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Peter J. Ramberg, Chemical Structure, Spatial Arrangement: The Early History of Stereochemistry, 1874-1914 (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003).

Peter J. Ramberg, “Wilhelm Heintz (1817-1880) and the Chemistry of the Fatty Acids,” Bulletin for the History of Chemistry, 38 (2013): 19-28

Peter J. Ramberg and Geert J. Somsen, “The Young J. H. van ’t Hoff: The Background to the Publication of his 1874 Pamphlet on the Tetrahedral Carbon Atom, Together with a New English Translation,” Annals of Science 58 (2001): 51-74.

Peter J. Ramberg, “Paper Tools and Fictional Worlds: Prediction, Synthesis and Auxiliary Hypotheses in Chemistry,” Tools and Modes of Representation in the Laboratory Sciences, ed. Ursula Klein (Boston: Kluwer, 2001).

Peter J. Ramberg, “The Death of Vitalism and the Birth of Organic Chemistry: Wöhler’s Urea Synthesis in Textbooks of Organic Chemistry,” Ambix 47 (2000): 170-95.

Peter J. Ramberg, “Pragmatism, belief, and reduction: stereoformulas and atomic models in early stereochemistry,” HYLE: An International Journal for the Philosophy of Chemistry 6 (2000): 35-61.

Peter J. Ramberg, “Arthur Michael’s Critique of Stereochemistry, 1887-1900,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 26 (1995): 89-138.

Peter J. Ramberg, “Johannes Wislicenus, Atomism, and the Philosophy of Chemistry: A Translation and Commentary,” Bulletin for the History of Chemistry 15/16 (1994): 45-53.