A. Ya. Kipnis - Publications in history of chemistry


[Nos. 1-22 and 24-26 in Russian]

AbbreviationsProc. - Труды Института Истории естествознания и техники АН СССР

(Proceedings of the Institution for History of Science and Technology of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR);

Probl. - Вопросыисторииестествознанияитехники (Problems in History of Science and Technology, Moscow).

1. Dmitri Abashev and his work on solutions. - Proc., 1956, vol. 12, p. 55-72.

2. Shchukarev А. N - БольшаяСоветскаяЭнциклопедия(Great Soviet Encyclo­paedia),

2nd edition, vol. 48, p. 277. Moscow, 1957.

3. A centenary of research in fluid solutions: D. Abashev's contribution. - Russian Journal of.

Physical Chemistry, 1958, vol.32 No 3, p.730-733

.4. A contribution to the history of Gibbs' thermodynamic theory.- Probl., 1959, No.6, p.


5. Some Russian works on thermodynamics of phase equilibrium. -Russian Journal of

Physical Chemistry, 1959, vol. 33, No. 10, p. 2383-2386.

6. Gibbs's thermodynamic theory and the history of chemical thermodynamics in Russia. -

VI11th Mendeleev Congress. Moscow, 1959. Reports abstracts No. 17, p. 51-53.

7. A contribution to the history of chemical thermodynamics in Russia. - Probl., 1960, No. 9,

p. 125-128.

8. Origins and the early period of arising of chemical thermodynamics. - Proc. 1960, vol. 30,

p. 344-350.

9. A. A. Yakovkin - a centenary. (With Yu. I. Solovjev). - Probl., 1960, No. 11, p-


10. The origin of chemical thermodynamics: a historical outline. - Proc. 1961, vol. 31, p-


11. Michael V. Lomonosov's concepts on chemical affinity- - In: ЛомоносовСбстатейи

материалов. V (Lomonosov: Papers to his 250th birthday). - Moscow-Leningrad,

Academy of Sciences of the USSR, 1961, p. 165-173.

12. P. N. Lebedev's letter on critical phenomena. - Probl., 1962, No. 13, p. 88-91.

13. A contribution to the history of the equation of state for the ideal gas. - Ibidem, p- 91-94.

14 N. M. Vittorff, a Russian physical chemist. (With S. A. Pogodin)- In: Очеркипо

историихимии(Essays on History of Chemistry), Moscow, Academy of Sciences of

the USSR, 1963, p. 274-291.

15. Guldberg and his contribution to the development of physical chemistry. - Ibidem, p.


16. The development of chemical thermodynamics in Russia. - Moscow-Leningrad, Nauka

Press, 1964. 348 p.

17. Dmitry Petrovich Konovalov (with Yu. I. Solovjev). - Moscow, Nauka Press, 1964.

192 p.

18. Chemical Thermodynamics. Chapter VI in the book: Yu. I. Solovjev,Очеркипо

историифизическойхимии(Essays on history of physical chemistry). -Moscow,

Nauka Press, 1964, p. 227-280.

19. On searches for new aspects of thermodynamics at the beginning of the 20th century: The unpublished V. A. Michelson's manuscript 'On energies of higher order'. - Ргоbl., 1965,

No. 18, p. 119-123.

20. A contribution to the history of the methods of chemical thermodynamics.- Probl., 1969,

No. 27, p. 32-36.

21. The heat theorem in the history of chemical thermodynamics. - Probl., 1976, No. 4(53),

p. 42-47.

22. Chemical Thermodynamics. Chapter II in the collective monograph: Всеобщаяистория

химии. История учения о химическом процессе. (General History of Chemistry.

History of theory of chemical processes). - Moscow, Nauka Press, 1981, p. 57-118,


23. Die Herausbildung der chemischen Thermodynamik - Rostocker

Wissenschaftshistorische Manuskripte, 1984, Heft 10, S. 45-61. (G). See here

24. Maxwell and van der Waals- (With B. E. Yavelov). In: Maxwell and development of

physics of XIX-XXth centuries. - Moscow, Nauka Press, 1985, p. 140-157.

25. Johannes Diderik Van der Waals: a scientific biography. (With B. E. Yavelov).

Leningrad, Nauka Press, 1985. 310 p.

26. A contribution to the history of molecular physics: A. I. Nadezhdin (1858-1886). In:

Исследованияпоисториифизикиимеханики1990 (Studies on history of physics

and mechanics 1990). Moscow, Nauka Press, 1990, p.5-36.

27. J. W. Gibbs and Chemical Thermodynamics. - In: K. Martinas, L. Ropolyi, P. Szegedi,

Eds. Thermodynamics: History and Philosophy. Facts, Trends, Debates. - World

Scientific, 1991, p. 492-507. (E). See here

28. August Horstmann (1842-1929): Eine große Ubergangsfigur in der Geschichte der

physikalischen Chemie. - Mitteilungen der Fachgruppe 'Geschichte der Chemie' der

Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, 1995, Nr. 11, S. 26-44.

29. Van der Waals and Molecular Science (With B. E. Yavelov and J. S. Rowlinson).

Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1996. 313 p.

30. August Friedrich Horstmann und die physikalische Chemie. ERS Verlag, Berlin, 1997.

212 S.

31. Early Chemical Thermodynamics: Its Duality Embodied in Van't Hoff and Gibbs. In:

Willem J. Hornix and S. H. W. M. Mannaerts (Eds.), Van't Hoff and the emergence of

Chemical Thermodynamics, Delft University Press, 2001, p. 212-242. See here .

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