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Table of Contents

No.1 (March 1974)
PREFACE
   Bun-ichi TAMAMUSHI: On the Occasion of the First Issue of the Society’s Journal ,(1)
ARTICLES
   Hajime KASHIWAGI: History of Chemistry , By Whom , For Whom : Concerning its Historiography ,(2)
   Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Beginning of Sulfuric Acid Industry in Japan : Sulphic Acid Plant of Imperial Mint ,(11)
   Tokumichi TUKAHARA: Studies on Ryutaro TSUCHIDA (Part 1) : On His New Simple Valance Theory , (23)
   Masanori ONUMA: On the Theory of Chemical Combination of Lewis and Bohr, (31)
LETTER
   Sumio MITSUI : The Beginning of the Atomistic Teaching of Chemistry in the Secondary School Education in Japan, (38)
TRANSLATION
   (trans by Chiyoko FUJISAKI ) A.L. Parson, A Magneton Theory of the Structure of the Atom ( Part 1) ,(42)
BOOK REVIEWS
   Hajime KASHIWAGI on C.A. Russel (introd.) , Essai sur la théorie des proportions chimique et sur l’influence chimique de l’electricité by Jöns Jakob Belzelius, (50)
DISCUSSION
   Minoru TANAKA: About the 14th International Congress of the History of Science ( XIV CIHS), Section of History of Chemistry , (10)
   Yoshito HIJIKOKA: A Feeling of Discord at the First Meeting of the Society for the History of Chemistry, (53)
SOCIETY INFORMATION, (54)
OPENING GENERAL MEETINGS (1974) , Program, (55)

No.2 ( August 1974)
PREFACE
  Isamu NITTA: Hoping Sound Development of Research in the Field of the History of Chemisty, (1)
ARTICLES
   Shintaro TANABE: On a Trend towards Quantum Chemistry, (3)
   Kiyohisa FUJII: Mitsuru KUHARA’s Studies on Beckmann Rearrangement, (11)
   Tadashi YOSHIDA: Repulsion Force, Air , Vapour : Newton, Hales, Desagulier ,(16)
   Yoshito HIJIOKA: William Higgins and the Atomic Theory, (24)
TRANSLATION
   ( trans. by Shigeki SAITO ) A. Avogadro, Sur les masses relatives des molecules des corps simples, (40)
BOOK REVIEWS
   Kiyohisa FUJII on Arnold Thackray, John Dalton: Critical Assessment of His Life and Science, (51)
MISCELLANEOUS
   The 14th International Congress of the History of Science ( XIV CIHS ), Section of the History of Chemistry, List of Lecturers and the Subjects, (54)
SOCIETY INFORMATION, (46,55)

No.3 ( August 1975)
ARTICLES
  San-ichiro MIZUSHIMA: Recollections of the Early Days of What is now called “Structural Chemistry”, (1)
  Shintaro TANABE: Historiography of Chemistry and Structurism, (4)
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: On the Employment of R. Finch : In Connection with the Sulfuric Acid Plant of Imperial Mint, (11)
SOURCE
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: Ambix in the latest 11 years, (18)
BOOK REVIEWS
  Kiyohisa FUJII on T.H. Levere, Affinity and Matter: Elements of Chemical Philosophy 1800-1865, (47)
LIST OF MEMBERS, (50)
SOCIETY INFORMATION, (46,55)

No.4 ( November 1975)
ARTICLES
  Munio KOTAKE: Dr. SAKURAI and Dr. NAGAI, (1)
  Kiyohisa FUJII: Atomic Theory in the First Half of the Meiji Era, (5)
LETTER
  Kaoru NAKAMURA: Harris’s School of Physics and Chemistry in Doshisha : An Example of Private School of Chemical Sciences in the Middle of the Meiji Era, (16)
EXPLANATION
  Masayoshi OIWA: Hikoma UENO , Seimi-kyoku Hittei ( Vade Mecum For The Chemical Laboratory ), (20)
TRANSLATIONS
  (trans. by Shin MUTO ) A.L. Lavoisier, Memoire sur la combustion en general (27)
  ( trans. by Chiyoko FUJISAKI ) A.L. Parson, A Magneton Theory of the Structure of the Atom ( Part II, III ), (34)
MISCELLANEOUS
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: Ambix in the latest 11 years, Appendix, (48)
SOCIETY INFORMATION, (28)

No.5 ( December 1976)
ARTICLES
  Tetuso NOZOE: Reminiscences on the Early Hisrtory of Tropoid Chemistry, (1)
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: Butlerov: Contact With the Western Europe, (12)
  Tokumichi TSUKAHARA: Studies on Ryutaro TSUCHIDA ( Part 2 ), On the New Simple Valance Theory and the Rule of Elctron Pair Repulsion, (29)
EXPLANATION
  Kozo HIROTA: Development of Chemistry in Japan , Besed on Research in Physical Chemistry, (36)
LETTER
  Hajime SODA: Comments on the Some Thesis printed in No.4, (44)
BOOK REVIEWS
  Yukichi YOSHINO on Hisateru OKUNO (ed.), Kigaku no Hakken to Kenkyu : Kagaku no Genten 9 ( Discvery and Studies on Rare Gas Elements : Originals in Chemistry Vol.9 ), (47)
MISCELLANEOUS, SOCIETY INFORMATION , (35)

No.6 ( June1977)
ARTICLES
  Kenjiro KIMURA: The Discovery of Hafnium and the Beginning of X-Ray Spectrographic Analysis, (1)
  Yasuo KAWARABAYASHI: A Profile of the History of Chemistry Movement in America : On the Influences of Edgar Fahs Smith, (6)
  Hisao SHIOKAWA: R.W. Atokinson’s Study on the Water Suply of Tokyo, (20)
LETTERS
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Markownikoff’s Rule : its Historical Background and Original Meaning, (25)
  Tokumichi TSUKAHARA: Seeking for the Tomb of Hermann Ritter, (27)
EXPLANATION
  Ken-ichi HIGASHI: Fifty Years of Quantum Chemistry and its Contribution to the Advancement of the Electronic Theory of Organic Chemistry, (29)
TRANSLATION
   (trans. by Shigeki SAITO ) M.A.A. Gaudin , Reserches sur la Structuree intime des Corps inorganiques difinis, (33)
BOOK REVIEWS
   Tomohiko SASAKI on Hideo KOJIMA (ed.), Hanno-sokudo-ron : Kagaku no Genten 5 ( Chemical Kinetics : Originals in Chemistry Vol.5 ), (40)
   Norio OKUDA on Hisateru OKUNO (ed.), Genso no Shuki-kei : Kagaku no Genten 8 ( Periodical System of Elements : Originals in Chemistry Vol.8 ), (42)
   Makoto TAKAHASHI on Osamu SHIMAMURA (ed.), Yuki-densi-setsu : Kagaku no Genten 12 (Electronic Theory in Organic Chemistry : Originals in Chemistry Vol.12) ,(43)
LIST OF NEW MEMBERS, (45)
SOCIETY INFORMATION, (39,44)
GENERAL TABLE OF CONTENTS NO.1- NO.6 ( JAPANESE ) , (49)

No.7 ( June1978)
ARTICLES
  Kumasaburo KODERA: Progress of Molecular Beam Studies in Japan, (1)
  Kiyohisa FUJII: Chemistry in the Positive Philosophy of A. Comte, (9)
  Hisao SHIOKAWA: On the Analysis of the Drinking Water in the First Half of the Meiji Era, (20)
LETTERS
  Masaru OHSAKU and Hisao NEGITA: A Brief History of Structural Chemistry on Indigo , (27)
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Cannizzaro as an Organic Chemist and his Days, (32)
EXPLANATION
  Hisashi KUBOTA: Career and Academic Achievements of the Late Dr. M.KOTAKE, (34)
  Yoshito HIJIOKA, Masao UCHIDA, Kotoyo TOKUMOTO and Toshie Komine : Review of Studies of John Dalton (1766- 1844), (53)
LIST OF NEW MEMBERS, (53)

No.8 (October 1978)
ARTICLES
  Bun-ichi TAMAMUSHI: The Way to Surface Chemistry : In Memory of Centennial Birth fo Prof. Masao KATAYAMA, (1)
  D.M. Knight : Chemistry in Britain at the End of the Nineteenth Century, (7)
DISCUSSION
  Nozomu YAMAOKA: Let’s Circulate Our Own Library Catalogues of the History of Chemistry , (18)
ELOGE
  Hisateru OKUNO, Minoru IMOTO, Eiji SUITO and Hiroshi WATANABE: Memorial Tributes to the Late Prof. Nozomu YAMAOKA, (19)
  Nozomu YAMAOKA: Liebig and I ( Commemoration Lecture at the Opening Ceremony of the Japanese Society for the History of Chemistry ), (23)
  Career of Prof. YAMAOKA and Bibliography of his Works, (26)
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING FOR THE YEAR 1978: Program and Summaries, (29)

No.9 ( February 1979)
ARTICLES
  Yasuo KAWARABAYASHI: The Organization and Activities of the Division of Chemical Education of the American Chemical Society in its Early Period , 1, (1)
  Ken-ichi FURUYA: Industrial Analytical Chemistry in 1917- 1920 Judge Suifur in Pig Iron , (9)
LETTER
  Ryuichiro SUGISHITA: Artists Materials as Sources for the History of Science, (19)
EXPLANATION
  Taro TACHIBANA: Academic Achievements of DR. Jitsusaburo SAMESHIMA, Part1 , (23)
ELOGE
  Ken-ichi HIGASHI, Norio OKUDA and Masao UCHIDA: Memorial Tributes to the Late Prof. Minoru TANAKA, (37)
SOURCES
  Hisateru OKUNO: Part of My Own Library Catalogue, (39)
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: The List of Alembic Club Reprints, (40)
BOOK REVIEWS
  Shin MUTO on Nozomu Yamaoka, Kagakushi Din ( Fragments on the History of Chemistry ), (41)
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI on J.W. van Spronsen, The Periodic System of Chemical Elements (trans. by Shimabara) , (42)
LIST OF NEW MEMBERS, (44)

No.10 ( June 1979)
ARTICLES
  Taku UEMURA: Urbain and Perrin: Some Memories in France, (1)
  Kiyoshi FUJII: Formation of the Le Chatelier Principle : Analogical Imagination in Chemistry, (5)
  Tetusya KAMEYAMA and Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Rinji Chisso Kenkyu-jo ( The Government’s Temporary Nitrogen Research Laboratory ) : On the Background of the Foundation , (15)
  Yasuo KAWARABAYASHI: The Organization and Activities of the Division of Chemical Education of the American Chemical Society in its Early Period , II, (27)
EXPLANATION
  Taro TACHIBANA: Academic Achievements of DR. Jitsusaburo SAMESHIMA, Part 2 , (39)
BOOK REVIEW
  Shintaro TANABE on Mendeleev, The Principles of Chemistry ( tr. by T. Tanaka and Y. Fukuwatari ), (48)
LIST OF NEW MEMBERS, (52)

No.11 ( October 1979)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING FOR THE YEAR 1979: Program and Summaries, (1)
BOOK REVIEWS
  Makoto OHNO on David M. Knight, The Transcendental Part of Chemistry, (42)
  Jun UMEDA on Alleged Divorce should be realized : Comment to the Brush’s Papers on Chemical Education, (46)
GENERAL TABLE OF CONTENTS NO.1-NO.10 (JAPANESE)

No.12 ( March 1980)
ARTICLES
  Hisateru OKUNO: The Discovery and Study of the Radioisotopes, (1)
  Yuko ABE: On the Formation of Pauling’s Valance and Bond Theory, (10)
EXPLANATION
  Ryozo GOTO: Academic Career and Achievements of Professor Mitsuru KUHARA ,I, (20)
SOURCES
  Kozo HIROTA: Whose Pen Name is “Butsuan”? An Answer to Mr. Minoru TANAKA, (31)
   A Letter from Late Dr. YAMAOKA, (34)
   Kiyohisa FUJII: Chymia, Contents of Every Volume and Subject Indexes, (36)
   Shin MUTO: List of Publications on the History of Chemistry and Related Fields( 1978), (44)
MISCELLANEOUS
   Bun-ichi TAMAMUSHI: Ipmressions of General Meetings in Kanazawa, (47)
SOCIETY INFORMATION
   The Resolution in Gerenal Meeting, On the History of Chemistry in Chemical Education of High School, (43,49)
LIST OF NEW MEMBERS, (48)

No.13 ( July 1980)
ARTICLES
  Taro HAYASHI: Professor Kikunae IKEDA’s Lecture on Introduction on Chemistry in the 1920’s , (1)
EXPLANATION
  Ryozo GOTO: Academic Career and Achievements of Professor Mitsuru KUHARA ,II, (14)
ARTICLES
  J.H. Brooke, The Chemistry of Organic and Inorganic: A Study in the Dynamic Interaction of Concepts, (37)
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: Annotation of the Paper contributed by J.H. Brooke, (56)
BOOK REVIEWS
  Makoto OHNO on A.J. Rocke, The Reception of Chemical Atomism in Germany, (36)
SOCIETY INFORMATION, (13)
LIST OF NEW MEMBERS, (31)

No.14 ( October 1980)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING FOR THE YEAR 1980: Program and Summaries, (1)
LIST OF MEMBERS, (31)

No.15 ( March 1981)
ARTICLES
  Ken SUGAWARA: The Conotation and Extension of the Concept of Geochemistry, (1)
  O.T. Benfey, Spinach as an Alchemical Antidote to Heavy Metal Poisoning, (8)
  Shigeru NAKAYAMA: Introduction of O.Theodore Benfey, (12)
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: World War I and the Measures for the Promotion of Industrial Technologies in Japan, (13)
TRANSLATION
   ( trans. by Kaoru NARISADA ) L.Pasteur, Quelques reflextions sur la science en France, (29)
MISCELLANEOUS
   Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Ipmressions of General Meetings of the Year 1980, (44)
SOURCES
   List of Publications on the History of Chemistry and related Fields (1979), (46)
   Abstracts of Original Articles, (41,42,43)
SOCIETY INFORMATION, (45)

No.16 ( July 1981)
ARTICLES
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Growth of Concept of Tautomerism, (1)
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Enterprise fo the Surfuric Acid Plant of the Imperial Mint, 1875-1885, (8)
LETTER
  Takaharu HONJO: Solvent Extraction History of Inorganic Compounds 1842-1941, (22)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Yoshishige HAYASHI: Introduction of the Series “The History of Chemistry in Chemical Education ”, (28)
  Kiyohisa FUJII: Atomic Weight and Atomic Structures : The Rise , Fall and Revival of Prout’s Hypothesis , (29)
MISCELLANEOUS
   LIAO Theng-Heng, A Great Book of Unrivaled Character : Personal Views on Professor Yamaoka’s Kagakushi-den ( The Biographical History of Chemistry ) , (39)
   Kozo HIROTA: On the Discovery of Brownian Movement : Usefulness of History of Chemistry to Education , (42)
BOOK REVIEWS
   Tomohiko SASAKI on M.Crosland, Gay-Lussac, Scientist and Bourgeois 1978 , (41)
SOURCES
   List of Publications on the History of Chemistry and related Fields (1980), (48)
SOCIETY INFORMATION, (51)

No.17 ( September 1981)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING FOR THE YEAR 1981: Program and Summaries, (1)
ARTICLES
  Hiroyuki IYAMA: John Dalton and his Law of Multitude Proportions : A Discussion about Why He was made the Discoverer, (24)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Takeshi KAWAI: On the Law of Mass Action Investigated by Guldenberg and Waage, (33)
BOOK REVIEWS
  Genya KOSHIO on Hisateru OKUNO, Edo no Kagaku ( Chemistry in the Edo Era ) , (41)
  Tatsuaki YAMAGUCHI on Takashi NAGANO (ed.), Pasuturu ( Pasteur ), (42)
LIST OF NEW MEMBERS, (44)

1982,No.1
ARTICLE
   Tetsuo SHIBA: Dr. K.W. Gratama and the Chemistry in Japan, (1)
NOTE
   Ryoichi NAKAGAMI: Liquids and the Chemistry of Highly Vibrationally Excited States, (17)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Genya KOSHIO: Recognition of Reaction Rate and Formation of Chemical Kinetics : Centering around the Work of Wilhelmy, (20)
SOURCE
  Tetsuya KAMEYAMA: Japanese Technical Policy in 1980’s (32)
FORUM
  Kozo HIROTA: Proposition to Provide a Private Notice Column, (19)
BOOK REVIEWS
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: About the Literature Contents of ISIS, (37)
  Kiyohisa FUJII on H.M. Leicester, The Historical Background of Chemistry ( tr. by M. ONUMA, Y. HIJIOKA and M. UCNIDA), (40)
GENERAL TABLE OF CONTENTS NO.1-NO.17 (JAPANESE), (43)

1982,No.2
ARTICLE
  Kozo HIROTA : Dr. K. Ikeda’s Activity and Thought in the Later Half of His Life, (49)
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Origin of the National Laboratory for Industry : Up to the Establishment of the Geological Survey, 1878 - 1882 , (59)
EXPLANATION
  Kazuo YAMAZAKI: Academic Achievements of Dr. Yuji SHIBATA, I, (81)
EDUCATION SERIES
  (Translation by Tatsuaki YAMAGUCHI) M. Faraday : Advice to Lectures, (88) BOOK REVIEWS
  Ryoichi NAKAGAMI on J.G. Jenkin et al., The Development of X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, 1900- 1960, (93)
  Tetsuya KAMEYAMA on T. IIJIMA, Nippon no Kagaku Gijutsu - Kigyosi ni miru sono Kozo ( Chemical Technique of Japan : its Structure seen through the History fo Enterprises ), (94)
ELOGE
  Hisateru OKUNO : Mourning for Late Professor A. NOMURA, (95)
  Yukichi YOSHINO: Recollection of Prof. A. NOMURA, (95)

1982,No.3
EXPLANATION
  Kazuo YAMAZAKI: Academic Achievements of Dr. Yuji SHIBATA, II, (97)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: Sources for the History of Chemistry. : A Guide to their Use in Teaching of Chemistry, (104)
FORUM
  Bun-ichi TAMAMUSHI: Impressions on Reading through 1982 No.2 ( No.19) of this Journal , (114)
BOOK REVIEWS
  Hiroyuki IYAMA on Felix Franks, Polywater, and Henry Guerlac, Newton on the Continent, (115,125)
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI on Editorial Committee for The Centennial History of Pharmaceutical Society of Japan (ed.), Nippon- Yukugaku- Kai Hyakunen- shi ( The Centennial History of Pharmaceutical Society of Japan) and The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry (ed.), Nippon Bunsekikagaku- shi ( The History of Analytical Chemistry of Japan ), (116,117)
SOURCES
   List of Publications on the History of Chemistry and related Fields (1981), (118)
SOCIETY INFORMATION
   The Revision Draft of the Society Constitution, (120)
   List of New Members, (134)
   GENENAL TABLE OF CONTENTS, NO.1(1974) - 1982 NO.3 (NO.20) (ENGLISH), (125)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING FOR THE YEAR 1982: Program and Summaries, ( i -xx)

1982,No.4
ARTICLE
  Yoichi KUMAGAI: Plato’s Theory of Matter, (135)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Yoshiro HIYOSHI: Historical Experiments of Organic Acids as Studied by C.W. Sheele, (143)
NOTE
EDUCATION SERIES
  Hajime SODA: The Earliest Bleaching Powder Manufacture in Japan, (154)
TRANSLATION
  Tatsuaki YAMAGUCHI: An Accout of Technical and Scientific Education in the Middle of the Nineteenth Century : Lyon Playfair’s Lecture on the Great Exhibition 1851 at Royal Institution, (161)

1983,No.1
ARTICLE
  Masaiti YASUE: On the Achievement of N. Nagai and the Vicissitude of His Academic Career, (1)
NOTE
  Takaharu HONJO: History of Synthetic Organic Reagents for the Analysis of Metal Ions, 1825- 1953, (9)
EXPLANATION
  Eiji SUITO: Academic Achievement and Career of Dr. Shinkichi Horida, (19)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Yoshikazu MURAKAMI: John Dalton and the Development of his Atomic Theory, (33)
FORUM
  Kozo HIROTA: Dr. Bunichi Tamamushi , as a Witness of the History of the Present, (43)

1983,No.2
REMINISCENCE
  Yoshio IWAKURA: Recollection of My Studies on Polyaddition Reaction, (47)
NOTE
  Yoshiro HIYOSHI: Historical Studies on the Origin of Prussian Blue, (56)
REVIEW
  W. H. Brook ( trans. with note by Ryoichi ITAGAKI) : Liebigana: Old and New Perspectives, (61)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Takeshi KAWAI: Taylor’s Theory of Active Centers on Catalytic Action of Metals, (75)
BOOK REVIEWS, (83)
ELOGE
   Taro TACHIBANA, Tomijiro ISHIMORI and Kazuo YAMAZAKI: Memorial Contributions for Prof. Hisateru OKUNO, (84)

1983,No.3
ARTICLE
   Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Technique relating to Natural Dystuff Indigo in the Edo Japan, (95)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Hisao NEGITA: The Concept of Chemical Affinity, (111)
FORUM, (116)
SOURCE, (120)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING FOR THE YEAR 1983: Program and Summaries, ( i- xx )

1983,No.4
  Isamu NITTA: Miscellanea round the History of Chemistry, (123)
ARTICLE
   Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Technique relating to Natural Dystuff Indigo in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century Japan, (127)
EXPLANATION
   Tetsutaro HASHIMOTO, Akio KATO and Masakazu YAMAOKA: Dr. Mitsumaru Tsujimoto the Man and the Work : A Pioneering Oil Chemist , (140)
EDUCATION SERIES
  LIAO Zheng-Heng: A Brief Comment on the Introduction of the History of Chemistry to the Chemical Education, (154)
FORUM, (161)
REVIEW, (164)
SOURCE, (166)

1984,No.1
ARTICLES
  Kozo HIROTA: The Activity of Tsuneya MARUSAWA in the Democratic Period of Taisho Era, (1)
  Teruo YOKOYAMA: Chemical Revolution and the Case Study Approach, (10)
NOTE
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Centennial of the Sandmeyer Reaction. The Discovery and Elucidation of the Reaction, (17)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Kiyohisa FUJII: Analogical Imagination in Science. : van’s Hoff and the Modern Theory of Solutions. (21)
EXPLANATION
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: “ Why did Priestley take up Chemistry ?” The First One of a Series of Priestley Memorial Lectures, delivered by M.P. Crosland, (30)
BOOK REVIEW, (41)

1984,No.2
ARTICLES
  Masaiti YASUE: On the Relation between the Alchemical and Pharmaceutical Practice and the Swindling Crafts persistently cling to the World “Renkinjutsu”, the Japanese Correspondent of the Alchemy, revealed by the Historical Evaluation of Pharmaceutical Techniques in Medieval Europe, (49)
  Mary Jo NYE: The Emergence of Physical Chemistry in France circa 1900 and the Success of Jean Perrin, (57)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Masazumi NAKAGAWA: Irving Langmuir as a Researcher in a Private Enterprise, (68)
FORUM
EDUCATION SERIES
  Kenzo HIROTA: Tombs of Dr. Kikunae IKEDA and Soseki, his Intimate Friend, (75)
ELOGE
  Masanabu SAKANOUE: Late Dr. Hisateru OKUNO and his last Work “THe Biography of Nozomu YAMAOKA”, (77)
BOOK REVIEWS, (81)
SOURCE, (85)

1984,No.3
ARTICLES
  Kunika SUGAWARA: Elementary Organic Analysis in the Meiji Era (1960s - 1910 ), (89)
  Masaiti YASUE: Presumed Formula versus Hypothetical Formula : In Connection with Structural Elucidation of Ephedrine by N. Nagai and É≥-Epedrine by A. Ladenburg, (97)
BOOK REVIEWS, (106)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING FOR THE YEAR 1984: Program and Summaries, (i - xvi )

1984,No.4
ARTICLES
  John H. Wotiz and Susanna Rudofsky: Kekure’s Dreams: Fact or Fiction ? ,(126)
  Hideo FUJITA: Legencies of Osaka Chemical Laboratory ( Seimi- kyoku ) in Early Meiji Japan, (134)
NOTE
  Takaharu HONJO: Origin of Experimental Apparatuses for Chemistry Bearing the Name of Inventors, (146)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Growth of the Concept of Organic Compounds, (156)
FORUM, (161)
BOOK REVIEWS, (162)

1985,No.1
The 10th Annivesary Symposium
  I. The 10-Years of JSHC, (3)
  II. Recent Studies of the History of Chemistry, (7)
  III. What is Asked for the Future Studies of the History of Chemistry ? , (15)
ARTICLE
  Mikio NAKAJIMA: History of Structural Chemistry on Aminotriazine Compound, (51)
EXPLANATION
  Takeshi KAWAI: Non-stoichiometric Compounds : Mainly on the Principle of the Controlled Vallency, (47)
BOOK REVIEWS, (57)
FORUM, (70)

1985,No.2
  PAN Jixing: On the Origin of Papermaking in the Light of Scientific Research on Recent Archaeological Discoveries, (77)
NOTE
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: L. Gattemann and Organic Syntheses : The Circumstances of His Discoveries , (81)
EXPLANATION
  Keizo KINOSHITA and Ryozo GOTO: Hikorokuro YOSHIDA and His Research, (86)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Makoto OHNO: Avogadoro’s 1811 Paper Reconsidered, (95)

1985,No.3
ARTICLE
  LIAO Zheng-Heng: Some Theoretical Problems on the Study of History of Chemistry , (125)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Kiyohisa FUJII: The Bertholet-Proust Controversy and the Formation of the Law of Definite Proportion, (136)
BOOK REVIEW, (145)
FORUM, (147)
SOURCE, (149)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING 1985: Program and Summaries, (150)

1985,No.4
ARTICLE
  Taro TACHIBANA: On NATSUME Soseki’s View of Science in Bungakuron, (167)
EXPLANATION
  Ichiro YABE: Biochemical Description in Some Books by Yoan UDAGAWA, (178)
DISCUSSION
  Ken-ichi KARAKIDA: What is Avogadoro for Us ? ,(186)
TECHNOLOGICAL SOURCE, (193)
FORUM, (201)
BOOK REVIEWS, (208)

1986,No.1
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: Chemistry and the History of Chemistry, (1)
  PAN Ji-xing: Outline Description on Chemistry in Ancient China, (3)
  YANG Gen: Life and Achievement of Xu Shou, a Pioneer of the Modern Chemistry in China, (9)
NOTE
  Matusji TAKEBAYASHI: Walden Inversion : A Historical Description of its Discovery and Explanation (15)
EXPLANATION
  Susumu HATA: Dr. Satoyasu IIMORI and His Research ,(21)
SOURCE, (32)
TECHNOLOGICAL SOURCE, (43)
BOOK REVIEW, (46)

1986,No.2
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: Government Policy for Modernization of Pottery Industry in the Earlier Meiji Japan, (49)
REVIEW
  Nagayasu SHIMAO: Review of Researches into the History of Chinese Alchemy, (72)
TECHNOLOGICAL SOURCE, (82)
BOOK REVIEW, (88)
SOURCES, (89)

1986,No.3
ARTICLE
   Hideyuki YOSHIMOTO: Robert Boyle’s Doctrine of Primary and Secondary Qualities: An Attempt at Their Terminological and Conceptual Analysis, (97)
FORUM, (114)
BOOK REVIEW, (124)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING 1986: Program and Summaries, (127)

1986,No.4
ARTICLES
  Kozo HIROTA: The Japanese Concept of Chemistry in Meiji Era: A Coflict of Conception between Joji Sakurai and Members of the Chemical Society of Tokyo, (145)
  Masaiti YASUE: Reexamination of the Chemical Achievement of Nagajosi Nagai: A Critique of Traditional Writings about Him, (159)
NOTE
  Atsushi TANAKA: H. Staudinger and His Collaborators’ Research on Polyoxymethylene: An Aspect of the Early History of Polymer Chemistry, (169)
FORUM,(186)

1987,No.1
EDITORIAL
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: History of Chemistry : The Path toward a Discipline, (1)
ARTICLES
  Otto Theodore BENFEY: Scientific Instruments, Meiji Scholars and the Relevance of the Orient for Modern Science, (4)
  Takeshi WADA: The Harris-Pickles Controversy on the Theory of Rubber , I , (16)
  Kunika SUGAWARA: A Historical Study of the Use of the Term Kagaku for Chemistry in Japan, (29)
FORUM, (41)
REVIEW, (44)

1987,No.2
ARTICLE
  Takeshi WADA: The Harris-Pickles Controversy on the Theory of Rubber , II , (49)
NOTE
  Taro TACHIBANA: The Past 100 Years of Physical Chemistry ( 1887 - 1987 ): A Consideration on the Bibligraphic Transitions of the Jounals, (61)
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Fehling’s Solution and Tollen’s Reagent, (73)
EXPLANATION
  Takeshi KAWAI: From Paramagnetic Reflexation to the Detection of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, (77)
REVIEW,(86)
BOOK REVIEW,(90)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS (1986), (92)

1987,No.3
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Kyoto City Research Laboratory for Pottery, 1896 - 1920, (97)
REVIEW, (124)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING 1987: Program and Summaries, (124)

1987,No.4
ARTICLES
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Kyoto City Research Laboratory for Pottery, 1896 - 1920, II, (147)
  Munehiro MIWA: The Naval Fuel Depot and Coal Liquedaction: What was the Technical Problem in Pre-War Japan, (164)
FORUM, (176)
BOOK REVIEW, (188)

1988,No.1
  Takeshi TAKAHASHI: On the Origin of Biotechnology in Japan, (1)
NOTE
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: The Hydration of Acetylenes: A Historical Description of its Discovery and Explanation, (8)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Yoshiro HIYOSHI and Masaki NAKAYAMA: Historical Experiments to Isolate Tartaric and Oxalic Acids, (13)
EXPLANATION
  Jun NIWA: Recent Development of Methodology in Organic Chemistry : Molecular Orbital Calculations Couple with Digital Computers, (21)
NEW LIGHT ON LAVOISIER 1 : The Research of the Last Twenty Years
  An Introduction to the Special Series, (29)
  Makoto OHNO: Traditional Views on Lavoisier and His Chemistry, (30)
FORUM, (30)
BOOK REVIEWS, (47)

1988,No.2
NOTE
  Keizo KINOSHITA and Kazuo TANAKA: On the Production of Sugar in the Yedo and the Early Meiji Era, Part 1: The Imoportance of the Climate and Use of Manure, (53)
  Takaharu HONJO: Origin of Natural Organic Reagents for Chemical Analysis : Qualitative Analytical Agents, Acid-Base and Oxydation-Reduction Agents, (63)
NEW LIGHT ON LAVOISIER 2: The Research of the Last Twenty Years
  Makoto OHNO: A Bibliography ( 1963-1985), (67)
NEW LIGHT ON LAVOISIER 3
  Shigeo SUGIYAMA: The Collaboration of Lavoiseir and Laplace, (74)
FORUM,(86)
REVIEWS, (93)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1987), (97)

1988,No.3
ARTICLE
  Osamu KANAMORI: Les obstacles épistémologiques à a la notion d’analyse, (101)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Yoshiro HISYOSHI and Shin-ichi NAKATSUJI: Discussion on the Discovery of Potassium Ferricyanide, (112)
NEW LIGHT ON LAVOISIER 4: The Research of the Last Twenty Years
  Masaru KAWASAKI: More Light on Stahlian Chemistry, (119)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING 1988: Program and Summaries, (135)

1988,No.4
NOTE
  Taro TACHIBANA: Prof. Rü cker’s Address on the Atomic Theory (1901) and Natsume Soseki, (155)
REVIEW
   A Review of the Historical Studies on “Daltonian Doubts”, (163)
DISCUSSION
  Ken-ichi KARAKIDA: An Existentialist’s View on the Theory of Theory Change in the History of Science, (185)
FORUM,(191)
REVIEW,(196)
BOOK REVIEW, (198)

Volume 16(1989)

Vol.16, Number 1
EDITORIAL
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: History of Chemistry and Chemical Education, (1)
NOTE
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Centennial of the Designation “cis” and “trans”, (4)
EXPLANATION
  Takeshi KAWAI: On The Structure of Glass, (11)
NEW LIGHT ON LAVOISIER 5 : The Research of the Last Twenty Years
  Kenzo SHIMABARA: Lavoisier and Caloric Theory, (20)
FORUM, (30)
ARTICLE REVIEW, (38)
BOOK REVIEW, (46)
NEWS, (49)

Vol.16,Number 2
NOTE
  Ken-ichi KARAKIDA: Ambiguity in Quantitative Scientific Research, (49)
EXPLANATION
  Kiyohisa FUJII: The Chemical Education in Dissenting Academies, (55)
NEW LIGHT ON LAVOISIER 6 : The Research of the Last Twenty Years
  Haruyuki TURUTA and Makoto OHNO: Lavoisier’s Theory of Acidity, (72)
DISCUSSION
  Tatsuaki YAMAGUCHI: Another Thought on The Concept of Molecule, (84)
FORUM, (87)
BOOK REVIEWS, (88)

Vol.16,Number 3
EDUCATION SERIES
  Yoshiro HISYOSHI: The Synthesis of Magnus’ Salt and Zeise’s Salt, Using the Methods of Their Discoverers, (97)
DISCUSSION
  Makoto OHNO: A Response to a Criticism on My Paper on The Concept of Molecule,(104)
FORUM, (111)
BOOK REVIEWS, (120)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1988), (127)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING 1989 : Program and Summaries, (129)

Vol.16,Number 4
NOTE
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: The Curtius Rearrangement: A Historical Description of its Discovery and Explanation, (149)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Kazuko SHIBATA: On Quantification in Chemistry: Lavoisier’s Method of Quantitative Analysis, (154)
NEW LIGHT ON LAVOISIER 7 : The Research of the Last Twenty Years
  Masao UCHIDA: Lavoisier’s Table of Simple Substances, (173)
FORUM, (184)
REVIEWS, (187)

Volume 17(1990)

Vol.17, Number 1
FOREWORDS
  Taro TACHIBANA: History of Chemistry by Chemists for the Chemists, (1)
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: The Kagakushi, Our Journal, Recollecting its Fifty Issues, (3)
ARTICLE
  Tatsuaki OKAMOTO: Characteristics of Labor in the Synthetic Chemical Industry in Japan, (8)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Masayoshi NAKAHARA: Acid and Base, (30)
FORUM, (50)
BOOK REVIEWS ,(53)
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  Hideyuki YOSHIMOTO: Recent Studies on Robert Boyle, (57)

Vol.17, Number 2
ARTICLE
  Takashi IIJIMA: The Development of Acetaldehyde Manufacturing Technology in Japan I, (61)
FORUM, (80)
BOOK REVIEWS, (91)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1989), (92)
SYMPOSIUM 1990 ON THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY : Program and Summaries, (95)

Vol.17, Number 3
REMINISCENCE
  Eiji MUNAKATA: Reminiscences of My Research, (107)
ARTICLE
  Takashi IIJIMA: The Development of Acetaldehyde Manufacturing Technology in Japan II, (114)
FORUM, (114)
SOURCE
  Hideyuki YOSHIMOTO: A Citation Index in Robert Boyle’s Collected Works, (129)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING 1990 : Program and Abstracts, (142)

Vol.17, Number 4
ARTICLE
  Takashi IIJIMA: The Development of Acetaldehyde Manufacturing Technology in Japan III, (151)
FORUM, (173)
BOOK REVIEWS, (183)

Volume 18(1991)

Vol.18, Number 1
FOREWORD
  Tetuo SHIBA: Letter from the New President, (1)
NOTE
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: A. Geuther and Carbon Dichloride: The Beginning and Development of the Chemistry of Dichlorocarbene, (4)
EDUCATION SERIES
  Yoshiro HIYOSHI: Seven Questions about C. W. Scheele, (11)
FORUM
  Yasuo TANAKA: Reminiscences of Ietake OKADA, (19)
  Yasuomi NONAKA: Report on the 1990 Annual Meeting, (21)
SOURCES
  Yukimi SASAKI and Taro TACHIBANA: A List of the Thesis Defenses at the Department of Chemistry , Tokyo Imperial Univesity, 1916-1953, Part 1, (23)
BOOK REVIEWS, (33)
NOTICE OF NEW PUBLICATIONS, (46)
NEWS, (48)

Vol.18,Number 2
LECTURE
  Ken-ichi FUKUI: Reminiscences of My Research, (51)
NEW LIGHT ON LAVOISIER 8 : The Research of the Last Twenty Years
  Kiyohisa FUJII : A Review of the Recent Historical Studies (1963- 1985) on the Chemical Revolution, (64)
FORUM, (81)
SOURCES
  Yukimi SASAKI and Taro TACHIBANA: A List of the Thesis Defenses at the Department of Chemistry , Tokyo Imperial Univesity, 1916-1953, Part 2, (85)
BOOK REVIEWS, (92)
NOTICE OF NEW PUBLICATIONS, (99)
1991 SYMPOSIUM ON THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY: Program and Summaries, (100)

Vol.18,Number 3
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Chemical Industry in Meiji Japan: The Case of the Artificial Fertilizer Industry (Part1) , (115)
NEW LIGHT ON LAVOISIER 9 : The Research of the Last Twenty Years
  Masaru KAWASAKI: A Bibliography : Part 2 (1985- 1990) : After the 200th Anniversary of the Publication of Lavoisier’s Traité Élémentaire de Chimie, (137)
FORUM
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: A Proposal for the Creation of “The Chemical Education Forum”, (144)
BOOK REVIEWS, (151)
NOTICE OF NEW PUBLICATIONS, (162)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1990), (164)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING 1991 : Program and Summaries, (167)

Vol.18,Number 4
ARTICLE
  Shigeo SUGIYAMA: John Tyndall’s Contribution to Chemistry and his Particulate Conception of Matter, (179)
NOTE
  Kozo HIROTA and MASAYOSHI OIWA: “Sekkyoku” and “Shokyoku”: An Investigation on the Origin of the Words, Based on the Books of Dutch Scholars , (193)
  Eiko SHIMAO: Kotaro SHIMOMURA: His Pioneering Works and Personality, (197)
NEW LIGHT ON LAVOISIER 10 : The Research of the Last Twenty Years
  Osamu KANAMORI: La connaissance chimique fondée sur le langage ( The Language-bonded Character of Chemical Knowledge), (211)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 1
  Hiroshi TERADA: High-Pressure Polyethylene Production: History of its Discovery and Development, (221)
FORUM
  Yasuo TANAKA: On What I Heard from Joji SAKURAI, (232)
  Tetsuya KAMEYAMA and Takashi IIJIMA: Report of the 1991 Summer Salon for the History of Chemistry, (235)
BOOK REVIEWS, (238)
NOTICE OF NEW PUBLICATIONS, (244)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1990), (246)
NEWS, (248)

Volume 19(1992)

Vol.19, Number 1
ARTICLES
  Taro TACHIBANA: The Early Stage of Liquid Crystals: its Background and Contribution to the Development of Modern Chemistry, (1)
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Chemical Industry in Meiji Japan: The Case of the Artificial Fertilizer Industry (Part2) , (14)
NOTE
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Oxidation by the Use of Fenton’s Reagent: A Historical Description of its Discovery and Explanation, (36)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 2
  Mamoru KIOKA, Kenji HIROSE and Norio KASHIWA: Polythylene Production Method with Ziegler Catalyst, (40)
FORUM
  Tetsuo SHIBA: The Organization and Activities of the Beckman Center for History of Chemistry, (50)
  Seiko KOMORIDA: Report of the Symposium on Comparative Studies of the Development of Science and Technology in China and Japan, (52)
REVIEWS, (57)
NOTICE OF NEW PUBLICATIONS, (66)
NEWS, (69)

Vol.19, Number 2
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Chemical Industry in Meiji Japan: The Case of the Artificial Fertilizer Industry (Part3) , (73)
NOTE
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Reduction with Aluminium Alkoxides: A Historical Explanation of the Meewein-Ponndorf-Verley Reduction, (105)
NEW TRENDS IN HISTORY OF SCIENCE
  Mariko OGAWA: Introductory Study on Women in Science, (110)
FORUM
  Yoshishige HAYASHI: Report on the 1991 Annual Meeting, (123)
  Makoto OHNO: Report on the 8th Spring School and the 1st Chemical-Education Forum, (127)
BOOK REVIEWS, (132)
NOTICE OF NEW PUBLICATIONS, (136)
NEWS, (138)
1992 SYMPOSIUM ON THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY: Program and Summaries, (139)

Vol.19, Number 3
ARTICLES
  Masaru KAWASAKI: A New Perspective on Hales, (159)
  Atsushi TANAKA: H.Staudinger’s Research and the Birth of Polymer Industry in Germany : Staudinger’s Research on the Constitution of Rubber and the Path to Synthetic Rubbers ( Part1) , (172)
NOUVEL ÉCLAIRAGE SUR LAVOISIER: Recherches des vingt dernières années
  Keiko KAWASHIMA: Image de Mme Lavoisier à travers les trois biographes de Lavoisier ( Image of Mme Lavoisier by three Biographers of Lavoisier ), (188)
NOTE
  Toshio TAKAGI: Beginning of the Personal Involvement on the History of the Uppsala School of Bioseparation Science, (205)
BOOK REVIEWS, (212)
NOTICE OF NEW PUBLICATIONS, (214)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1991), (217)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING 1992: Summaries, (220)

Vol.19, Number 4
ARTICLES
  Hideyuki YOSHIMOTO: Chemical Studies of Young Robert Boyle: Their Helmontian Phase and the “Seminal Principles”, (233)
  Atsushi TANAKA: H.Staudinger’s Research and the Birth of Polymer Industry in Germany : Staudinger’s Research on the Constitution of Rubber and the Path to Synthetic Rubbers ( Part2) , (247)
NOTE
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: L. Claisen and His Name Reactions, (262)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 3
  Yasuharu SAEKI: Synthetic Rubber: Technology and Industry, (267)
EXPLANATION
  Yasuo TANAKA: The Manchurian Branch of the Society of Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Industries in Manchuria, I, (282)
FORUM
  Hajime KASHIWAGI: Hermann Kopp and A.W.von Hoffman, (290)
  Yoshiro HIYOSHI: Tyrian Purple and the Chemical Education, (294)
  Makoto OHNO and Wakana UCHINO: Japanese Comics and History of Science , (302)
Kiyohisa FUJII: Report on the 1992 Annual Meeting, (306)
BOOK REVIEWS, (310)

Volume 20(1993)

Vol.20, Number 1
ARTICLE
  Yasu FURUKAWA: Staudinger’s Scientific Activities and Political Struggles, 1(1)
NOTE
  Matsuji TAKEBAYASHI: Schiff’s Bases and Schiff’s Reagent, 20(20)
EXPLANATION
  Yasuo TANAKA: The Manchurian Branch of the Society of Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Industries in Manchuria, II, 25(25)
NEW TRENDS IN HISTORY OF SCIENCE
  Akihito SUZUKI: Witch-hunting and Early Modern Europe, 37(37)
FORUM
  Tetsuya KAMEYAMA and Takashi IIJIMA: Report on the 1992 Summer Salon for the History of Chemistry, 54(54)
BOOK REVIEWS, 57(57)
NEWS, 60(60)

Vol.20,Number 2
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: On the Mineral Fertilizer Research Office in Japan, 65(1)
NOTE
  Makoto OHNO: Against the Chemical Revolution and the French Revolution: The Case of Robert Harrington’s The Death-Warrant of the French Theory of Chemistry (1804), 93(29)
NEW TRENDS IN HISTORY OF SCIENCE
  Takehiko HASHIMOTO: New Historical Studies on Experiments and the Lavoratory, 107(43)
REMINISCENCE
  Tamechika YAMAMOTO: Manufacturing acetylene from natural gas by means of electric discharge and the Industrization of Synthesis of Isooctane, 122(58)
FORUM
  Makoto OHNO: Report on the 9th Spring School and the 2nd Forum of History of Chemistry and Chemical Education, 129(65)
BOOK REVIEWS,132(68)
1993 SYMPOSIUM ON THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTORY: Summaries, 134(70)

Vol.20,Number 3
ARTICLE
  Yoshihiko SAITO: Structural Studies of Coodination Compounds in Japan, 141(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 4
  Toshio JOJIMA: History of Development of Urea Fertilizer, 161(21)
BOOK REVIEWS, 201(61)
NEWS, 207(67)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1992), 208(68)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING 1993: Summaries, 210(70)

Vol.20,Number 4
ARTICLE
  Chiye IZUMI: A Reinterpretation of Greek Atomism, 233(1)
  Atsusi TANAKA: H.Staudinger’s Research and the Birth of the Polymer Industry in Germany : The Research and Development on Polyyinylacetate by Staudinger and Chemists in German Chemical Industruies, 243(11)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 5
  Satoshi KAWAI: A History fo Industrial Nitric Acid Processes: Physical Chemistry’s Contribution to the Process Development, 259(27)
FORUM
  Makoto OHNO: 20 Years of the Journal of the Japanese Society for the History of Chemistry, 283(51)
  Kaoru HARADA: The 500th Anniversary of G. Agricola, 294(62)
  Masaru KAWASAKI: Report on the Foundation of the Nishi-Nippon Branch of Our Society, 297(65)
BOOK REVIEWS, 302(70)
NEWS, 304(72)

Volume 21(1994)

Vol.21, Number 1
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Institute of Chemical Research in its Early Years, 1(1)
THE TRADITIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY IN JAPAN
  Ken-ichi NOHARA: The Development of Tatara Method of Iron Manufacture, 38(38)
  Masayoshi MURAKAMI: The Salt-Making Industry, 47(47)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 6
  Nao TANAKA: A Short History of Petroleum Desulfurization Technology, 60(60)
BOOK REVIEWS, 79(70)
NOTICE ON NEW PUBLICATIONS, 75(75)
NEWS, 80(80)
ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING 1994: Program and Abstracts, 82(82)

Vol.21,Number 2
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: The Institute of Chemical Research Attached to the Kyoto Imperial University during World War II, 109(1)
THE TRADITIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY IN JAPAN
  Yasuhiro NAKANO: The Ceramic Industry in the Nineteenth Century, 152(44)
  Akira FUJINO: Traditional Technologies of Copper, 172(64)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 7
  Shizuyuki OHTA: The History of Umami Seasonings in Japan, 186(78)
FORUM
  Yoshishige HAYASHI and Genya KOSHIO: A Report on the 1994 Chemical Education Forum, 203(95)
  Makoto OHNO: A Report on the 1994 Annual General Meeting, 205(97)
  Akira YOSHIDA: Lavoisier Bicentenary Symposium, 206(98)
BOOK REVIEW, 208(100)
1994 SYMPOSIUM ON THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY: Summaries, 212(104)
NEWS,216(108)

Vol.21,Number 3
REVIEW
  Hideo YAMATERA: Historical Review of Theories of the Coordinate Bond, 219(1)
THE TRADITIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY IN JAPAN
  Masaya SATO: A Social History of the Poly-Vinylidene-chloride Film, 234(16)
  Masanao ESAKI and Masao OHTANI: History of Metanol Synthesis, 250(32)
REMINISCENCE
  Kozo HIROTA: My Career of Catalysis Research from Science to Industry, 278(60)
ELOGE
  Naoki INAMOTO: In Memory of Professor Takeji MATSUBAYASHI, 297(79)
  Toshikazu IBETA: In Memory of Professor Takeji MATSUBAYASHI, 299(81)
FORUM
  Hiroshi ONISHI: The Transition of the Syllabism of ‘Berzelius’, 302(84)
NEWS, 304(86)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1993), 306(88)

Vol.21,Number 4
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: Sake Brewing Technique in Early Edo Japan, 309(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 10
  Yasuharu SAEKI: R&D in Corporation : A Case of Polymer Industory, 333(25)
NOTE
  Yoshihiro HIYOSHI: Perkin and the Discovery and Research of the Synthetic Purple Dye, Mauveine, 345(37)
SOURCES
  Kozo KAWAKAMI: The Institute of Scientific Research, Manchoukuo, 358(50)
  Yukiyoshi SASAKI: A List of The Thesis Defenses at the Department of Chemistry ,Tokyo IMPERIAL University ,1916-1953, Supplement, 362(54)
FORUM
  Hiyoshi KAMINAKA: A Visiting Report of the Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum, 364(56)
  Hiroshi ONISHI: van’t Hoff or van ’t Hoff?, 366(58)
REVIEW, 368(60)
NEWS, 370(62)

Volume 22(1995)

Vol.22, Number 1
ARTICLE
  Taro TACHIBANA: A Historical Note on the Colloid Researches of Thomas Graham, 1(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 11
  Masanao ESAKI: History of Ammonia Synthesis Technology, I, 15(15)
NEWS
  Teiji TURUTA: On Higher School Professor Nozumu YAMAOKA, 50(50)
1996 ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING: Program and Abstracts, 53(53)

Vol.22, Number 2
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI: Sake Brewing Technique in Late Edo Japan, 85(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 12 and 13
  Takao KARIYONE: The History of Synethetic Detergents in Japan, 114(30)
  Kenkichi OBA and Reiko TAKEI: History of Technological Development of Detergents from the Viewpoint of Environmental Issues, 127(43)
JAPANESE CHEMIST SERIES 1
  Manamichi TSUBOI: On the Works of Professor San-ichiro Mizushima, 142(58)
BOOK REVIEWS, 152(68)
NEWS, 159(75)

Vol.22, Number 3
ARTICLE
  Keiko KAWASHIMA: La collaboration entre M.et Mme Laviosier dans la traduction francaise de l’Essai sur le phlogistique ( The Collaboration of M. and Mme Lavoisier in the French Translation of An Essay on Phlogiston ), 163(1)
  Touru SAKANO: On the Palao Tropical Biological Station in Japan, 180(18)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 14
  Masanao ESAKI: History of Ammonia Synthesis Technology, II, 197(35)
JAPANESE CHEMIST SERIES 2
  Koko MAEDA: Chika Kuroda : Research on the Contribution of Natural Coloring Matters and Her Life as a Pioneering Woman Chemist, 226(64)
SOURCE
  Tetsuo SHIBA: Note on A.F.Bauduin’s Lecture on Chemistry at Nagasaki ,239(77)
FORUM
  Hiyoshi Onishi: Early Usage of the Law of Mass Action, 252(90)
BOOK REVIEWS, 255(93)

Vol.22, Number 4
ARTICLE
  Masaru KAWADA: The Defence of Science by Fr.M.Mersenne, 263(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 15
  Hiroshi KAMINAKA: The Transition of the Manufacturing Process of 1-Aminoanthraquinone : The Development of the Non-Polluting Process in Japan, 288(26)
FORUM
  Kaoru HARADA: Röntgen Rays Centennial,300(38)
SOURCE
  LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1994), 309(47)
  Toshifumi YATSUMIMI: A Union List of Chinese-Language Books on Science and Religion , Written by Westerners in the Nineteenth Century, and Their Japanese Editions and Reprints, Preserved in Japan, 312(50)
BOOK REVIEWS, 359(97)

Volume 23(1996)

Vol.23, Number 1
ARTICLE
  Atsusi TANAKA: H.Staudinger’s Research and the Birth of the Polymer Industry in Germany : The Process to Foundation on Industrial Produciton of Polystyrol and Polyvinylchroride Plastics, 1(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 16
  Masanao ESAKI: History of Ammmonia Synthesis Technology, 15(15)
NOTE
  Yoshiro HIYOSHI: Prussian Blue : its Historical Studies and Educational Application, 54(54)
FORUM
  Tetsuo SHIBA: Report on “Deutsch-Japanisches Kolloquium : Tradition der Deutsch-Japanischen Wissenschaftsbeziehungen in Sachen”, 68(68)
BOOK REVIEWS, 70(70)
1996 ANNUAL GERENAL MEETING: Program and Abstracts, 85(85)

Vol.23,Number 2
ARTICLE
  Chikayosi KAMATANI: The Special Institute for Physical and Chemical Research Attached to the TOHOKU Imperial University, From its Foundation to Abolition, 119(1)   Atsusi TANAKA: H.Staudinger’s Research and the Birth of the Polymer Industry in Germany : The Process to Foundation on Industrial Produciton of Polystyrol and Polyvinylchroride Plastics II, 147(29)
FORUM
  Masanobu SAKAGAMI: The Centenary of H.Becquerel’s Discovery of Radioadtivity, 167(49)
  Kaoru HARADA: The Statue of H.Helmholtz at the Humboldt University, Berlin, 171(53)
  Hiroshi TANZAWA: Antonio Minelli: An Employed Foreign Engineer Who Contributed to the Rayon Industry in Japan, 181(63)
BOOK REVIEWS, 186(68)
NEWS, 201(83)

Vol.23,Number 3
ARTICLE
  Chikayosi KAMATANI: The Research Institute for Iron and Steel at TOHOKU Imperial University, its Foundation and Activity, 205(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 17
  Masaya SATO: Manufacturing and Processing Technology of Poly-Vynilidenc-Chloride Resin in Japan, 235(31)
FORUM
  Ryoichi NAKAGAKI: Evolution of Magnetic Resonance and Magnetochemistry, 258(54)
  Masanao ESAKI and Yohiro HIYOSHI: Report of the 1996 Fall School for the History of Chemistry, 258(54)
NEWS
  Tesuo SHIBA: Hikoma Ueno: Japanese Pioneer in Photochemistry, 261(57)
NOTES
  Taro TACHIBANA: The Date of Birth and Death of the Presidents of the Chemical Society of Japan ( 1878-1947) and the Society of Chemical Industry of Japan ( 1898-1947), 265(61)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1995), 269(65)
BOOK REVIEWS, 275(71)

Vol.23, Number 4
ARTICLE
  Masaru KAWADA: Fr.M.Mersenne’s Early Ideas on the Academy, 285(1)
JAPANESE CHEMIST SERIES 3
  Nobufusa SAITO: Professor Kenjiro Kimura: His Contributions to Nuclear and Radiochemistry, 302(18)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 18
  Shingo TOKUDA and Tatsuo KATSUMURA: The transformation of Caustic Soda Manufacturing Process in Japan and its Social Background, 311(27)
FORUM
  Hiroshi KAMIANAKA: The Waterwheels in the Great HANSHIN Earthquake, 332(48)
  Keiko KAWASHIMA: The Meaning of “Savant” in 18th Century France, 335(51)
BOOK REVIEWS, 339(55)

Volume 24(1997)

Vol.24, Number 1
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI : The Research Institute for Metal Materials Attached to Tohoku Imperial University, 1(1)
NOTE
  Masaya SATOU : Two Original Technologies for Manufacturing and processing Poly-Vinylidene-Chloride Resin in the World, 33(33)
FORUM
  Kaoru HARADA : Goethe and Pasteur, 42(42)
BOOK REVIEWS, 57(57)
1997 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: Program and Abstracts, 67(67)

Vol.24, Number 2
ARTICLE
  Chikayoshi KAMATANI : The Institute for Infectious Disease ( Denken ) : The First Research Institute attached to The Imperial Universities , 105(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 19
   Kimihiko SATO: The Development of Asahi Glass’s Membrane Cell Technology, 148(44)
JAPANESE CHEMIST SERIES 4
  Masanobu SAKANOUE: Dr.Joji SAKURAI, 157(53)
BOOK REVIEWS, 169(65)
NEWS,178(74)
1997 SYMPOSIUM ON THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY, 180(76)
1997 AUTUMN SCHOOL, 187(83)

Vol.24, Number 3
NEW TRENDS IN HISTORY OF SCIENCE
  Nobuo MIURA : Some Trends on History of Arabic Alchemy,193(1)
JAPANESE CHEMIST SERIES 5
  Waitirou TSUJI et al. : Review on the Works of Professor Ichiro SAKURADA in Fiber and Polymer Chemistry ,205(13)
FORUM
  Yoshio IWAKURA : Determing Chemical Structure of Nyron in Japan,218(26)
  Tuneo ARAKI and Kozo HIROTA : Some Considerations about the Title “SEIMI-KAIASOU” Translated by Yoan UDAGAWA,220(28)
  Kaoru HARADA : Some Death Masks of Scientist,226(34)
SOURCES
  Yoshiyuki KIKUCHI : Japanese Chemists in Wilhelm Ostwald Archiv, 232(40)
BOOK REVIEWS, 249(57)

Vol.24, Number 4
ARTICLE
  Keiko KAWASHIMA: Researches in "chemistry” by Madame du Chatelet and Voltaire: "Dissertation sur la nature et la propagation du Feu” ,261(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 20
  Shigeru SUNAGAWA: History of Iodine Production ,281(21)
JAPANESE CHEMIST SERIES 6
  Kenji YOSHIHARA: Glory and Collaps of the Work on Nipponium by Masataka OGAWA, 295(35)
FORUM
  Kaoru HARADA : Some Scientists’ Paintings and Drawings ,306(46)
  Hiroshi KAMINAKA: Nada Sake and the Great Hanshin Earthquake , 314(54)
TRANSLATIONS
  Shinichi NAKATSUJI and Yoshiro HIYOSHI: Discovery of Red Prussicate of Potash by Leopold Gmelin,316(56)
OBITUARY
  Teijiro YONEZAWA: Dr.Ken-ichi FUKUI , 329 (69)
SOURCE
  LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1996) ,331(71)

Volume 25(1998)

Vol.25, Number 1
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 21
   Seiichi OOBA: The Development of the Photographic Industry in Japan I ,1(1)
FORUM
   Hiroshi KAMINAKA: Nada-Sake and the Great Hanshin Earthquake,20(20)
   Yoshiro HIYOSHI: Was Zeise’s Salt Discovered in 1827?,23(23)
SOURCES
   Tetsuo SHIBA: G.W.Gratama’s Lecture Notes on Chemistry in Nagasaki,26(26)
   Toshifumi YATSUMIMI: Annotated Bibliography of Komin Kawamoto’s Work ,41(41)
The 1998 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: Program and Abstracts , 55(55)

Number 2
ARTICLES
   Naoyuki INOUE: Introduction of Nylon into Japan and its Expulsion of Japanese Silk, 93 (1)
   Masaru KAWADA: L’idee et Developpement de l’Academie de Mersenne,108(16)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 22
   Hiroshi KAMINAKA: The Development of the Manufacturing Process of m,p-Cresol in Sumitomo Chemical Co. Group ,126(34)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 23
   Sadaharu ABETA: The History of New Development in Dyestuffs in Japan , 139(47)
JAPANESE CHEMIST SERIES 7
   Shoichiro YAMADA: Ryutaro Tsuchida: His Research on Coodination Chemistry as a Pioneering Chemist,146 (54)
FORUM
   Kozo HIROTA: A Memory of Ietake OKADA ,159 (67)
BOOK REVIEWS , 160(68)
NEWS ,174(82)

Number 3
ARTICLE
  Atsushi TANAKA: H.Staudinger’s Research and the Birth of the Polymer Industry in Germany : The Research and Development on Polyindene, Polyisobutylene, Polyacrylates, and some other polymers by Staudinger and Chemists in German Chemical Industries ,177(1)
DISCUSSION
   Keiko KAWASHIMA: Spectacles of “Rosy” : An Essay on “Discours” and “Gender” in Biographies of Scientist ,194(19)
BOOK REVIEWS , 210(*)
NEWS , 223(*)

Number 4
NOTE
   Taro TACHIBANA: Colloid Chemistry in 1900-1930, with Reference to the Physics of Torahiko Terada ,229(1)
JAPANESE CHEMIST SERIES 8
  Syuzo SEKI: Professor Isamu Nitta and his Systematic Establishment of “Crystal Chemistry”,241(13)
FORUMS
  Hiroshi ONISHI: Some Consideration on the Japanese Phrases of Periodic Table ,255(27)
  Toshihumi YATSUMIMI: A Report on the KAWAMOTO KOMIN Exposition ,258(30)
SOURCE
  LIST OF NEW BOOKS(1997) ,264(36)
THE 1999 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS: Program and Abstracts , 270(42)

Volume 26(1999)

Vol.26, Number 1
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 24
  Seiichi OOBA: The Development of the Photographic Industry in Japan II ,1(1)
THE LIVES AND WORKS OF CHEMISTS SERIES 1
  I.S.Dmitriev: Social and Economical Theme in D.I.Mendeleev’s Work,10(10)
EXPLANATION
  Yutaka FUJISE: Chemistry of the Production of Tyrian Purple and Related Natural Products, 33(33)
BOOK REVIEWS , 44(44)
NEWS 55(55)

Number 2
NEW TRENDS IN HISTORY OF SCIENCE
  Makiko SANTOKI: New Trends in the Historical Study on the Warrington Academy ,65(1)
THE LIVES AND WORKS OF WESTERN CHEMISTS SERIES 2
  Yoshiaki WATANABE: Karl Wilhelm Gottlob Kastner as the Tutor of Justus Liebig,79(15)
FORUM
  Nagayasu SHIMAO: Wilhelm Lewicki as a student of Justus Liebig ,96(32)
SOURCE
   Hiroshi OONISHI: A bibliography on the life and works of Ietake Okada ,99(35)
  Yoshiyuki KIKUCHI: A List of First Occupation of the Graduates of Department of Chemistry,Tokyo ( Imperial ) University: 1877-1926 , 102(38)
NEWS ,123(49) OBUTUARY
  Yoshiro HIYOSHI: In Memory of Prof.Yoshisige HAYASHI ,129(55)

Number 3
ARTICLE
   Michael Hunter: New Light on Robert Boyle , 125(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 25
  Seiichi OOBA: The Development of the Photographic Industry in Japan III ,142(18)
NOTE
  Masanobu SAKANOUE: Dr.Nobuo YAMADA’s Researches in Paris and its Significance in History of Science , 152(28)
FORUM
  Mitsuo YAMADA: A Short History of the Aeronautical Research Institute, Tokyo Imperial University and a Life of Dr.Nobuo YAMADA between1920 and 1927,158(34)
   Kaoru HARADA: Scientists on whose faces duels left scars , 168(44)
BOOK REVIEWS,177(53)

Number 4
SOURCE
   Hideyuki YOSHIMOTO: KAGAKUSHI Cumulative Index, 1974-1999 , 185 (1)

Volume 27(2000)

Vol.27, Number 1
ARTICLE
   Marco BERETTA: The Image of the Chemical Laboratory from the Renaissance to Lavoisier, 1(1)
JAPANESE CHEMIST SERIES 9
  Kenji TAMARU: Setsuro Tamaru ,16(16)
JAPANESE CHEMIST SERIES 10
  Toyonobu ASAO: Tetsuo Nozoe: Pioneer in Nonbenzenoid Aromatic Chemistry , 23(23)
REMINISCENCE
  Yoshio IWAKURA: Making Poluran ,42(42)
REVIEWS , 47(47)
SOURCES
  List of New Books (1998) , 52(52)
ELOGE
  Tetsuya KAMEYAMA and Makoto OHNO: In Memory of Professor Hajime Kashiwagi , 58(58)

Number 2
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 26
  Seiichi OOBA: The Development of the Photographic Industry in Japan IV ,65(1)
FORUM
   Masanori KAJI: History of Science Society at Pittsburgh in 1999, 74(10)
NEWS , 77(13)
REVIEWS , 80(16)
ELOGE
   Makoto OHNO and Jun UMEDA: In Memory of Professor Hajime Kashiwagi ,95(31)
  THE 2000 Annual Genaral Meeting : Program and Abstracts, 100(36)

Number 3
ARTICLE
  Yoshiyuki KIKUCHI: Hendrik Kramer Hommes and his Chemical Table: Dutch Original of Seimi-Binran and its Social Background in the Mid-19th Century, 129(1)
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 27
  Nobuo YAMANAKA: Changes of Phosphoric Acid Manufacturing Processes in Japan, 156(28)
DISCUSSION
  Ken-ichi KARAKIDA: Effect of “Social Factors” on Scientific Theory Evaluation, 169(41)
FORUM
  Yoshiaki WATANABE: Jane Marcet’s Conversation on Chemistry and its American Edition , 176(48)
REVIEWS , 184(56)
SOURCE
  Hideyuki YOSHIMOTO: An Appendix to KAGAKUSHI Cumulative Index , 193(65)

Number 4
THE HISTORY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SERIES 28
   Yoshinori HATAZAKI: History of Iodine Utilization: History of Disinfectant and Sterilizer Containing Iodine ,197(1)
FORUM
  Yoshiro HIYOSHI: Komin Kawamoto's Kagaku Shinsho and its Significance in Modern Chemistry Teaching ,210(14)
  Tatsuaki Yamaguchi: Pioneer Work on the Molecular Structure of Humic Acid by Niichiro Kishi , 218(22)
  Kenji ITO: History of Science Program at Harvard University , 223(27)
NEWS
  Tetsuo SHIBA: Report on Gratama Workshop for Commemoration of the 400 Year Exchange between Japan and Netherland ,231(35)
REVIEWS , 233(37)
SOURCE
List of New Books (1999) 255(57)

Volume 28(2001)

Number 1
Special Issue: Western Learning in Owari and Mino & The Transition of Ceramic Technologies in Modern Japan
Western Learning in Owari and Mino
  Masataka Kouda: The Origin of Western Learning in Mino , 2(2)
  Shoji Endo: The History of Photography in Owari and Mino , 18(18)
  Toshifumi Yatsumimi: Chinese and Western Scholars in Late Tokugawa Japan: Their Acceptance of Chinese Language Books Written by Westerners , 25(25)
The Transition of Ceramic Technologies in Modern Japan
  Yasuhiro Nakano: The Great Exhibitions and Pottery Technology in Japan ,38(38)
  Tetsuya Ueda: The History of Imperial Ceramics Institute ,45(45)
   Naofumi Morita: The Change of the Ceramics Production Technology , 56(56)
  Shigeru Matsushima: The Pottery Industry and the Industrial Policy in Japan , 63(63)

Number 2
THE LIVES AND WORKS OF WESTERN CHEMISTS SERIES 3
  Yoshiro HIYOSHI: Carl Wilhelm Scheele: His Life and Work ,69(1)
REMINISCENCE
   Yoshio IWAKURA: Synthesizing Macrocyclic Urea Compounds , 86(18)
REVIEWS , 91(23)
THE 2001 Annual General Meeting

Number 3
THE LIVES AND WORKS OF WESTERN CHEMISTS SERIES 4
   Keiko KAWASHIMA: Marie Curie, 145(1)
JAPANESE CHEMIST
   Kazuo YAMAZAKI: The Researches by Geochemist Ietake Okada and his brief biography ,163(19)
DISCUSSION
   Ken-ichi KARAKIDA: Need fo the Shift from the Framework of "Paradigm Shift",171(27)
FORUM
  Yoshiaki WATANABE: Chemical Heritage Foundation in US , 175(31)
REVIEWS ,180(36)

Number 4
THE LIVES AND WORKS OF WESTERN CHEMISTS SERIES 5
   Marco BERETTA: Antoine Laurent Lavoisier,205(1)
ESSENCE AND HISTORY OF R&D
   Hiroshi KAMINAKA: The History of m,p-Cresol , 215(11)
   Masanao EZAKI: Ammonia Synthesis and Industrial Catalyst Commercialization , 226(22)
   Kei MORITA: Pioneer Research Workers in the Company 238(34)
DISCUSSION
   Michi ARATANI: The Message from HARRIET BROOKS: Pioneer Nuclear Scientist , 248(44)
FORUM
  Yoshiaki WATANABE: Alexander Marcet ,253(49)
  Yasu FURUKAWA and Yoshiyuki KIKUCHI: Report on The XXI International Congress of History of Science, Mexico City ,262(58)
SOURCE
  Hiroshi OONISHI: Transition of Clarke Number as seen in Rikagaku Jiten and Rika Nenpyo , 265(61)
LIST OF NEW BOOKS(2000) ,269(65)
REVIEWS ,276(72)

Volume 29(2002)

Number 1
JAPANESE CHEMISTS SERIES 12
   Kozo KUCHITSU: Studies of Molecular Structure by Yonezo Moniro, 1(1)
JAPANESE CHEMISTS SERIES 13
  Mitsugi SENDA: Masuzo Shikata and His Work in Polarography , 16(16)
NOTE
   Ken-ichi KARAKIDA: The Evolution Theory of Michael Polanyi , 31(31)
REMINISCENCES
  Yoshio IWAKURA: From My Encounter with Polymethylenebis(ethyleneurea) to the Development of Reactive Adhesives, Ring-opening Addition Polymerization,and Reactive Polymers--Part 1 ,43(43)
FORUM
  Tatsuaki YAMAGUCHI: The Origins of the Thermal Diffusion Reactor: Hot Wire Reactor, Learning from the Past ,49(49)
REVIEWS , 56(56)

Number 2 (Cumulative Number 99)
THE LIVES AND WORKS OF WESTERN CHEMISTS SERIES 6
  Yohei Kikuchihara: A Biography of Paracelsus: Problems about his Works and their Interwoven "Text" , 69(1)
DISCUSSION
   Ken-ichi KARAKIDA: Construction of a Theory: The Case of the Identification of Causes of Minamata Disease After Research of 20 Years' Duration, 100(32)
REVIEWS , 108(40)
THE 2002 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING , 113(45)

Number 3 (Cumulative Number 100)
COMMEMORATIVE NUMBER 100
   Yasu FURUKAWA: Editorial, 145(1)
   Messages from Overseas , 146(2)
   Messages from Members, 146(2)
   Questionaries to High School Teachers, 152(8)
ARTICLE
   Sayaka OKI: The Utility of Science” in the Discourses of Permanent Secretaries at the Royal Academy of Sceinces of Paris in 18th Century and Its Historical Context , 154(10)
NOTE
   Eiji ITAGAKI: P.J.Sluys, A Dutch Medical Doctor Who Introduced Modern Chemistry into Japan , 172(28)
REVIEWS , 184(40)

Number 4 (Cumulative Number 101)
ARTICLE
   H.Kenji Yoshihara, Izumi Nakai, Yasuo Terada and Masanori Kaji: Studies of Nipponium by Masataka Ogawa and His Son Eijiro, 209(1)
   Eio HONMA: Cartesian Theory of the Concoction in Stomach, 226(14)
SURVEY
   Taro TACHIBANA, Ayao KITAHARA and Manabu SENOO: A Historical Perspective of Colloid and Surface Chemistry in Japan, Part 1 , 237(29)
FORUM
   Yoshiaki WATANABE: Jane Marcet's Conversation on Chemistry and Popular Books on Chemistry of Her Time ,247(39)
   Hiroshi ONISHI: Mole, Past and Present ,254(46)
OBITUARY
   Takashi NAKANISHI: Prof. Masanobu SAKANOUE , 259(51)
REVIEWS , 261(53)
SOURCE, LIST OF NEW BOOKS(2001) ,265(57)

Volume 30(2003)

Number 1
ARTICLE
   Akihisa SETOGUCHI: Insecticides and Chemical Weapons: Case Study of Japan, 1918-1945 , 1(1)
   Toshihiko OSAKI and Tetsuya KAMEYAMA: The Role of National Institutes in the Industrialization of Aichi Prefecture: I. The Establishment of Nagoya Branches of Mechanical Engineering Laboratory and Government Chemical Industrial Research Institute,Tokyo, Part 1 , 11(11)
SURVEY
   Taro TACHIBANA, Ayao KITAHARA and Manabu SENOO: A Historical Perspective of Colloid and Surface Chemistry in Japan, Part 2 , 26(26)
JAPANESE CHEMISTS SERIES 14
   Takashi KUBOTA: Riko Majima: Founder of Organic Chemistry in Japan, Part 1 , 36(36)
REVIEWS
   52(52)



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