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The physics, mathematics, and chemistry communities: A comparative analysis

Kevles, Daniel (1979) The physics, mathematics, and chemistry communities: A comparative analysis. In: The Organization of Knowledge in Modern America, 1860-1920. Johns Hopkins University Press , Baltimore, pp. 139-172. ISBN 0801821088.

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Additional Information:© 1979 Johns Hopkins University Press. In writing this chapter, I have benefited from the comments of my fellow participants in the American Academy symposium. I also want to thank Jeffrey Sturchio, who is writing his doctoral dissertation on American chemistry in this period, for his advice on sources; D. Stanley Tarbell and Ann Tracy Tarbell for making available to me their draft study of Ira Remsen; Roy MacLeod for his acute criticisms of the penultimate draft of this paper; and especially Carolyn Harding for her untiring and reliable aid in the gathering and analysis of the statistical data. Formerly SSWP 139.
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