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Heteronuclear proton assisted recoupling.
We describe a theoretical framework for understanding the heteronuclear version of the third spin assisted recoupling polarization transfer mechanism and demonstrate its potential for detecting
Tools for Reordering: Commonplacing and the Space of Words in Linnaeus's Philosophia Botanica
Focusing on the Philosophia Botanica, the popular classification handbook that he published in 1751, it can be shown that Linnaeus cleverly ordered and reordered the work by employing commonplacing techniques that had been part of print culture since the Renaissance.
Chemical knowledge in the early modern world
This newest annual edition of "Osiris" brings together a variety of scholars to consider a topic of increasing interest in the history of science: expertise. Focusing specifically on the role
Peter Walmsley : Locke’s essay and the rhetoric of science.
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The Language of Mineralogy: John Walker, Chemistry and the Edinburgh Medical School, 1750-1800
Contents: Introduction Who was John Walker? The life of a notable naturalist Sorting the evidence: analysis and the nomenclature of matter Becoming a naturalist: travel, classification and patronage
The Nature of Notebooks: How Enlightenment Schoolchildren Transformed the Tabula Rasa
  • M. Eddy
  • Education
    Journal of British Studies
  • 29 March 2018
Abstract John Locke's comparison of the mind to a blank piece of paper, the tabula rasa, was one of the most recognizable metaphors of the British Enlightenment. Though scholars embrace its impact on
The Interactive Notebook: How Students Learned to Keep Notes during the Scottish Enlightenment
Concentrating on the rich tradition of graphic culture that permeated Scotland’s universities during the long eighteenth century, this essay argues that student lecture notebooks were a sophisticated
The Rhetoric and Science of William Paley's Natural Theology
In this essay I suggest that William Paley's Natural Theology was rhetorical work written to appeal to an eighteenth-century British empiricist mindset. I begin by addressing the book's argument and