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  • ISBN 0941901130
  • ISBN13 978-0941901130
  • Language English
  • Author Mary Ellen Bowden
  • Publisher Chemical Heritage Foundation (January 1, 1994)
  • Pages 96
  • Formats lit lrf lrf azw
  • Category Biography
  • Subcategory Professionals and Academics
  • Size ePub 1346 kb
  • Size Fb2 1555 kb
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This lively and profusely illustrated history of major developments in the American chemical industries focuses on the contributions made by winners of the Perkin and Chemical Industry Medals. An introductory section on the American Section of the Society of Chemical Industry is followed by chapters on electrochemicals; minerals and gases; synthetic organic chemicals; chemical education and industrial research; petrochemicals; nylon, rubber, and plastics; pharmaceuticals; communications and the environment; and the role of chemical industrialists. Appendices list chairmen of the American section and winners of the Perkin and Chemical Industry Medals.

Series: Chemical H (Book 14). Paperback: 96 pages. Publisher: Chemical Heritage Foundation (January 1, 1994).

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The Society of Chemical Industry (America Section) or SCI America is an independent learned society inspired by the creation of the Society of Chemical Industry (SCI) in London in 1881. Originally known as the New York Section, it was formed in 1894 and officially renamed the America Section in 1919. The main activity of the America Section is the awarding of several prizes in chemistry: the Perkin Medal, the Chemical Industry Medal and the Gordon E. Moore Medal.

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Chemical Achievers presents the lives and work of two types of achievers. In this lively and comprehensive collection of photographs and biographies, Bowden illuminates how much the chemical sciences owe to the individual achiever

Chemical Achievers presents the lives and work of two types of achievers. First are the historical greats, those chemical scientists most often referred to in introductory courses. Second are those scientists who made contributions in areas of the chemical sciences that are of special relevance to modern life and the career choices students will make. In this lively and comprehensive collection of photographs and biographies, Bowden illuminates how much the chemical sciences owe to the individual achiever. Over 150 images can be easily reproduced as overhead transparencies or other visual teaching aids.