A collection of photographs and biographical information intended to help teachers present qthe human face of science. ... The format and special binding of the book allow for easy conversion to overhead transparencies.q--Cover.In subsequent decades it gained momentum as more dyes were discovered and the science of organic chemistry was firmly established by ... of coke, the U.S. chemical industry did not make much progress in unraveling the subtleties of the unfamiliar coal-tar chemistry until the war ... Twitchell grew up in Cincinnati, where an extensive pork-processing industry provided fat for soap and candle makers.
|Title||:||American Chemical Enterprise|
|Author||:||Mary Ellen Bowden, John Kenly Smith|
|Publisher||:||Chemical Heritage Foundation - 1994-01-01|