The Kaiser's Chemists: Science and Modernization in Imperial Germany

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8-1 Ernst Beckmann and assistants172
8-2 Otto Hahn and Lise Meitner177
9-1 "Science in Uniform": Fritz Haber197

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3-1 Membership of the Select Committee for the Founding of an Imperial Chemical Institute, 1905-190853
3-2 Membership of the Chief (General) Committee for the Founding of an Imperial Chemical Institute, 1905-190855
4-1 Share of Selected Branches in German Foreign Trade, 1900-191382
4-2 Employment Trends in Agriculture, Heavy Industry, Machines, and Chemicals, 1895-190783
5-1 Firms in the Chemical Industry Association Offering Contributions to the Imperial Chemical Institute Project, ca. September 190793
5-2 Membership of the Imperial Chemical Institute Association, March 1908-March 191399
6-1 Capital Grants to the Kaiser Wilhelm Society and Its Institutes from Sources in Germany, by Economic Branch, to August 1, 1914115
7-1 Administrative Bodies of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry, Berlin-Dahlem, March 1912146
7-2 Initial Composition (October 1912) of the Scientific Advisory Council of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institutes for Chemistry and Physical Chemistry149
7-3 Members of the Curatorium, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Coal Research, 1912151
7-4 Members of the Donors' Committee for the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Coal Research, October-November 1912152
8-1 Budget Plan of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry for the Year 1914-1915174

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