Newton's ideas on the structure of matter and their impact on eighteenth-century chemistry: some historical and methodological remarks

Carrier M (1986)
International Studies in the Philosophy of science 1(1): 85-105.

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Carrier M. Newton's ideas on the structure of matter and their impact on eighteenth-century chemistry: some historical and methodological remarks. International Studies in the Philosophy of science. 1986;1(1):85-105.
Carrier, M. (1986). Newton's ideas on the structure of matter and their impact on eighteenth-century chemistry: some historical and methodological remarks. International Studies in the Philosophy of science, 1(1), 85-105.
Carrier, M. (1986). Newton's ideas on the structure of matter and their impact on eighteenth-century chemistry: some historical and methodological remarks. International Studies in the Philosophy of science 1, 85-105.
Carrier, M., 1986. Newton's ideas on the structure of matter and their impact on eighteenth-century chemistry: some historical and methodological remarks. International Studies in the Philosophy of science, 1(1), p 85-105.
M. Carrier, “Newton's ideas on the structure of matter and their impact on eighteenth-century chemistry: some historical and methodological remarks”, International Studies in the Philosophy of science, vol. 1, 1986, pp. 85-105.
Carrier, M.: Newton's ideas on the structure of matter and their impact on eighteenth-century chemistry: some historical and methodological remarks. International Studies in the Philosophy of science. 1, 85-105 (1986).
Carrier, Martin. “Newton's ideas on the structure of matter and their impact on eighteenth-century chemistry: some historical and methodological remarks”. International Studies in the Philosophy of science 1.1 (1986): 85-105.
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