Short Essays and Historical Reminiscences
Word Length: Articles should not exceed 2,500 words except in exceptional circumstances. Shorter articles are very welcome.
References: Please list references at the end of the article. Do not use formatted footnotes or endnotes. Use square brackets for footnote numbers in the text  not superscripts.
1. W.H. Brock, The Fontana History of Chemistry (London: Fontana, 1992).
2. Noel G. Coley, "Forensic Chemistry in 19th Century Britain", Endeavour, 1998, 22, 143-147.
3. Peter J.T. Morris, "The Eighteenth Century: Chemistry Allied to Anatomy", in Chemistry at Oxford: A History from 1600 to 2005, eds. Robert J.P. Williams, John S. Rowlinson and Allan Chapman (Cambridge: RSC, 2009), 52-78.
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