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1979

1. R.R. Perkins, "Solvolysis of 1-Haloadamantanes" Journal of Chemical Education, 56, 208 (1979).

2. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "A Summer Immersion Course in Chemistry" Journal of Chemical Education, 56, 86 (1979).

1980

3. R.R. Perkins, S. Bennett, S., E. Bowering, J. Burke, K. Reid, D. Wall, "A Convenient Preparation of Substituted Phenyl Adamantanes from 1-Bromo-Adamantanes" Chemistry and Industry, 780 (1980).

4. R.R. Perkins, "Rubber Gloves, Rubber Balls, and Optical Activity", Journal of Chemical Education, 57, 809 (1980).

5. R.R. Perkins, "Photochemical Displacement Reactions of 1-Alkoxy-adamantanes" Chemistry and Industry, 700 (1980).

1981

6. R.R. Perkins, "Pressure and the Exploding Beverage Container" Journal of Chemical Education, 58, 363 (1981).

7. R.R. Perkins, "An Illustration of Applied Calorimetry - Dieting Students" Journal of Chemical Education, 58, 548 (1981).

8. R.R. Perkins, P. Tibbo, K. Reid and J. Dornan, "Solvolysis of 1-Adamantyl Halides: Retardation by Bridgehead Methyl Groups" Chemistry and Industry, 571-572 (1981).

9. R.R. Perkins, "Optical Activity Demonstrations" School Science Review, 63, 131 (1981).

10. M.J. Webb, "An Experimental Introduction to Stoichiometry" Journal of Chemical Education, 58, 192-193 (1981).

1982

11. R.R. Perkins, "The Identification of Substituted Acetophenones: A Non-Spectroscopic Method" School Science Review, 63, 495-496 (1982).

12. R.R. Perkins and F. Chau, "Ketone Synthesis using Household Bleach" Journal of Chemical Education, 59, 981 (1982).

13. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Three Simple Descriptive Experiments for an Elementary Chemistry Course" Journal of College Science Teaching, 12, 103-104 (1982).

14. M.J. Webb, "Physical and Chemical Change: What's the Difference?" Science Teacher, 49(3), 39-40 (1982).

15. M.J. Webb and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry at the Second Year Level" Journal of Chemical Education, 59, 1012-1013 (1982).

1983

16. A.M. Last, "A Bloody Nose, the Hairdresser's Salon, Flies in an Elevator, and Dancing Couples: The Use of Analogies in Teaching Introductory Chemistry" Journal of Chemical Education, 60, 748-750 (1983).

17. A.M. Last, "A Spoonful of Sugar" Science Teacher, 50(8), 45 (1983).

18. R.R. Perkins, and E. Ryan, Chem 13 News, 5 (April 1983).

19. G.W. Rayner-Canham, A.M. Last, M. van Roode and R.R. Perkins, Foundations of Chemistry, Addison-Wesley, Mass. 1983.

20. G.W. Rayner-Canham, Foundations of Chemistry in the Laboratory, Addison-Wesley, Mass. 1983.

21. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Two British Women Chemists" Education in Chemistry 20, 140-141 (1983).

22. M.J. Webb, A.M. Last and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Let's Stress Chemistry" Science Teacher, 50(7), 26-30 (1983).

23. M.J. Webb, A.M. Last, R.R. Perkins and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Integrating Science Teaching and Research in a Small, Two-Year College" Journal of College Science Teaching, 12(6), 437-441 (1983).

1984

24. A.M. Last, "The Gaming Table" School Science Review, 66, 315-316 (1984).

25. A.M. Last, G.W. Rayner-Canham, M.J. Webb and R.R. Perkins, "An Innovative Freshman Program in a Small, Two-Year College" Journal of College Science Teaching, 14(1), 53-57 (1984).

26. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Some Niobium(V) Complexes and their Relevance to the Uptake of Niobium by Ascidians" Polyhedron, 3, 1029-1031 (1984).

27. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "`Joule' Enjoy Using This Metric Unit" Science Teacher, 51(2), 24-30 (1984).

28. G.W. Rayner-Canham and D.W. Dickerhoof, "An Elucidation of the Iron(III) chloride-clay System for the Removal of Nitrogen-containing Compounds from Petroleum and Shale-oil Distillates" Fuel, 63, 1472-1474 (1984).

29. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Public Chemophobia - A Canadian Perspective" Chem 13 News, 3-4 (Oct. 1984).

30. M.J. Webb, "Kinetic Stability, Kinetic Control, and Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry" Journal of Chemical Education, 61, 988-990 (1984).

31. M.J. Webb and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "A Safety Workshop for School Teachers" Canadian Chemical News, 36, 20-21 (1984).

1985

32. A.M. Last, "Doing the Dishes: An Analogy for Use in Teaching Reaction Kinetics" Journal of Chemical Education, 62, 1015-1016 (1985).

33. A.M. Last, "Promoting Science Through Postage Stamps" Journal of College Science Teaching, 15(1), 45-50 (1985).

34. G.W. Rayner-Canham, M. van Roode and J. Burke, "Nickel and Cobalt Concentrations in the Tunicate Halocynthia Pyriformis: Evidence for Essentiality of the Two Metals" Inorganica Chimica Acta, 106, L37-L38 (1985).

35. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Three Simple Descriptive Organic Experiments for a Preparatory Chemistry Course" Journal of College Science Teaching, 14(4), 242-243 (1985).

36. G.W. Rayner-Canham and H. Frenette, "Some French Women Chemists" Education in Chemistry 22, 176-178 (1985).

37. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "The Enthalpy of Formation of Calcium Hydroxide - A Simple Calorimetry Experiment" School Science Review, 738-739 (June 1985).

38. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Units That Make It SImple" Science Teacher, 52(3), 23-25 (1985).

39. M.J. Webb, "Aqueous Hydrogen Peroxide: Its Household Uses and Concentration Units" Journal of Chemical Education, 62, 152 (1985).

40. M.J. Webb, "Analogies and their Limitations" School Science and Mathematics, 85, 645-650 (1985).

1986

41. R.J. Puddephatt and P.K. Monaghan, The Periodic Table of the Elements, Clarendon Press, Oxford, UK, 1986.

42. G.W. Rayner-Canham and H. Naidu, "The Determination of the Formation Constant of the Tetraiodo-argentate(I) Ion" School Science Review, 67, 543-545 (1986).

43. G.W. Rayner-Canham and W. Dickie, "The Development of a Computer-Assisted Drill Program" J. Computers. Math. Sci. Teaching, 5(3), 46-47 (1986).

44. M.J. Webb, G.W. Rayner-Canham and A.M. Last, "The Minilab: A Novel Approach to Freshman Chemistry Experiments" Journal of College Science Teaching, 15(5), 448-453 (1986).

1987

45. S.B. Abhyankar and N.J. Reed, "Undergraduate semi-micro organic labs: taking the middle path" Canadian Chemical News, 39(8), 19-20 (1987).

46. P.K. Monaghan, "The Periodic Table: To BA or not to AB" Education in Chemistry, 24, 153-155 (1987).

47. G.W. Rayner-Canham and A.M. Last, Chemistry: A First Course, Addison-Wesley Canada, ON. 1987.

48. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "A Software Library for Science Instructors" Journal of College Science Teaching, 17(1), 14-17 (1987).

49. G.W. Rayner-Canham and M. Rayner Canham, "The Shell Model of the Nucleus" Science Teacher, 54(1), 18-20 (1987).

50. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Scientific Word Processing for Personal Computers" Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 6(3), 14-15 (1987).

51. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "The Liberal Arts College and Its Potential Role in Canadian Chemical Education" Canadian Chemical News, 39(8), 9-12 (1987).

52. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Titration calculations" Education in Chemistry, 24, 38 (1987).

53. G.W. Rayner-Canham and D. Wheeler, "The Titration of Phosphoric Acid" Chem 13 News, 30 (April/May 1987).

1988

54. S.B. Abhyankar, "Student participation in designing problems" Chem 13 News, 19 (November 1988).

55. D. Fisher, R. Harrison and G.W. Rayner-Canham, Chemistry: A First Course - Laboratory Manual, Addison-Wesley Canada, ON. 1988.

56. P.K. Monaghan and M. Coyne, "The Periodic Table: A Personal Survey" Education in Chemistry, 25, 139-141 (1988).

57. J.N. Reed, J. Rotchford, and D. Strickland, "Synthesis of 1,2,3,4-tetrahydroquinolines and 1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-1,6-napthyridines by a Directed Lithiation Reaction" Tetrahedron Letters, 29, 5725-5728 (1988).

58. G.W. Rayner-Canham, Chemistry: A First Course - College MiniLabs, Addison-Wesley Canada, ON. 1988.

59. G.W. Rayner-Canham and M.F. Rayner-Canham, "Chemistry Teaching in US Liberal Arts Colleges" Education in Chemistry, 25, 148-150 (1988).

60. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "A Celebration of Chemistry Day" Canadian Chemical News, 40(2), 8 (1988).

61. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "The Grenfell College Chemistry Day Competition" Canadian Chemical News, 40(4), 39 (1988).

62. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "The Group of Three Phenomenon: Does It Work with Computers?" Journal of Chemical Education, 65, 345 (1988).

63. D. Sheppard, G.W. Rayner-Canham, H. Elliott, H. Bugden, and M. Barker, "The Hazard of an `Alchemy' Experiment" Chem 13 News, 2 (December 1988).

1989

64. G.W. Rayner-Canham, P. Fisher, P. LeCouteur, and R. Raap, Chemistry - A Second Course, Addison-Wesley Canada, ON. 1989.

65. G.W. Rayner-Canham and W. Layden, "A Science Safety Road-Show" Journal of College Science Teaching, 18(5), 330-333 (1989).

66. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Harriet Brooks - Pioneer Nuclear Scientist" American Journal of Physics, 57, 899-902 (1989).

1990

67. S.B. Abhyankar, P.K. Monaghan, and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Controversial Comment: The Purpose of National Chemistry Week" Canadian Chemical News, 42(3), 5-6 (1990).

68. E. Buncel and J.M. Dust, "Catalytically significant acid-base properties of carbon-centred reactants" in Solid Base Catalysis Catalytica Study No. 4188SB, 63-121, (January 1990).

69. J.M. Dust, Z.H. Fang, and J.M. Harris, "Proton NMR characterization of poly(ethylene glycols) and derivatives" Macromolecules, 23, 3742-3746 (1990).

70. J.M. Dust and J.M. Harris, "The picryl ether of polyethylene glycol: preparation, characterization, and reaction with n-propylamine" Journal of Polymer Science A: Polymer Chemistry, 28, 1875-1886 (1990).

71. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "The New Standard State Pressure" Chem 13 News, 1-2 (February 1990).

72. G.W. Rayner-Canham, W. Layden and D. Wheeler, "Microscale Experimentation for High Schools. Part I: The Choice of Equipment" Chem 13 News, 8-10 (November 1990).

73. G.W. Rayner-Canham and M.F. Rayner-Canham, "Teaching Problem-Solving Techniques by Microcomputer" J. Computers Math Sci. Teaching, 9(4), 17-23 (1990).

74. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Pioneer Women in Nuclear Science" American Journal of Physics, 58, 1036-1043 (1990).

75. P.W. Slade and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "The Pitfalls of Precipitation Reactions" Journal of Chemical Education, 67, 316-317 (1990).

1991

76. S.B. Abhyankar, "Raman spectroscopy in teaching organic chemistry" Canadian Chemical News, 43(3), 36 (1991).

77. S.B. Abhyankar, A.M. Last, P.K. Monaghan, R.R. Perkins, G.W. Rayner-Canham, J.N. Reed, M.J. Webb, "Scholarship and Chemistry Teaching in the Two-Year College" Journal of Chemical Education, 68, 145-148 (1991).

78. S.B. Abhyankar and D. Strickland, "Bromination using N-bromosuccinimide: A simple introductory organic chemistry experiment" Journal of Chemical Education, 68, 253 (1991).

79. J.M. Dust and E. Buncel, "Reactions of the super-electrophile, 2-(2',4'-dinitrophenyl)-4,6-dinitrobenzotriazole 1-oxide, with methoxide and tert-butoxide: basicity and steric hindrance as factors in s-complex formation versus nucleophilic displacement" Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 69, 978-986 (1991).

80. W. Ellsworth and J.M. Dust, "A dual waste disposal method" Chem 13 News, 2 (December 1991).

81. J.M. Harris, J.M. Dust, R.A. McGill, P.A. Harris, M.J. Edgell, R.M. Sedaghat-Herati, L.J. Karr, and D.L. Donnelly, "New PEGs for Biomedical Applications," Chapter 27 in Water-Soluble Polymers: Synthesis, solution proerties and applications, ACS Symposium Series, vol. 467, American Chemical Society, Washington, 1991, pp 418-429.

82. G.W. Rayner-Canham, W. Ellsworth, W. Goulding, and D. Wheeler, "The Determination of the Formula of a Hydrate Using Volumetric Analysis" School Science Review, 73, 101-2 (1991).

83. G.W. Rayner-Canham and J. Kettle, "The True Allotropes of Sulphur" Education in Chemistry, 28, 49-51 (1991).

84. G.W. Rayner-Canham, D. Wheeler and W. Layden, "Microscale Experimentation for High Schools. Part II: Homemade Equipment" Chem 13 News, 4-5 (January 1991).

85. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Innovative Teaching Methods, Part I: Determining Oxidation Numbers by Deduction" Chem 13 News, 3 (November 1991).

86. G.W. Rayner-Canham and R. Doleman, "Innovative Teaching Methods, Part II: Displaying oxidation number changes using the `ticker-tape' method" Chem 13 News, 3 (December 1991).

1992

87. S.B. Abhyankar and J.M. Dust, "A serendipitous two-step synthesis from a Grignard reaction: 1-ethoxy-1,1,1-triphenylmethane from the reaction of phenylmagnesium bromide with benzophenone" Journal of Chemical Education, 69, 76 (1992).

88. E. Buncel, J.M. Dust, A. Jonczyk, R.A. Manderville and I. Onyido, "Regioselectivity in the reaction of ambident phenoxide ion and methoxide and hydroxide ions with 2,4,6-trinitroanisole. Kinetic and thermodynamic control" Journal of the American Chemical Society, 114, 5610-5619 (1992).

89. J.M. Dust, "Charge transfer and electron transfer processes in biologically significant systems. 1. Charge transfer complex formation between 1,3,5-trinitrobenzene and N,N-dimethyl-3,4-di-O-methyldopamine, a dopamine analogue" Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 70, 151-157 (1992).

90. J.M. Dust and R.A. Manderville, "A New, Mild Preparation of 2,4,6-trinitrofluorobenzene" OPPI (Organic Preparations and Procedures International) Briefs, 24(1), 55-57 (1992).

91. J.M. Dust, "Getting those thousand words right: A (non-exhaustive) survey of textbook energy profiles used to explain catalysis" C3 (College Chemistry Canada) News, 4-6 (Fall 1992).

92. R.I. Haines and S.J. Northcott, "Kinetics and mechanism of oxidation of nickel(II) macrocycles by the peroxydisulphate anion in aqueous and binary aqueous mixtures" Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 70, 2785-91 (1992).

93. G.W. Rayner-Canham and M.F. Rayner-Canham, "Innovative Teaching Methods, Part III: Using strategies and relationships in mole calculations" Chem 13 News, 1 (January 1992).

94. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Innovative Teaching Methods, Part IV: Solving limiting reagent problems" Chem 13 News, 3 (February 1992).

95. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Innovative Teaching Methods, Part V: Solving gas density problems" Chem 13 News, 3 (March 1992).

96. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Everything is the Result of Chemistry" ChemTech, 22, 329-332 (1992).

97. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, Harriet Brooks: Pioneer Nuclear Scientist, McGill-Queen's University Press, 1992.

1993

98. R.I. Haines, L. Butt, M.K. Park and D. Wheeler, "Oxidation of Bis-(1,4,7-triazacyclononane)nickel(II) by Peroxydisulphate Anion in Aqueous and Binary Aqueous Media" Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 71, 976-982 (1993).

99. R.I. Haines and M.K. Park, "Reaction Kinetics of Macrocyclic Silver(II) Complexes. Part I. Acid Aquation of [Ag(II)([15]aneN4)]2+ and its reaction with Peroxodisulphate" Journal of Coordination Chemistry, 29, 307-317 (1993).

100. G.W. Rayner-Canham and G. Pike, "The search for elusive element 43" Education in Chemistry, 30, 12-14 (1993).

101. G.W. Rayner-Canham and M.F. Rayner-Canham, "A Chemist of Some Repute" Chemistry in Britain, 29, 206-208 (1993).

102. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "High School Chemistry in Canada" ChemNZ, (50), 16-18 (1993).

103. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "The Conductivity of Solutions: Laying the Foundations of Modern Chemical Thought" Journal of College Science Teaching, 23(1), 62-64 (1993).

1994

104. E. Buncel, R.M. Tarkka and J.M. Dust, "AM1 studies on the stabilities of anionic sigma-complex regioisomers: thermodynamics of regioselectivity in the reaction of methide, methoxide and hydroxide anions with electron-deficient aromatics" Canadian Journal of Chemistry 72, 1709-1721 (1994).

105. J.M. Dust and E. Buncel, "Reactions of the ambident super-electrophile series: the 2-(nitroaryl)-4,6-dinitrobenzotriazole 1-oxides with isopropoxide ion. Pathways of decomposition of the anionic sigma-adducts" Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 72, 218-226 (1994)

106. W.J. Layden and J.M. Dust, "The Safety frame-up" Journal of Chemical Education, 71, 54 (1994).

107. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Concepts of Acids & Bases: Laying the Foundations of Modern Chemical Thought" Journal of College Science Teaching, 23(4), 246-247 (1994).

108. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "The Bonding in Molecular Oxygen: Laying the Foundations of Modern Chemical Thought" Journal of College Science Teaching, 23(6), 377-379 (1994).

109. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Microscale methods in general chemistry" Education in Chemistry, 31, 68-70 (1994).

110. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Some Exploits in Chemical Education and the History of Science: Contributions from a Small College" Canadian Chemical News, 46(4), 14-15 (1994).

111. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Chemistry is a Different Science!" Chem13 News, 1 (May 1994).

112. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "A Student's Travels, Close Dancing, Bathtubs, and the Shopping Mall: More Analogies in Teaching Introductory Chemistry"J. Chem. Educ., 71, 943-944 (1994).

113. A. Slater and G. Rayner-Canham, Microscale Chemistry Laboratory Manual, Addison-Wesley, ON. 1994.

114. A. Slater and G. Rayner-Canham, Microscale Chemistry Laboratory Manual: Teacher's Edition, Addison-Wesley, ON. 1994.

1995

115. S.B. Abhyankar and S. Subramanian, "Raman Spectroscopy in Undergraduate Chemical Education," Spectrochimica Acta, A51, 2199-2204 (1995).

116. E. Buncel, J.M. Dust and F. Terrier, "Rationalizing the regioselectivity in polynitroarene anionic sigma-adduct formation. Relevance to nucleophilic aromatic substitution." Chemical Reviews 95, 2261-2280 (1995).

117. J.M. Dust and M.D. Secord, "Kinetic and spectroscopic studies of the hydrolysis of bis(2,4-dinitrophenyl ether)s of poly(ethylene glycol)" Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, 8, 810-824 (1995).

118. G.W. Rayner-Canham, Introductory Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry, W.H. Freeman Publishing Co., 1995.

119. G. Rayner-Canham, "Formal Charge, a Useful Teaching Concept to Predict Practical Electron-dot Structures, and its relationship to Oxidation Number," Chem 13 News, 1-2 (September 1995).

120. M.D. Secord and J.M. Dust, "An inexpensive low-speed centrifuge for microtubes," Chem 13 News (240), 8 (1995).

1996

121. J.M. Dust and M.D. Secord, "Balancing organic redox equations using oxidation number," Chem 13 News, (248), 6-8 (1996).

122. M. Hauben and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "The Remsen Demonstration: 'Nitric Acid Acts upon Copper'," Journal of College Science Teaching, 25(5), 368-371 (1996).

123. M. Hauben and G. Rayner-Canham, "Reaction in a Bag: Explanations for an Endothermic/Exothermic Gas-Producing Demonstration," Chem 13 News, 14-15 (February 1996).

124. R.A. Manderville, J.M. Dust and E. Buncel, "Reaction pathways for ambident aryloxide O- and C-nucleophiles in SNAr displacement versus Meisenheimer complex formation with picryl halides. Stereoelectronic effects on regioselectivity." Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, 9, 515-528 (1996)

125. E. Buncel, J.M. Dust and R.A. Manderville, "Ambident reactivity of enolate ions toward 1,3,5-trinitrobenzene. the first observation of an oxygen-bonded enolate Meisenheimer complex," Journal of the American Chemical Society, 118, 6071-6071 (1996).

126. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Women's Fields of Chemistry: 1900-1920," Journal of Chemical Education, 73, 136-138 (1996).

127. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Women in Chemistry: Participation during the early Twentieth Century," Journal of Chemical Education, 73, 203-205 (1996).

128. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "The Gretna garrison," Chemistry in Britain, 32, 37-41 (1996).

1997

129. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, A Devotion to their Science: Pioneer Women of Radioactivity, McGill-Queen's University Press and the Chemical Heritage Foundation, 1997.

130. E. Buncel, R.A. Manderville, and J.M. Dust, "Ambident reactivity of aryloxide ions towards the super-electrophile, 4,6-dinitrobenzofuroxan. Kinetics, thermodynamics and stereoelectronic factors on regioselectivity." Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 2, 1019 (1997).

131. J.M. Dust, "The Chemistry Stream of Environmental Science at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College." C3 News, 22, 5-6 (Winter 1997).

1998

132. J.M. Dust and R.A. Manderville, "Carbon versus oxygen nucleophilic selectivity in the reaction of the aryloxide ions, 2,6- and 3,5- di-tert-butyl phenoxides with the 2-(nitro)x aryl-4,6-dinitrobenzotriazole 1-oxide series of super-electrophiles. Stereoelectronic factors on C-7 Meisenheimer complex formation versus C-1' SNAr displacement." Canadian Journal of Chemistry 76, 662 (1998).

133. S.B. Abhyankar, J.M. Dust, D-R. Parkinson, G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Environmental Chemistry at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College," Canadian Chemical News 50(3), 16-17 (1998).

134. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "A Chemistry Show Without the Magic," Canadian Chemical News 50(3), 22-25 (1998).

135. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, Women in Chemistry: Their Changing Roles from Alchemical Times to the Mid-Twentieth Century, American Chemical Society and the Chemical Heritage Foundation, 1998.

1999

136. G.W. Rayner-Canham, Introductory Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry, 2nd Edition, W.H. Freeman Publishing Co., 2000.

137. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Hoppy’s Ladies," Chem. Brit., 35, 47-49 (1999).

138. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "British Women Chemists and the First World War," Bull. Hist. Chem., (23), 20-27 (1999).

139. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "A Tale of Two Spouses," Chem. Brit., 35 (October), 45-46 (1999).

140. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Women Chemists-The Pioneers," Educ. Chem., 36, 152-154 (1999).

141. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Women’s Work," Educ. Chem., 37, 103-104, 109 (2000).

2000

142. G. Rayner-Canham, W. Ellsworth, D. Strickland, and D. Wheeler, "A Computer-Interfaced Physical Chemistry Laboratory: Some Personal Experiences," Canadian Chemical News, 52(3), 16-17 (2000).

143. G.W. Rayner-Canham and A. Hewlin, "Sulphur Hexafluoride: A Little-Known Greenhouse Gas," Educ. Chem., 37, 69-70, 81 (2000).

144. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Periodic Patterns," J. Chem. Educ., 77, 1053 (2000).

145. G. Rayner-Canham and S. Huelin, "Atmospheric Chemistry: The Structure of the Cl2O2 Molecule" Chem13 News, 6-7 (Sept 2000).

146. M.F. Rayner-Canham and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Stefanie Horovitz, Ellen Gleditsch, Ada Hitchins, and the Discovery of Isotopes." Bulletin of the History of Chemistry, 25(2), 103-108 (2000).

2001

146. V.K. Balarishnan, G.W. van Loon, J.M. Dust, and E. Buncel, "Catalytic Pathways in the Ethanolysis of feitrothion, an Organophosphorus Pesticide.A Dichotomy in the Behaviour of Complexing Agents." Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 79, 157-173 (2001).

147. E. Buncel and J.M. Dust, Carbanion chemistry: Structures and mechanisms. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. (ISBN: 0841235562; July 2001). In Press.

148. E. Buncel, N.L. Mailloux, R.S. Brown, P.M.Kazmaier, and J. Dust, "Synthesis and Characterization of [3,3]- and [3,4]-perinophane." Tetrahedron Letters, 42, 3559-3563 (2001).

149. J.M. Dust and C.S. Warren, "Kinetics and Activation Parameters for the Alkaline Aqueous Rearrangement of trichlorofon [O,O-dimethyl-(2,2,2-trichloro-1-hydroxyethyl)phosphonate] to Dichlorvos [O,O-dimethyl-O-(2,2-dichloroethenyl)phosphate]." Water Quality Research Journal of Canada, 36, 589-604 (2001).

150. U. Goering-Boone and G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Stoichiometric Problem Solving: A Combined Approach." Chem13 News, 10-11 (May 2001).

151. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Nickel-48: Double Magic." Education in Chemistry, 38, 46-48 (2001).

152. G.W. Rayner-Canham, S. Damji, and U. Goering-Boone, Addison Wesley Chemistry 11. Pearson Publishing Co., Don Mills, ON, 2001.

153. G.W. Rayner-Canham and J. Eix, "Electronegativity Revisited." Chem13 News, 1-2 (January 2001).

154. G.W. Rayner-Canham, "Fluoride: Trying to Separate Fact from Fallacy." Chem13 News, 16-19 (September 2001).

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