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William Hodson Brock. The Chemical Tree: A History of Chemistry. W. W. Norton & Company. 2000. 744pp.

Allen George Debus. The French Paracelsians: The Chemical Challenge to Medical and Scientific Tradition in Early Modern France. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 268pp.

Eduard Farber. The Evolution of Chemistry: A History of Its Ideas, Methods, and Materials. Ronald Press Co.. 1952. 349pp.

W. Ronald Fawcett. Liquids, Solutions, and Interfaces: From Classical Macroscopic Descriptions to Modern Microscopic Details. Oxford University Press. 2004. 638pp. The chemistry of solutions.

Jan Golinski. Science as Public Culture: Chemistry and Enlightenment in Britain, 1760-1820. Cambridge University Press. 1992. 356pp.

Frederic Lawrence Holmes; Trevor Harvey Levere (editor). Instruments and Experimentation in the History of Chemistry. MIT Press. 2000. 415pp.

Aaron John Ihde. The Development of Modern Chemistry. Courier Dover Publications. 1984. 851pp.

Bernard Jaffe. Crucibles: The Story of Chemistry from Ancient Alchemy to Nuclear Fission. Courier Dover. 1976. 368pp. Biographies of key chemists.

Henry Marshall Leicester. Source Book in Chemistry, 1900-1950. Harvard University Press. 1968. 408pp.

Richard Morris. The Last Sorcerers: The Path from Alchemy to the Periodic Table. National Academies Press. 2003. 282pp.

James Riddick Partington. A Short History of Chemistry. Harper. 1960. 415pp.

David Wright. Translating Science: The Transmission of Western Chemistry Into Late Imperial China, 1840-1900. E. J. Brill. 2000. 558pp.

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