Book ID: CBB000201776

From Coello to Inorganic Chemistry: A Lifetime of Reactions (2002)

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Basolo, Fred (Author)


Kluwer Academic


Publication Date: 2002
Physical Details: 266 pp., illus., bibl., index
Language: English

Description Autobiography of one of the leading inorganic chemists in America, who helped build the department of inorganic chemistry at Northwestern University.


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Review Munden, Christopher P. (2005) Review of "From Coello to Inorganic Chemistry: A Lifetime of Reactions". Chemical Heritage (p. 41). unapi

Review Kauffman, George B.; Kauffman, Laurie M. (2004) Review of "From Coello to Inorganic Chemistry: A Lifetime of Reactions". Foundations of Chemistry (p. 247). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Trevor W. Hambley
Brook T. Amos
Charles L. Amos
Lynn R. Sykes
Watson, James D.
Venter, J. Craig
Journals
Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, Fachgruppe Geschichte der Chemie
Journal of Chemical Education
Hyle
History of Psychology
Historical Records of Australian Science
Publishers
Prometheus Books
Garbely Publishing Company
Wiley-Interscience
Viking
Texas A&M University Press
Springer Science + Business Media
Concepts
Autobiographies
Inorganic chemistry
Chemistry
Psychology
Physics
Mathematics
People
Lynn R. Sykes
Freeman, Hans Charles
Olah, George Andrew
Watson, James Dewey
Venter, J. Craig
Teer, James G.
Time Periods
20th century
21st century
19th century
Places
United States
Germany
Australia
Institutions
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC)
University of Sydney
Human Genome Project
California Institute of Technology
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