phlogistique

[1937] Historical studies on the phlogiston theory.—I. The levity of phlogiston ; J.R. Partington ; Douglas McKie ; Annals of Science 2 (1937) p. 361 [lien]
[1938] Historical studies on the phlogiston theory.—III. Light and heat in combustion ; J.R. Partington ; Douglas McKie ; Annals of Science 3 (1938) p. 337 [lien]
[1938] Historical studies on the phlogiston theory.—II. The negative weight of phlogiston ; J.R. Partington ; Douglas McKie ; Annals of Science 3 (1938) p. 1 [lien]
[1939] Historical studies on the phlogiston theory.—IV. Last phases of the theory ; J.R. Partington ; Douglas McKie ; Annals of Science 4 (1939) p. 113 [lien]
[1950] Le poids du feu ; Gérard Vassails ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 3 (1950) p. 222 [lien]
[1955] An Attempt in the United States to Resolve the Differences between the Oxygen and the Phlogiston Theories ; Robert Siegfried ; ISIS 46 (1955) p. 327 [lien]
[1970] Early Opposition to the Phlogiston Theory: Two Anonymous Attacks ; Carleton Perrin ; The British Journal for the History of Science 5 (1970) p. 128 [lien]
[1975] Lomonosov's Views on Combustion and Phlogiston ; Henry M. Leicester ; Ambix 22 (1975) p. 1 [lien]
[1978] Eighteenth-Century Identifications of Electricity with Phlogiston ; William M. Sudduth ; Ambix 25 (1978) p. 131 [lien]
[1981] Lavoisier's Views on Phlogiston and the Matter of Fire before about 1770 ; Richard C. Jennings ; Ambix 28 (1981) p. 206 [lien]
[1983] Oxygen, Phlogiston, and Caloric: The Case of Guyton ; Evan M. Melhado ; Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences 13 (1983) p. 311 [lien]
[1983] Joseph Black and the absolute levity of phlogiston ; Carleton E. Perrin ; Annals of Science 40 (1983) p. 109 [lien]
[1989] Lavoisier and the phlogistic connection ; Robert Siegfried ; Ambix 36 (1989) p. 31 [lien]
[1992] Phlogiston After Oxygen ; Douglas Allchin ; Ambix 39 (1992) p. 110 [lien]
[1994] James Hutton and phlogiston ; Douglas Allchin ; Annals of Science 51 (1994) p. 615 [lien]
[2000] Madame Lavoisier et la traduction française de l'Essay on phlogiston de Kirwan ; Keiko Kawashima ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 53 (2000) p. 235 [lien]
[2002] Richard Kirwan's Phlogiston Theory: Its Success and Fate ; Seymour Mauskop ; Ambix 49 (2002) p. 185 [lien]
[2006] Unification achieved: William Cullen's theory of heat and phlogiston as an example of his philosophical chemistry ; Georgette Taylor ; The British Journal for the History of Science 39 (2006) p. 477 [lien]
[2008] The Phlogistic Role of Heat in the Chemical Revolution and the Origins of Kirwan's ‘Ingenious Modifications… Into the Theory of Phlogiston’ ; Victor Boantza ; Annals of Science 65 (2008) p. 309 [lien]
[2009] We Have Never Been Whiggish (About Phlogiston) ; Hasok Chang ; Centaurus 51 (2009) p. 239 [lien]
[2011] The ‘absolute existence’ of phlogiston: the losing party's point of view ; Victor D. Boantza ; Ofer Gal ; The British Journal for the History of Science 44 (2011) p. 317 [lien]
[2011] Phlogiston, Lavoisier and the purloined referent ; Lucía Lewowicz ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 42 (2011) p. 436 [lien]