The Making of Modern Science

The Making of Modern Science

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Chemists now had to think in three dimensions, and the spiralling DNA models are a contemporary example of this. Hofmanna#39;s models had been easy to depict but it was harder to draw vana#39;t Hoffa#39;s clearly, and just as crystallographers like William Hallowes Miller (1801a€”80) had fallen ... 63 And often the disembodied hands of the experimenter were shown, indicating how things should be manipulated.

Title:The Making of Modern Science
Author:David Knight
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2013-04-26


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