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Johann Kunckel's Ars Vitraria Experimentalis (1679) is arguably the most important text on seventeenth-century glassmaking. As an augmented German translation of Italian (1612) and English (1662) editions, Kunckel presented a complex and layered text that contained a plethora of recipes,...
While recent historical studies have uncovered the intercontinental reputations of New England alchemists, much still remains to be known about actual attitudes concerning alchemy in the early colonies. Focusing on a corpus of roughly a dozen untranslated, and all but entirely unexamined Latin...
Examples of biological rhythmicity mounted in the first half of the twentieth century, but the nature of biological rhythms – whether they were direct responses to rhythmic environmental stimuli or generated internally by biological clocks or oscillators – remained sharply disputed. When Frank...
The pharmaceutical and manufacturing chemist John Lloyd Bullock, who had joined the Chemical Society in 1842 and who played a fundamental role in the creation of the Royal College of Chemistry in 1845, did not receive an obituary when he died in 1905. Yet, nine years later on the eve of WW1, the...
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