The Role of Chemistry in History

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April 18th, 2008 · No Comments ·

Introduction to Methamphetamine/ Discovery and Early Usage/ World War II/ 1950’s to Today/ Meth’s affect on History/ How it is Made/ References

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Iversen, L. (2006) Speed, Ecstasy, Ritalin, Oxford: OUP.

Meyer, U. (2005). Fritz hauschild (1908-1974) and drug research in the ‘German Democratic Republic’ (GDR). Pharmazie. 60(6): 468-72

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Winslow BT, Voorhees KI, Pehl KA (2007). Methamphetamine abuse. American family physician 76 (8): 1169–1174.

Methamphetamine use dates to post-WWII era: drug little-known risk factor in early AIDS days. (2002). AIDS Alert 17(10): 125-127



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