Table of contents for Cathedrals of science / Patrick Coffey.

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Contents
 Prologue
1.	The Ionists-Arrhenius and Nernst
2.	Physical Chemistry in America-Lewis and Langmuir
3.	The Third Law and Nitrogen-Haber and Nernst
4.	Chemists at War-Haber, Nernst, Langmuir, and Lewis
5.	The Lewis-Langmuir Theory-Lewis, Langmuir, and Harkins
6.	Science and the Nazis-Nernst and Haber
7.	Nobel prizes -Lewis and Langmuir
8.	Heavy Water, Acids and Bases, Plutonium-Lewis, Urey, and Seaborg
9.	The Secret of Life-Pauling, Wrinch, and Langmuir
10.	Pathological Science-Langmuir
11.	Lewis's Last Days
Epilogue
Sources, Acknowledgements, and Selected Bibliography
Endnotes

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Discoveries in science.
Chemical weapons.
Chemists -- Psychology.
Langmuir, Irving, 1881-1957.
Lewis, Gilbert Newton, 1875-1946.
Science -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Chemistry -- History -- 20th century.