The Quiet Revolution

  Acknowledgments

  Introduction
 expand section1—  Academic Chemistry in Early Nineteenth-Century Germany
 expand section2—  Growing Up and Limbering Up
 expand section3—  A Journeyman Chemist
 expand section4—  Gerhardt and Wurtz
 expand section5—  Early Years in Marburg
 expand section6—  Confronting the Reform Movement
 expand section7—  Kekulé, Wurtz, and the Rise of Structure Theory
 expand section8—  Carbonic Acid and Natural Types
 expand section9—  The Great Break
 expand section10—  The Theory of Chemical Structure and the Structure of Chemical Theory
 collapse section11—  Leipzig
 The Kingdom of Saxony and Its University
 Kolbe's Call to Leipzig and Its Context
 Establishing the Leipzig Laboratory
 Acquiring a Journal
 expand section12—  Aromatic Chemistry
 expand section13—  Life and Work in Leipzig
 expand section14—  Pride and Prejudice
  Issues and Reflections

 expand sectionNotes
  Abbreviations for Frequently Cited Sources
 expand sectionGlossary
 expand sectionBibliography
 expand sectionIndex

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