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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Chemistry World
June 26, 2014
Philip Ball
How the Pelican got its hue Pelican books were notable for that shade of blue veering towards turquoise, which chemists will recognize instantly as a copper pigment of some kind. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 20, 2014
The chemical history of the Durham Gospels With the advent of portable spectroscopic devices, the chemical makeup of pigments used can give us an extra way to understand the social and cultural conditions of the age. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 19, 2014
The colorful science Chemists and artists have been inspiring each other to more colorful heights for centuries. Philip Ball traces the development of paints and pigments. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 11, 2014
Bob Donaldson
The science and commerce of whisky For new students entering the industry, the balance of content is right. The book charts whisky's history and heritage, and clearly describes the basic chemistry behind the processes. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 9, 2014
Nina Notman
Explosive end for Japan's second world war chemical weapons Progress is finally being made rounding up and destroying deadly weapons left behind in China that are still maiming and even killing people today. mark for My Articles 182 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
May 28, 2014
Julia Hanna
Building Histories of Emerging Economies One Interview at a Time The unheard stories of emerging markets in Africa, Asia, and Latin America are being told on a new website by the Business History Initiative. mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 20, 2014
Andrea Sella
Stock's valve It is a belated tribute to Alfred Stock that in 2013, the United Nations Environment Program at last agreed in the Minamata Convention, to phase out almost all uses of mercury. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 17, 2014
Robert Jackson
UCL chemistry department: 1828--1974 As well as describing the history of University College London chemistry, this book mentions the staff, as well as information about the buildings occupied. There's plenty of chemistry as well, which is a very nice touch. mark for My Articles 224 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 1, 2014
Bibiana Campos Seijo
Indigo and Indian independence Indigo as a cash crop played a role in the early years of the Indian independence movement and of Gandhi becoming the leader of Indian nationalism. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 29, 2014
Andrea Sella
Rockwell's tester Stanley Rockwell US metallurgist (1886 -- 1940), developed a straightforward indentation method to measure hardness mark for My Articles
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