A Lead User of Instruments in Science: John D. Roberts and the Adaptation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Organic Chemistry, 1955-1975

Reinhardt C (2006)
ISIS. An International Review devoted to the History of Science and its Cultural Influence 97(2): 205-236.

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Reinhardt C. A Lead User of Instruments in Science: John D. Roberts and the Adaptation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Organic Chemistry, 1955-1975. ISIS. An International Review devoted to the History of Science and its Cultural Influence. 2006;97(2):205-236.
Reinhardt, C. (2006). A Lead User of Instruments in Science: John D. Roberts and the Adaptation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Organic Chemistry, 1955-1975. ISIS. An International Review devoted to the History of Science and its Cultural Influence, 97(2), 205-236.
Reinhardt, C. (2006). A Lead User of Instruments in Science: John D. Roberts and the Adaptation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Organic Chemistry, 1955-1975. ISIS. An International Review devoted to the History of Science and its Cultural Influence 97, 205-236.
Reinhardt, C., 2006. A Lead User of Instruments in Science: John D. Roberts and the Adaptation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Organic Chemistry, 1955-1975. ISIS. An International Review devoted to the History of Science and its Cultural Influence, 97(2), p 205-236.
C. Reinhardt, “A Lead User of Instruments in Science: John D. Roberts and the Adaptation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Organic Chemistry, 1955-1975”, ISIS. An International Review devoted to the History of Science and its Cultural Influence, vol. 97, 2006, pp. 205-236.
Reinhardt, C.: A Lead User of Instruments in Science: John D. Roberts and the Adaptation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Organic Chemistry, 1955-1975. ISIS. An International Review devoted to the History of Science and its Cultural Influence. 97, 205-236 (2006).
Reinhardt, Carsten. “A Lead User of Instruments in Science: John D. Roberts and the Adaptation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Organic Chemistry, 1955-1975”. ISIS. An International Review devoted to the History of Science and its Cultural Influence 97.2 (2006): 205-236.
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