international group of experts has contributed chapters examining specific aspects of the controversy. Their findings and conclusions stand on their own respective merits. The readers will find each chapter informative, well-researched, and often possibly contrary to views presently held. In the opinion of the editor the riddle has now been solved. This book will also stand as a valuable resource for future historians. Illus.
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