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[1931] Boyle's Conception of Element Compared with That of Lavoisier ; Tenney L. Davis ; ISIS 16 (1931) p. 82 [lien]
[1966] The Emergence of Dalton's Chemical Atomic Theory: 1801-08 ; Arnold W. Thackray ; The British Journal for the History of Science 3 (1966) p. 1 [lien]
[1967] Fire analysis and the elements in the sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries ; Allen G. Debus ; Annals of Science 23 (1967) p. 127 [lien]
[1970] The Functions of Affinity Tables and Lavoisier's List of Elements ; A. M. Duncan ; Ambix 17 (1970) p. 28 [lien]
[1973] Lavoisier's Table of the Elements: A Reappraisal ; C. E. Perrin ; Ambix 20 (1973) p. 95 [lien]
[1973] Spectroscopy and the Elements in the Late Nineteenth Century: The Work of Sir William Crookes ; Robert K. DeKosky ; The British Journal for the History of Science 6 (1973) p. 400 [lien]
[1975] The Discovery of an Element ; E. Rancke-Madsen ; Centaurus 19 (1975) p. 299 [lien]
[1978] À propos d'un mémoire de 1854 par J. Trouessart, traitant du développement de la notion d'élément chimique ; Józef Hurwic ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 31 (1978) p. 67 [lien]
[1980] The Discovery of Supposed New Elements: Two Centuries of Errors ; V. Karpenko ; Ambix 27 (1980) p. 77 [lien]
[1982] Lavoisier's Table of Simple Substances: Its Origin and Interpretation ; Robert Siegfried ; Ambix 29 (1982) p. 29 [lien]
[1984] Regards sur l'histoire de l'élément chimique ; Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent ; BUP 666 (jul 1984) p. 1273 [lien]
[1993] [Actualité] Des noms et des éléments ; Michel Ellenberger ; La Recherche 255 (jun 1993) p. 742 [lien]
[2000] Conceptual Changes in Chemistry: The Notion of a Chemical Element, ca. 1900–1925 ; Helge Kragh ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B 31 (2000) p. 435 [lien]
[2000] The discovery of the heaviest elements ; S. Hofmann ; G. Münzenberg ; Reviews of Modern Physics 72 (2000) p. 733 [lien]
[2002] From Elements to Atoms: A History of Chemical Composition ; Robert Siegfried ; Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 92 (2002) p. 1 [lien]
[2002] À propos de l'étymologie des noms des éléments ; Maurice Aurès ; BUP 843 (avr 2002) p. 737 [lien]
[2002] L'étymologie des éléments chimiques ; Laurent Marthinet ; BUP 840 (jan 2002) p. 127 [lien]
[2003] Are the Elements Elementary? Nineteenth-Century Chemical and Spectroscopical Answers ; Matteo Leone ; Nadia Robotti ; Physics in Perspective 5 (2003) p. 360 [lien]