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AbstractThe authors provide a transcription, translation, and evaluation of nine newly discovered letters from the alchemist Michael Maier (1568–1622) to Gebhardt Johann von Alvensleben (1576–1631), a noble landholder in the vicinity of Magdeburg. Stemming from the final year of his life, this...
AbstractThis article contributes to a growing body of research on the dissemination, dispersion or diffusion of scientific knowledge via pedagogical networks. By examining students’ handwritten lecture notes, I compare the eighteenth-century chemistry lectures given by William Cullen (1710–1790)...
AbstractTrace analysis is usually associated with high-sensitivity analysis instrumentation. It became fully established from the 1960s following consensus among different groups of practitioners over protocols, reference materials, sensitivity, and accuracy and precision. As a consequence, wet...
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