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[Article] João Paulo André (2018) Frederick Accum: An Important Nineteenth-Century Chemist Fallen into Oblivion. Bulletin for the History of Chemistry (pp. 79-89).
[Chapter] Meloni, Reginaldo Alberto (2014) Tools for Teaching Physics and Chemistry in Secondary Schools: The Case of the Colégio Culto à Ciência, Brazil, 1899--1902. In: Scientific Instruments in the History of Science: Studies in Transfer, Use and Preservation (p. 247).
[Chapter] Freitas, Valeria; Rangel, Marcio (2014) The Trajectory of Chromatography in Brazil: The Case of the Gas Chromatograph. In: Scientific Instruments in the History of Science: Studies in Transfer, Use and Preservation (p. 161).
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[Thesis] Quincy Marie Washa; Boantza, Victor (2019) Philosophical Saltpeter: The Origins and Influence of Gunpowder Technology and the Paracelsian Aerial Niter. University of Minnesota.
[Article] Carsten Reinhardt (2018) Introduction: Focus: What’s in a Name? Chemistry as a Nonclassical Approach to the World. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 559-564).
[Article] Alan J. Rocke (2018) Theory versus Practice in German Chemistry: Erlenmeyer beyond the Flask. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 254-275).