Foundations of Chemistry
Foundations of Chemistry is an international journal is an interdisciplinary forum in which chemists, biochemists, philosophers, historians, educators and sociologists discuss conceptual and fundamental issues which relate to the `central science' of chemistry. Coverage includes the autonomous role of chemistry between physics and biology and the question of the reduction of chemistry to quantum mechanics.
The journal publishes peer-reviewed articles on a wide range of topics, including chemical models, language, metaphors, and theoretical terms; chemical evolution and artificial self-replication; the social and ethical aspects of chemistry's professionalism; modeling and instrumentation in chemistry; the nature of explanation in the chemical sciences; theoretical chemistry, molecular structure and chaos; ancient chemistry, medieval chemistry and alchemy; philosophical and historical articles; and more.
Foundations of Chemistry offers themed issues, and includes book reviews and discussion notes.
- 16 Volumes
- 48 Issues
- 375 Articles
- 8 Open Access
- 1999 - 2014 Available between
Alexander Yu. Rulev (February 2015)
Eric Scerri (ed): 30-Second elements: the 50 most significant elements, each explained in half a minute
George B. Kauffman (October 2014)
Eric R. Scerri (October 2014)
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