The Atomic Debates: "Memorable and Interesting Evenings in the Life of the Chemical Society"

@article{Brock1965TheAD,
  title={The Atomic Debates: "Memorable and Interesting Evenings in the Life of the Chemical Society"},
  author={W. Brock and David B. Knight},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1965},
  volume={56},
  pages={5 - 25}
}
s only report speeches by Williamson, Brodie, Edward Frankland,83 William Odling,84 William Allen Miller, John Tyndall,85 George Carey 76 See note 74. over in the abstract. 77 Chem. News, 1869, 19: 284. 81 Chem. News, 1867, 15: 295. 78 Ibid., 20: 19. Mills' paper was unfor82 Divers, op. cit., p. xli. Cf. Brodie's lecture tunately never printed-undoubtedly it was "will always be memorable in the history of more philosophical than chemical-nor has the the Society," Chem. News, 1867, 15: 295… Expand

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