Technochemistry: One of the chemists' ways of knowing [Book Review]
Foundations of Chemistry 15 (2):157-170 (2013)
AbstractIn this article, from the characterization of technoscience of the English historian J. Pickstone and the recognition of the importance of models and modelling in research and teaching of chemistry, the term technochemistry is introduced as a way of chemical knowledge. With the above new possibilities, rethinking the chemistry curriculum is opened
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