Roald Hoffmann

Publication List

BOOKS:

 Chemistry Imagined,  Roald Hoffmann and Vivian Torrence, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, 1993; Translated into Chinese, Shanghai Scientific and Technological Education Publishing House, Shanghai, PRC; in Spanish as Química Imaginada: Reflexiones sobre la ciencia, trans. by P. Linn and M. A. Méndez-Rojas, Fondo de Cultura Económico, México(2005).

 The Same and Not the Same, Columbia University Press, New York (1995).  Translated into Korean, German, Chinese, Spanish; in Italian as La Chimica allo Specchio, trans. by Libero Sosio, Longanesi, C., Milan (2005); in Portuguese as O Mesmo e o Não-Mesmo, trans. by Roberto Leal Ferreira, Editora UNESP, São Paulo (2007).

 Old Wine, New Flasks:  Reflections on Science and Jewish Tradition, Roald Hoffmann and Shira Leibowitz Schmidt, W.H. Freeman, New York (1997); in Spanish as Vino Viejo, Anforas Nuevas, trans. by María de Jésus Rosales Hoz and Salvador G. Medina Méndez,  Fondo de Cultura Económico, México (2004).

 Beyond the Finite: The Sublime in Art and Science, ed. Roald Hoffmann and Iain Boyd Whyte, Oxford University Press, New York, 2011. Originally published in German as Das Erhabene in Wissenschaft und Kunst: Űber Vernunft und Einbildungskraft, ed. Roald Hoffmann and Iain Boyd Whyte,Editions Unseld (Suhrkamp), Berlin, 2010.

 Roald Hoffmann on the Philosophy, Art, and Science of Chemistry, ed. J. Kovac and M. Weisberg, Oxford University Press, New York, 2011.

 Joy Goswami: Selected Poems, ed. by Roald Hoffmann, Whale & Star Press, Miami FL, 2013.

 

PLAYS:

Oxygen, Carl Djerassi and Roald Hoffmann, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (2001); in German as Oxygen, trans. By Edwin Ortmann, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (2001); in Spanish as Oxígeno, trans. Abdiel Macías, Fondo de Cultura Económica, México (2003); in Korean, trans. Duckhwan Lee, Korean Chemical Society, Seoul (2003); in French, trans. A. & J.-M. Kornprobst, preface by Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent and Brigitte Van Tiggelen, Presses Universitaires du Mirail, Toulouse (2003); in Chinese, Shanghai Scientific & Technological Education Publishing House, Shanghai (2003);  Oxygen: Excerpts from a work in progress,” Carl Djerassi and Roald Hoffmann, with text by Rachel Nowak, New Scientist (October 16, 1999);  “from Oxygen,” Carl Djerassi and Roald Hoffmann, Kenyon Review & Stand 23(2), 221-236 (2001); “Science-in-Theater: Oxygen,” Carl Djerassi and Roald Hoffmann, in Connecting Creations: Science, Technology and the Arts, ed. M.A. Safir, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea (CGAC), Santiago de Compostela, Spain (2000);  “From Oxygen,” Carl Djerassi and Roald Hoffmann, in Writing on Air, ed. D. Rothenberg & W.J. Pryor, MIT Press (2003); published in Chinese, Shanghai Scientific and Technological Education Publishing House, Shanghai, PRC; in Italian as Ossigeno, trans. By Daniela Majerna, CLUEB, Bologna (2003); in French as “Oxygène”, trans. by Aimée and Jean-Michel Kornprobst, preface by Bernadett Bensaud-Vincent and Brigitte Van Tiggelen, Presses Universitaties du Mirail, Toulouse (2003); in Portuguese (Brazilian) as Oxigêno, trans. by Juergen Heinrich Maar, Vieira & Lent, Rio de Janeiro (2004).

Should’ve, translated into Italian as Se si può, si deve?, Di Renzo Editore, Rome (2007); translated into Russian by Ekaterina Oganessian as Kto-to Dolzhen, Mendeleev Chemico-Technical University, Moscow (2008); translated into Spanish by Miguel Delgado, Graciela Diaz deDelgado, Daniel Delgado Diaz as Debió Ser, Universidad de Los Andes Press, Merida, Venezuela (2010). 

 Something That Belongs toYou, Dos Madres Press, Loveland, OH, 2015; in Japanese, trans. K. Kawashima, Izumi Shuppan Insatsu, Osaka, 2014, ne.jp/asahi/kaeru/kawashima/play1; in German, trans. H. Frank and C. Reichert, Cantus Verlag, Eschach,  2015.

 
 

 

ARTICLES:

 

1.  "Six Poems,” New Journal of Chemistry, 12(1), 4-7 (1988).

 

2.  "Commentary" (comments on the article by Leo Marx "Are Science and Society Going in the Same Direction"), Science, Technology and Human Values, 8, 10 (1983).

 

3.  “Two Unfortunate Trends" in Critical Thinking, ed. Anne B. Grinols, Cornell University Press, Ithaca (1984), p. 37.  Republished by Wadsworth Publishing Co., Blemont (1988), p. 69.

 

4.  "Plainly Speaking," American Scientist, 75, 418 (1987).

 

5.  "Unstable," American Scientist, 75, 619 (1987).

 

6.  "Nearly Circular Reasoning," American Scientist, 76, 182 (1988).

 

7.  "How I Work as Poet and Scientist," The Scientist (March 21, 1988), 10; in modified form, under the title "Language Under Stress," in The New Theater Review, 11, 16 (1994).

 

8.  "Molecular Beauty," American Scientist, 76, 389 (1988); also (in Japanese) in Kagaku To Kogyo, 42, 102 (1989).  In modified form, in M. D. Joesten, D. O. Johnston, J. T. Netterville, and J. L. Wood, The World of Chemistry, Saunders, Philadelphia (1991), p. 142.

 

9.  "Molecular Beauty II.  Frogs About to Be Kissed," American Scientist, 76, 604 (1988); in modified form in M. D. Joesten, D. O. Johnston, J. T. Netterville, and J. L. Wood, The World of Chemistry, Saunders, Philadelphia (1991), p. 371.

 

10. "Under the Surface of the Chemical Article," Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 27, 1593-1602 (1988); also, in German, under the title of "Die chemische Veröffentlichung — Entwicklung oder Erstarrung im Rituellen?" Angew. Chem., 100, 1653-1663 (1988); and in German, under the title "Sprachritual und Naturwissenschaft," Universitas, 45 (528), 580 (1990); as "Por trás do artigo de Química," in Portuguese, translated by M. J. Calhorda, in Química, 50, 44-52 (1993).

 

11.  "Molecular Beauty III.  As Rich As Need Be," American Scientist, 77, 177 (1989); in modified form in M. D. Joesten, D. O. Johnston, J. T. Netterville, and J. L. Wood, The World of Chemistry, Saunders, Philadelphia (1991), p. 488.  Also in Chemistry Imagined.

 

12.  "Molecular Beauty IV:  Toward an Aesthetic Theory of Six-coordinate Carbon,” American Scientist, 77, 330 (1989).

 

13.  "Ignorance, Ignorantly Judged," New York Times (Sept. 14, 1989), p. A29.

 

14.  "Can You Build a Succa from an Elephant?" Cheryl-Shira Leibowitz and Roald Hoffmann, The Jerusalem Post Magazine (Oct. 13, 1989), p. 4; under the title "The Succa and the Elephant," The Jerusalem Post International Edition (Oct. 14, 1989), p. 11.

 

15.  "University Research and Teaching:  An Enriching and Inseparable Combination," The Boston Sunday Globe (Nov. 5, 1989).  First published, in slightly different form, in CUE (Cornell Undergraduate Education) 2(2), 1-3 (1989) under the title "Research/Teaching — A Complex Dance."  Reprinted in By George (George Washington University), 1(9), 8 (1990).  Reprinted, abbreviated, in College Digest, XX, XXX.  Reprinted in Zh. Vsesoyuz. Khim. Obschestva im. Mendeleyeva, 35, 356 (1990).

 

16.  "Representation in Chemistry," Roald Hoffmann and Pierre Laszlo; in French under the title "La Représentation en Chimie," Diogène, 147, 24 (1989); in English, ibid., p. 23.  In slightly different form in German as "Darstellungen in der Chemie — die Sprache der Chemiker", Angewandte Chemie, 103, 1-16 (1991); Angewandte Chemie. Int. Ed. Engl., 30, 1-16 (1991).  Translated into Polish by Danuta Sobczyska and Pawel Zeidler, in Nowy Eksperymentalizm, Teoretycyzm, Reprezentacja, Poznan: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Institutu Filozofii UAM(1994), pp. 133-174.

 

17.  "Blue As the Sea," Liber, 1(2), 17 (Dec. 1989).  Liber appears in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish as a supplement to the Times Literary Supplement, Le Monde, Frankfurter Allgemeine, L'Indice dei Libri del Mese, El Pais.  Published in slightly different form in American Scientist, 78, 308 (1990).

 

18.  "Creation and Discovery," American Scientist, 78, 14 (1990); reprinted in Rev. Roum. Chim. 35, 305-308 (1990).  Also in Chemistry Imagined.

 

19.  "Chemistry, Democracy, and a Response to the Environment," Chemical and Engineering News, 68(17), 25-29 (April 23, 1990); in modified form, in Greek, in Chimika Chronika, 54(1), 4-8 (1992); in modified form, under the title "Rational Limits," in Boston College Magazine, 51(3), 30-35 (1992).

 

20.  "Art in Science?" Q (A Journal of Art), 62-65 (May 1990); Ometeca (in English and Spanish), I(2)-II(1), 83-102 (1989-1990); Current Science, 60(6), 346-349 (1991).

 

21.  "Natural/Unnatural," New England Review and Bread Loaf Quarterly, XII(4), 323 (1990). Reprinted in Interdisciplinary Science Revs., 16, 161-167 (1991).  Reprinted in Science, Technology and Society  (Lehigh University), 79, 1 (1990).  Reprinted in modified form in M. D. Joesten, D. O. Johnston, J. T. Netterville and J. L. Wood, The World of Chemistry, Saunders, Philadelphia (1991), p. 23.  Reprinted in New England Review, 15(1), 234-243 (1993) (Fifteenth Anniversary Anthology).  Translated into Spanish by Angela Cacho Castillo, Revista Universitaria (Santiago, Chile), 45, 16-22 (1994).  Translated into Polish by Dorota Bank-Hammermeister and Danuta Sobczynska, in Teoria-Technika-Eksperyment, Poznan: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IFUAM (1995), pp. 11-28.  Reprinted in Spanish in Relaciones, (Montevideo, Uruguay), 154, 11-13 (March 1997).

 

22.  "Molecular Beauty," J. Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 48(3), 191-204 (1990). This is a composite version, with changes, of papers 8, 9, 11 and 12; Interdisciplinary Science Revs., 16, 301-312 (1991); (in Korean, in modified form) Hyundae Moonhak, 467, 261-271 (Nov. 1993).

 

23.  "In Praise of Synthesis," Negative Capability, X(2 & 3), 162-175 (1990); (in Russian) Khimia i Zhizn', 5, 61-66 (1990); American Scientist, 79, 11-14 (1991); (in French) Alliage, 9, 65-75 (Fall 1991); (in Portuguese) Química, 49, 28-31 (1993); (in Japanese) The Science and Technology, 10, 77-82 (2009).

 

24.  "Why Scientists (or Engineers) Shouldn't Run the World," Issues in Science and Technology, VII(2), 38-39 (1991); in modified form, under the title "Anti-Plato" in the Bulletin of the Institute For Theological Encounter with Science and Technology, 24(2) (1993).

 

25.  "Soviet Emigre Talent:  A Windfall for U.S. Employers," The Wall Street Journal (June 24, 1991), p. 10.

 

26.  "Molecular Mimicry, Rachel and Leah, the Israeli Male, and the Inescapable Metaphor in Science," Roald Hoffmann and Shira Leibowitz, Michigan Quarterly Review, 30(3), 382-397 (1991).

 

27.  "Hot Brines in the Red Sea," American Scientist,79, 298-299 (1991); in Korean, The Science and Technology 7, 68-70 (2009).

 

28.  "Faszination Chemie, 7000 Jahre Kulturgeschichte der Stoffe und Prozesse," by O. Krätz, book review, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 30(8), 1046 (1991).

 

29.  "Foreword" to Creativity, Delayed Recognition, and Other Essays:  Essays of an Information Scientist, by Eugene Garfield, volume 12, ISI Press, Philadelpha (1991), pp. xi-xii.  Reprinted in Current Contents, 50, 9-10 (Dec. 23-30, 1991).

 

30.  "Signs and Portents:  No Parking in the Courtroom," Shira Leibowitz and Roald Hoffmann, Diacritics, 21(1), 2-23 (1991).

 

31.  "Preface" for Chemistry of Superconductor Materials, ed. T. A. Vanderah, Noyes Publ., Park Ridge (1992), p. ix-x.

 

32.  "Radium," Cornell Alumni News, 94(5), 37 (Dec. 1991).  From Chemistry Imagined.

 

33.  "The Top Ten," Cornell Alumni News, 94(5), 41 (Dec. 1991). From Chemistry Imagined.

 

34.  "Tikkun," Cornell Alumni News, 94(5), 43 (Dec. 1991).  From Chemistry Imagined.

 

35.  "Art and Science, Money and Morals," American Scientist, 80, 10-11 (1992).  Reprinted, under the title "Art, Science Offer Freedom but Entail Responsibility" in The Scientist, 6(19), 13 (1992).

 

36.  Book review of "The Clock Runs Backwards" by Carl Djerassi, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 17(1), 96 (1992).

 

37.  "We Are Doomed to Innovating" (in Russian), Vestnik Rossiiskoi Akademii Nauk, 4, 3-5 (1992); (in English) Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 62(5), 297-298 (1992).

 

38.  "Theory and Practice," American Scientist, 80, 310-311 (1992).  From Chemistry Imagined.

 

39.  "Do Mythic Heroes Pervert the Beauty of Scientific Research?" ScienceWriters, 40(2), 3-4 (1992).

 

40.  "Air" (in German), Kultur & Technik, 3, 37 (1992); (in German, English, and French), Sandoz Bulletin, 30(106), 23-31.  From Chemistry Imagined.

 

41.  "Earth" (in German), Kultur & Technik, 3, 39 (1992); (in German, English, and French), Sandoz Bulletin, 30(106), 23-31.  From Chemistry Imagined.

 

42.  "Water" (in German), Kultur & Technik, 3, 41 (1992); (in German, English, and French), Sandoz Bulletin, 30(106), 23-31.  From Chemistry Imagined.

 

43.  "Fire" (in German), Kultur & Technik, 3, 43 (1992); (in German, English, and French), Sandoz Bulletin, 30(106), 23-31.  From Chemistry Imagined.

 

44.  "Some Reflections on Science in the Low-Income Economies," The World Bank, PHREE Background Paper Series, Document PHREE/92/71 (1992); Current Science, 65, 300-306 (1993); Estudos e Documentes, CETEM (Rio de Janeiro), 20 (1993); (translated into Spanish by Carlos Chimal), Boletin de la Academia de la Investigación Cientifica, 10, 37-95 (Jan.-Feb. 1993).

 

45.  "How Should Chemists Think?" Scientific American, 268, 66-73 (Feb. 1993); (in German) as "Die Chemie zwischen Natur und Ideal," Spektrum der Wissenschaft, 68-77 (April 1993); (in French) as "Les choix du chimiste," Pour la Science, 68-76 (April 1993).

 

46.  "Now For The First Time, You Can See Atoms," American Scientist 81, 11-12 (1993).  Modified from essay in Chemistry Imagined. Reprinted (in Korean) in The Science and Technology 9, 68-70 (2009).

 

47.  Book review of "Reflections on Symmetry in Chemistry...and Elsewhere," by E. Heilbronner and J. D. Dunitz, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 32, 129-130 (1993).

 

48.  Book Review of "Introduction to Cluster Chemistry," D. M. P. Mingos and D. J. Wales, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 89, 2109 (1993).

 

49.  "Myth Busters," The Times (London) Higher Education Supplement (June 21, 1993), pp. 17-20.  Reprinted in Der Katalyt, (Bern), 60, 21-31 (1993); Chemistry in Action, 44, 2-5 (1994).

 

50.  "Unnatural Acts," Discover, 14(8), 21-24 (1993).

 

51.  "Of What Use Enediynes?"  American Scientist, 81, 324-326 (1993). Reprinted (in Korean) in The Science and Technology, 11, 72-74 (2009).

 

52.  "Transformation," preface to catalogue for the art exhibition "Creative Solutions to Ecological Issues," by Gail Gelburd, Council for Creative Projects and University of Pennsylvania Press (1993), p. 5.

 

53.  "The Four Elements," Roald Hoffmann and Vivian Torrence, The Sciences, 28-31 (Nov./Dec. 1993).  (This is essentially an excerpt from No. 40-43, or from Chemistry Imagined); (in Greek), translated by Maria-Eleni Spiridaki, Chemica Chronica, 57(1), 11-13 (1995).

 

54.  "Art and Chemistry," Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art Annual Report, 9-11 (1992-1993).

 

55.  "Química, Democràcia i la Disputa de Barcelona" (in Catalan, translated by Santiago Alvarez), Butll. Soc. Catalanes Fís. Quím. Mat. Tecnol. XIV(1), 13-21 (1993).

 

56.  Book Review of La Parole des Choses by Pierre Laszlo, under the headline, "Reactions Speak Louder Than Words," Nature, 368, 361 (March 24, 1994).

 

57.  "Winning Gold," American Scientist,  82, 15-17 (1994); (in Korean) The Science and Technology 12, 70-72 (2009).

 

58.  "Pure/Impure," Roald Hoffmann and Shira Leibowitz, New England Review, 16(1),  41-64 (1994).

 

59.  "A Molecule Is a Molecule,” (in Korean)  Shisa Journal, 76-77 (March 10, 1994).

 

60.  "Fixing Nitrogen,” (in Korean) Shisa Journal, 74-76 (May 5, 1994).

 

61.  "DNA as Clay," American Scientist, 82, 308-311 (1994).

 

62.  "Geleitwort" for Chemische Kabinettstücke by H. W. Roesky and K. Möckel, Weinheim:  VCH (1994), pp. v-vii.

 

63.  "Just a Little Bit Unnatural," (in Korean) Shisa Journal, 70-71 (June 30, 1994).

 

64.  "Number One This Week, For the 500th Week in a Row," (in Korean) Shisa Journal, 78-79 (August 25, 1994).

 

65.  "Preface" for French and English editions of Éléments de Chimie quantique à l'usage des chimistes, 2nd edition, by Jean-Louis Rivail, InterÉditions, Paris (1994).

 

66.  "New Ways to Get Clothes Clean," (in Korean) Shisa Journal, 76-77 (Nov. 3, 1994).

 

67.  "Too Much of Something Good," (in Korean) Shisa Journal, 96-97 (Dec. 15, 1994).

 

68.  "Classical Democracy and Scientific Expertise," American Scientist, 83, 23-25 (1995); (in Korean) The Science and Technology 489(2), 70-72 (2010).

 

69.  "Letter to Former Graduate Students and Postdocs," Chemical Intelligencer, 1(1), 44-46 (1995).

 

70.  "New Molecules That Look Like Trees or a Burst of Fireworks," (in Korean) Shisa Journal, (Feb. 23, 1995); (in Spanish), Alephzero 1, Sintesis, Puebla, Mexico (Sept. 4, 2003), p. 5.

 

71.  "Glass:  A Way to Store Radioactive Wastes," (in Korean) Shisa Journal, 90-91 (April 13, 1995).

 

72.  "Bound for Glory," in Scientific American: Triumph of Discovery: A Chronicle of Great Adventures in Science, Henry Holt and Co., New York (1995), pp. 144-147.

 

73.  "C2 in All Its Guises," American Scientist, 83, 309-311 (1995).

 

74.  "Hwang-Sa, The Yellow Dust," (in Korean) Shisa Journal, 66-67 (June 22, 1995).

 

75.  “Some Heretical Thoughts on What Our Students Are Telling Us,” Roald Hoffmann and  B. P. Coppola, J. Coll. Sci. Teach, XXV, 390-394 (1996).

 

76.  “Research Strategy: Teach,” American Scientist, 84, 20-22 (1996); J. College Science Teaching 26(1), 49-51 (1996).

 

77.  "Just A Little Bit Unnatural," Art Journal, 55(1), 62-63 (1996).

 

78.  "Ockham's Razor and Chemistry," Roald Hoffmann, V. I. Minkin, and B. K. Carpenter,

 

Bul. Soc. Chim. France, 133, 117-130 (1996); Reprinted in Hyle, 3, 3-28 (1997).

 

79.  “Cs3Te22, The One We Now Know,” American Scientist, 84, 327-329 (1996).

 

80.  “Teach to Search,” J. Chem. Educ., 73(9), A202-A209 (1996). 

 

81.   “Ethical Issues in Research,” Future, The Hoechst Magazine, 66-69 (1996).

 

82.  “A Natural-Born Fiber,” American Scientist, 85, 21-22 (1997); (in Korean) in The Science and Technology, 2009 (5), 98-99. 

 

83.   “The Responsible Conduct of Research; by Doré Beach and others” (book review), Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. Engl., 36, 170-171 (1997).

 

84.  “Fraudulent Molecules,” American Scientist, 85(4), 314-317 (1997).

 

85.  “Scienziati, uscite dal guscio” (in Italian, tr. Sylvie Coyaud), Il Sole - 24 Ore (June 8, 1997), p. 28.

 

86.  “Thalidomide, at What Price?” New York Times (Sept. 25, 1997), p. A31. Reprinted, in modified form (in Italian, tr. Sylvie Coyaud), in Il Sole - 24 Ore (Nov. 23, 1997).

 

87.  “How Can One Speak to All?” Chemie Heute, 116-118 (1997).

 

88.  “Truth on the Outside,” a review of  On the Surface of Things, by Felice Frankel and George M. Whitesides, Nature, 389, 348 (Sept. 25, 1997).

 

89.  “Mind the Shade,” Chemical and Engineering News, 75, 3 (Nov. 10, 1997).

 

90.  “Disbelief, Poetry, and Religion,” Rendezvous (Idaho State University Journal of Arts and Letters), 31(2), 5-18 (1997).

 

91.  “Crystal-Cloudy, Crystal-Clear,” American Scientist, 86(1), 15-18 (1998).

 

92.  “Favorites,” At the Johnson, 1-2 (Winter/Spring 1998).

 

93.  “Kenichi Fukui,” Nature, 391, 750 (Feb. 19, 1998).

 

94.  “Movement of the People,” Science, 280, 386-387 (April 17, 1998).

 

95.  “Döbereiner’s Lighter,” American Scientist, 86(4), 326-329 (1998).

 

96.  “The Say of Things,” Roald Hoffmann and  Pierre Laszlo,  Social Research, 65 (3), 653-693 (Fall 1998); excerpts (in Italian, translated by Sylvie Coyaud) as “Per una Nova Chimica delle Idee,” Il Sole 24 Ore (Nov. 29, 1998), p. 32; (in German, translated by Christiana Goldmann) in Von Verständnis der Natur, ed. Matthias Kross, Berlin: Akademie Verlag (2001).

 

97.   “Serendipity, the Grace of Discovery,” Drug Innovation and Approval 1, 28-31 (Dec. 1998); published in modified form in Innovation: the Magazine of Research & Technology 5(2), 68-69 (2005).

 

98.   “A Really Moving Story,” American Scientist, 87(1), 21-23 (1999).

 

99.   “The Essence of Nature in the Art of Charles Seliger,” in Charles Seliger, the Nascent Image, Exhibition Catalogue, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York (1999).

 

100.   “Pulse, Pump and Probe,” American Scientist, 87, 308 (1999).

 

101.  “Exquisite Control,” American Scientist 88, 14 (2000).

 

102.  “Ferrocene: Ironclad History or Rashomon Tale?” Pierre Laszlo and Roald Hoffmann, Angewandte Chemie 39(1),  123-124 (2000).

 

103.  “A Mission Statement for the Nobel Museum,”   Nobelmuseet Newsletter 4 (1999).

 

104.  “How Nice to Be An Outsider,” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature 26(3&4), 163-169 (1999).

 

105.  “Chimica dell’imaginazione,” Il Sole-24 ore (in Italian) 110, 33 (April 23, 2000).

 

106.   “Narrative,” American Scientist, 88(4), 310-313 (2000).

 

107.   “Science-in-Theater,” Roald Hoffmann and Carl Djerassi,  in Connecting Creations: Science-Technology-Literature-Arts, ed. M. A. Safir, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea (CGAC), Xunta de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, Spain (2000).

 

108.  “Science and Poetry,”  in Connecting Creations: Science-Technology-Literature-Arts, ed. M. A. Safir, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea (CGAC), Xunta de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, Spain (2000); also in Spanish, “Ciencia y Poesía” and “Ingeniería de la Servilleta” in Conectando creaciones: Ciencia-Tecnología-Literatura-Arte, Xunta de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, Spain (2000).

 

109.  “Writing (and Drawing) Chemistry,” Writing and Revising the Disciplines, ed. Jonathan Monroe, Cornell University Press (2002), pp. 29-53.

 

110.  “The Language of Science, the Language of Poetry,” Future – The Aventis Magazine 2, 76-81 (2000).

 

111.  “How Symbolic and Iconic Languages Bridge the Two Worlds of the Chemist:  A Case Study from Contemporary Bioorganic Chemistry,” Emily R. Grosholz and R. Hoffmann, in Nalini Bhushan and Stuart Rosenfeld, Of Minds and Molecules: New Philosophical Perspectives on Chemistry, Oxford University Press (2000); also in French in Les Langages Scientifiques, ed. F. Létoublon, Editions ARASSH, Grenoble.

 

112. “At First Sight,” Crystal Growth and Design, 1(1), 3 (2000).

 

113.  “Benjamin Lee Whorf: Once a Chemist...”  Roald Hoffmann and Pierre Laszlo, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 26(1), 15-19 (2001); (in French) Alliage 47, 59-65 (2001).

 

114.  “Protean,” Roald Hoffmann and Pierre Laszlo, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 40(6), 1033-1036 (2001).

 

115.  “Challenge and Play, the C, H World,” a review of Henning Hopf, Classics in Hydrocarbon Chemistry,  in Nachrichten aus der Chemie 48 (2000).

 

116.  Preface to Patricia Linn, Crear y criar con ciencio, Montevideo: A Monteverde (2000).

 

117.  “Thermophiles in Kamchatka,” American Scientist  89, 20-23 (2001).

 

118.  “Not a Library,” Angew. Chem. 40(18), 3337-3340 (2001).

 

119.  “Why History of Chemistry?”  foreword to Chemical Sciences in the 20th Century: Bridging Boundaries, Weinheim: Wiley-VCH (2001); reprinted as “Clio’s Art in the Laboratory” in Chemical Heritage, 20(3), 3-4 (2002).

 

120.  “Who Put Wisdom in the Hidden Parts?” The Bookpress, 11(3), 7 (April 2001).

 

121.  “Coping with Fritz Haber’s Somber Literary Shadow,” Roald Hoffmann  and Pierre Laszlo, Angew. Chem. 40(24), 4599-4604 (2001).

 

122.  “Hi O Silver,” American Scientist 89, 311-314 (2001).

 

123.  Foreword to Imaging a Career in Science: the Iconography of Antoine Laurent Lavoisier by Marco Beretta, Watson Publishing International, Canton,  MA (2001).

 

124.  “Oxygen,” Roald Hoffmann and Carl Djerassi, J. Chem. Ed, 78(3), 283 (2001).

 

125.  “Mme. Lavoisier,” American Scientist 90, 22-24 (2002); reprinted in The Nucleus 80(10) 35-38 (2002); (in Korean) The Science and Technology 6, 96-98 (2009); and in Contributions to Science 4(1) 111-113 (2008). 

 

126.  “On Poetry and the Language of Science,” Daedalus, 137-140 (Spring 2002); reprinted in Poiema, Kolkata, India (2004).

 

127.  “Avant-propos” to special issue on “La Chimie Nouvelle,” La Jaune et La Rouge, Paris (Feb. 2002), pp. 8-10.

 

128.  “Carbides,” American Scientist 90, 318-320 (2002).

 

129. “Infinite Ideas,” Roald Hoffmann and S. Coyaud, Nature 416 (2002).

 

130.  “An American Student of A. S. Davydov in 1960-61,” in Vospominania ob Aleksandere Sergeeviche Davydove, ed. V. M. Loktev, Institut Teóreticheskoi Fisiki im. N.N. Bogolyubova, Kiev, 265-6 (2002).

 

 

 

131.  “Why Buy That Theory?” American Scientist, 91, 9-11 (2003); Arts & Sciences Newsletter 24(2), 3-6 (2003); The Best American Science Writing 2003, ed. Oliver Sacks, Harper Collins, New York (2203), pp.  222-227; trans. into Portugese in Química: Boletim de Sociedade Portuguesa de Química, 89, 63-65 (April-June 2003).

 

132.  “Cats and Rats,” American Scientist 91, 308-310 (2003); translated into German in Spektrom der Wissenschaft (May 2005), pp. 110-112; (in Korean) in The Science and Technology, 3, 77-80 (2009).   

 

133.  “Unsettling Knowledge: A Poetry/Science Trialogue,” J. Monroe, A. Fulton and Roald Hoffmann, Language and Learning Across the Disciplines 6(2), 154-180 (2003).

 

134.  Preface to Une Introduction à la Structure Orbitalaire des Complexes des Metaux de Transition by Yves Jean, Editions de l’Ecole Polytechnique (2003), pp. 3-4; in English as Molecular Orbitals of Transition Metal Complexes, Oxford University Press, Oxford (2205), pp. v-vi.

 

135.  “Comment on writing ‘Why Buy That Theory?’” The Best American Science Writing 2003, ed. Oliver Sacks, Harper Collins, New York (2003), pp. 222-227.

 

136.  “Silicon,” Chemical & Engineering News , 56 (Sept. 8, 2003).

 

137.  “Thoughts on Aesthetics and Visualization in Chemistry,” Hyle 9(1), 7-10 (2003).

 

138.  “La sconfitta del flogisto,” Carl Djerassi and Roald Hoffmann, Il Sole-24 Ore , 34 (Oct. 3, 2003).

 

139.  “In Praise of  Synthetic Beauty,” in Diálogos Disciplinares: As ciências e as artes na viragem de milénio, ed. A. Pinheiro da Sousa and T. de A. Malafaia, Lisbon: IST Press (2003).

 

140.  “The Story of O,” American Scientist 92, 23-26 (2004).

 

141.  “Science to a Samba Beat,” Nature 428, 21 (March 2004).

 

142.  “Comment on ‘Suet Pudding, Spotted Dick,’” Epoch 52(3), 349 (2004).

 

143.  “Meissen Chymistry,” American Scientist 92, 312-315 (2004); reprinted in The Science and Technology File, (Japan)  10 (2004), and (Korea) 8, 74-77 (2009).

 

144.  “Science and Crafts,” in The Nature of Craft and the Penland Experience, ed. Jean McLaughlin, New York: Lark Books (2204), pp. 58-64.

 

145.  “Will We Stop at Nothing?” American Scientist 93, 18-21 (2004).

 

146.  “A Claim on the Development of the Frontier Orbital Explanation of Electrocyclic Reactions,” Angew. Chem. Intl. Ed. 43, 6586-6590 (2004).

 

147.  “Instruction,” in Do It, ed. Hans Ulrich Obrist, New York: e-flux (2004), pp. 150-151.

 

148.  “Shall We Change?” in NCECA Journal 25, The Alchemy of Art and Science, 84 Indianapolis: NCECA (2004).

 

149.  “Theoretical Chemistry,” in Foundations of Chemistry, 6, 11 (2004).

 

150.  “Science on the Café Scene,” Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences 58(2), 39 (2005).

 

151.  “The Natural Philosopher Returns, Singing,” in Considering the Radiance, ed. D. Burak and R. Gilbert, New York: Norton & Co. (2005), 173.

 

152.  “Science, Language and Poetry,” in Motivating Science: Science Communication from a Philosophical,Educational and Cultural Perspective, ed. Nigel Sanitt, London: Pantaneto Press (2005), 71-75. 

 

153.  “Storied Theory,” American Scientist 93(4), 308-312 (2005); in German as “Erzählte Theorie” in Die Welt der Gesichichten, eds. H. von Alf Mentzer and U. Sonnenshein, Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, Frankfurt (2007).

 

154.  “Materials: The Bridge Between Chemistry and Physics,” preface to Computational Chemistry of Solid State Materials, R. Dronskowski, Wiley-VCH (2005).

 

155.  “Roald Hoffmann,” in Mariana Cook, Faces of Science, Norton, New York (2005).

 

156.  “Old Gas, New Gas,” American Scientist 94(4), 16-18 (2005); (in Korean) in The Science & Technology, 4, 70-73 (2009). 

 

157. “Foreword” to Alfred Neubauer’s Bittere Nobelpreise, Herstellung und Verlag: Books on Demand GmbH, Norderstedt (2005), pp. 7-8.

 

158.  “Love Between the Atoms: Eva Kwong,” Sculpture, 25(3), 42-43 (2006).

 

159.  “Preface” to Liaisons Chimiques: Structure et Reactivité by Alain Sevin and Christine Dézarnaud-Dandine, Dunod, Paris (2006), pp. v-vi.

 

160.  “The Metaphor, Unchained,” American Scientist 94(5), 406-7 (2006).

 

161.  “Cosi simili, cosi diverse 1. For a Few Atoms More: Testosterone and Doping,” script for Sylvie Coyaud’s radio show (Aug. 6, 2006).

 

162.  “Cosi simili, cosi diverse 2. Left foot in Right Shoe,” script for Sylvie Coyaud’s radio show (Aug. 13, 2006).

 

163.  “Cosi simili, cosi diverse 3. Plain Vanilla,” script for Sylvie Coyaud’s radio show (Aug. 20, 2006).

 

164.  “Cosi simili, cosi diverse 4. Ephedrine and Primo Levi,” script for Sylvie Coyaud’s radio show (Aug. 27, 2006).

 

165.  “Remembering, Returning, Forgiving,” International Herald Tribune (Aug. 25, 2006); as “Il ritorno porta al perdono,” trans. S. Coyaud, in Il Sole 24 Ore, (Jan. 21, 2007).

 

166.  “Making Sense of the Image in the Nanoworld,” in Blow-up: Images from the Nanoworld, seen by Lucia Covi, Damiani editore, Bologna (2006).

 

167.  “Elettroni sopra Petra,” Atlantide, II(4), 9-10 (2006); reprinted as “Quei giovani: Il Premio Nobel Roald Hoffmann” in Cultura & Societa, 32-33 (Dec. 23, 2006).

 

168.  “Mme. Lavoisier’s Nécessaire,” in Attachments by A.C. Dannenberg, Aava Books, Helsinki (2006).

 

168a. “Peter Debye,” Letter to the Editor, Chemical and Engineering News (July 24, 2006) 4-6, 39.

 

169.  “What Might Philosophy of Science Look Like If Chemists Built It?” Synthèse,155(3), 321-336 (2007).

 

170.  “Blow-up,” American Scientist 95(1), (2007); French translation by Sylvie Coyaud, Alliage 62, 131-143 (2008).

 

171.  “La belleza della chimica,” trans. S. Coyaud, Il Sole 24 Ore, Milano, Domenica Supplement (Jan. 7, 2007), p. 33.

 

172.  “John Meurig Thomas,” preface to Turning Points in Solid-State, Materials and Surface Chemistry, by Kenneth Harris and Peter P. Edwards, Royal Society of Chemistry, London (2007).

 

173.  “Legally Sweet,” American Scientist 95(4) (2007).

 

174.  “Robert Winokur’s Houses,” New Ceramics  3, 12-16 (2007).

 

175.  Foreword to Dazzle Gradually by Lynn Margulis and Dorian Sagan, Chelsea Green, White River Junction, VT, (2007), pp. xi-xiii.

 

176.  Concluding Comments to The Artificial and the Natural: An Evolving Polarity, eds. B. Bensaude-Vincent and W. R. Newman,  Cambridge, MIT Press (2007), pp. 313-314.

 

177.  Foreword to Turning Points in Solid-State, Materials and Surface Science, eds. K. D. M. Harris and P. P. Edwards, Cambridge, Royal Society of Chemistry (2008), pp. v-vi.

 

178.  “For a Few Atoms More,” American Scientist 96(2), 104-106 (2008).

 

179.  “On My Mind: Roald Hoffmann on Filling in Atoms,” Seed Magazine  (Jan./Feb. 2008), p. 3.

 

180.  “A Passion for Chemistry and Art,” L’Actualite Chimique Canadienne (March 2008), 20-21.

 

181.  “Learning from Molecules in Distress,” R. Hoffmann and Henning Hopf, Angewandte Chemie, 47, 4474-4481 (2008).

 

182.  “Why Think Up New Molecules?” American Scientist 96, 372 (2008); (in Korean) The Science and Technology 488, 68-71 (2010); (in Hungarian)  Interpress Magazin 79-83 (April 2010).

 

183.  “Predicting Molecules – More Realism, Please”, by Roald Hoffmann, P. von Ragué Schleyer and H. F. Schaefer III, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 47, 7164-7167 (2008). 

 

184.  “The Tense Middle” in This I Believe II, ed. J. Allison, D. Gediman, Henry Holt, New York (2008), pp. 112-114. 

 

185.  “The Chemistry is Right,” preface to Liaisons à Histoires by Alain Sevin, Christine Dézarnaud Dandine, Piem, Ellipses, Paris (2008).

 

186.  “The Squeeze Is On,” American Scientist 97, 108 (2009).

 

187.  Foreword to Strained Hydrocarbons, ed. H. Dodziuk, Wiley-VCH:  Weinheim (2009), pp. v-vi. 

 

188.  “Cost Cuts Should Come From Research, Not Just Education,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, Commentary 55, A26 ( 2009). 

 

189. Review of “Stereochemistry Workbook, 191 Problems and Solutions,” by K.-H. Hellwich and C. D. Siebert, Bellstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, 5(38) (2009).

 

190. “Teaching and Learning Strategies That Work, Letter to the Editor,” Roald Hoffmann and Saundra Y. McGuire, Science, 325, 1203-1204 (Sept. 4, 2009).

 

191. “Honesty to the Singular Object,” in Sprache, Lügen und Moral: Geschichtenerzählen in Wissenschaft und Literatur, ed. Margery Arent Safir, Suhrkamp Insel, Frankfurt (2009), pp. 84-110; in Storytelling in Science and Literature, ed. Margery Arent Safir, Bucknell University Press, Lewisburg (2015), pp. 55-74.

 

192. “Abstract Science?” American Scientist, 97, 450-453 (2009); (in Hungarian) IPM, 6, 28-32 (2010).  

 

193. “Two Lives,” American Scientist, 98, 117-120 (2010).

 

194. “Learning and Teaching Strategies,” Roald Hoffmann and Saundra Y. McGuire, American Scientist, 98, 378-382 (2010).

 

195. “R. B. Woodward’s Unfinished Symphony: Designing Organic Superconductors (1975-1979),” M. P. Cava, M. V. Lakshmikantham, R. Hoffmann, and R. M. Williams, Tetrahedron, 67, 6771-6797 (2011).

 

196. Preface to “Shining Light, Shedding Light,” ed. B. Shakhashiri, Chemical Demonstrations: A Handbook for Teachers of Chemistry, Vol. 5 (The University of Wisconsin Press, 2011), pp. xiii-xix.

 

197. “For the 60th Birthday of Eiichi Nakamura,” Guest Editorial in Chem. Asian J. 6, 240-241 (2011).

 

198. “One Shocked Chemist,” American Scientist 99, 116-119 (2011).

 

199. “Empathy is Global” Preface to  Chemistry as a Second Language: Chemical Education in a Globalized Society, eds. Charity Flener Lovitt and Paul Kelter (American Chemical Society, 2011), ix-x.

 

200. “That’s Interesting,” American Scientist, 99, 374-377 (2011).

 

201. “What, Another Nobel Prize in Chemistry to a Nonchemist?” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 51, 1734-1735 (2012).

 

202. “Long Live the Intermediate!” American Scientist, 100, 116-119 (2012).

 

203. “Passerelles” Chemical Heritage, 30(2), 37 (2012).

 

204. “Reflections on Art in Science” Convergence: The Art Collection of the National Academy of Sciences, ed. by J.D. Talasek and Alana Quinn (National Academy of Sciences, 2012), 85-87.

 

205. “Bonding to Hydrogen,” American Scientist, 100, 374-378 (2012).

 

206. “A Weed, a God,” in Light Years (Años Luz), ed Eulàlia Bosch, Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport, 2012, in English and Spanish, pp. 37-41.

 

207. “Chemistry: Art, Craft, Labor and the Transformation of Matter” (in Russian), Vestmik Russiiskoi Akademii Nauk, 82(10), 917-920 (2012).

 

208. Foreword to Aromaticity and Other Conjugation Effects, ed. Rolf Gleiter and Gebhard Haberhauser, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2012, pp. vii-viii.

 

 

 

209. “A Personal Meditation on Creativity,” Foreword to Science Sifting, Rodney R. Dietert and Janice Dietert (World Scientific Press, 2013), pp. xi-xiv.

 

210. Preface to Sierra, M. de la Torre and F.P. Cossio, More Dead Ends and Detours (Wiley-VCH, 2013), xiii-xvi.

 

211. “The Thermodynamic Sinks of This World,” American Scientist, 101, 260-263 (2013).

 

212. “The Joy of Chemistry,” Chemical and Engineering News, 91 (27, July 8, 2013), p.3.

 

213. “Street legàmi tra arte e chimica,” Il Sole 24 Ore, 2 June 2013, Domenica Supplement, p. 29.

 

214. “How a Simple Molecular Orbital Method Took Shape in the Lipscomb Group,” in The Selected Papers of William N. Lipscomb, Jr.: A Legacy in Structure-Function Relations, ed. Jianpeng Ma, Imperial College Press, 2013, pp. 149-150.

 

215. “How Things End,” in Letters to President Clinton: Biblical Lessons on Faith and Leadership, ed. Menachem Genack, Sterling Ethos, 2013, pp. 43-46.

 

216. Preface to The Philosophy of Chemistry: Practices, Methodologies, and Concepts, ed. Jean-Pierre Llored, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013, pp.  xiii-xvi.

 

217. “Maltese Reflections, “Chemical and Engineering News, 91, (49, Dec. 9, 2013), p. 5.

 

218. Preface to Molecules of an Author in Search of Memory: A Civil-Scientific Play of Two Acts, Luigi Dei, Firenze University Press, 2014, pp. IV-V.

 

219. “Little Interactions Mean a Lot,” American Scientist, 102 (2014), 94-97.

 

220. “The Tensions of Scientific Storytelling,” American Scientist, 102, 250-253 (2014).

 

221. “The Magic Force,” Foreword to Catalysis, ed. P. Hofmann and L. Gade (Wiley-VCH, 2014), xix-xxvii.

 

222. The Many Guises of Aromaticity,” American Scientist, 103 (2014), 18-22..

 

223. “Tension in Chemistry and Its Conténts,” Accountability in Research 22 (2015), 330-345.

 

224. Preface to the Journal of Organic Chemistry’s special issue, J. Org. Chem. 80 (2015), 11629.

 

225. Preface to “Chemistry as a Game of Molecular Construction: The Bond-Click Way.” by Sason Shaik, Wiley, 2016.

 

226. Preface to The Interview, by Luisa Etxenique and Gustavo Ariel Schwartz, El Gallo de Oro, 2016.

 

227. “Homo Citans and Carbon Allotropes: For an Ethics of Citation.”. R. Hoffmann, A. Kabanov, A. Golov and D. M. Proserpio. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 55,  10962-10976 (2016).

 

228. “A Lost Letter,” Revue Roumaine de Chimie 61 (4-5), 239-242 (2016)

 

229. Foreword to Victor Fet, Po ety storony: Stichorvorenia i poemi, Eretype, Portlaoise, Ireland, 2016

 

230. “Reflections on Art in Science,” in Arte y Ciencia, Ciencia y Arte, Ed. Miguel A. Méndez-Rojas, Universidad de las Americas, San Andres Cholula, 2017, pp. 16-25.

 

231. “Fundamental and Applied Science, Academia and Industry, a Creative tension in Today’s Chemistry, (in Japanese) Kagakushi (The Journal of the Japanese Society for the History of Chemistry), 44(3), 150-157 (2017).

 

232. “Creature and Creation”, Chemical & Engineering News, Jan. 1, 2018, p. 24-25.

 

233. “Das Gleiche und das Nichtgleiche, Scheidewege, 2018, pp. 305-314.

 

234. “Simulation vs Understanding: A Tension, in Quantum Chemistry and Beyond, A. Stage Setting, “Roald Hoffmann and Jean-Paul Malrieu, Angewandte Chemie, 59, 12590-125610 (2020)

 

235. “Simulation vs Understanding: A Tension, in Quantum Chemistry and Beyond, B. The March of Simulation, for Better or Worse, “Roald Hoffmann and Jean-Paul Malrieu, Angewandte Chemie., 59, 13156-13178 (2020)

 

236. “Simulation vs Understanding: A Tension, in Quantum Chemistry and Beyond, C. Toward Consilience, Roald Hoffmann and Jean-Paul Malrieu,” Angewandte Chemie. 59, 13694-13710 (2020).

 

237. Druzhba, Kotoraya Dlilas’ 35 Let (A Friendship Over4 35 Years), Koordinats. Khim., 47, 1-4 (2021)

 

238. An Octet in Flushing Meadows, Roald Hoffmann and D.L.V.K. Prasad, Americ. Scientist, 109, 144-147 (2021),

 

                            


INTERVIEWS WITH ROALD HOFFMANN

 

 

 

1.  Profile: Modest Maverick, Russell Ruthen, Scientific American (July 1990).

 

2.  Seeking Beauty in Atoms, Malcomb W. Browne, The New York Times (July 6, 1993).

 

3.  María de Jesús Rosales, Carlos Chimal and Miguel Angel Pérez Angón, “Roald Hoffmann, hacedor de acertijos,” Avance y Perspectiva 14, 267-275 (July-Aug. 1995); in Academia 26, 37-45 (Sept.-Oct. 1995).

 

4.  L. Wolpert and A. Richards, Passionate Minds: The Inner World of Scientists, Oxford: Oxford University Press (1997).

 

5.  Carlos Chimal, Luz Interior: Conversaciones sobre ciencia y literature, Mexico: Metatemas (2001).

 

6.  Dorian Devins, “Discovering Oxygen” in The Dramatist (Nov./Dec. 2001).

 

7.  Francisco García Olmedo, “Semblanza de Roald Hoffmann,” SABER/LEER, Madrid (2001).

 

8.  Piergiorgio Odifreddi, “Intervista con il chimico premio Nobel Hoffmann,” Diario di Repubblica, 35 (Nov. 26, 2003); in Incontri con menti straordinarie, Longanesi, Milan, 213-223 (2006).

 

9.  Daniel Braun, “Science and Citizenship: The Role of Government, Industry and Academe,” in Cornell Political Forum 18(1/2), 4 (2003-4).

 

10.  “Perspective on a Nobel Laureate’s World Balance Between Chemistry, Poetry and Philosophy,” The Spectrum, 17(4), 4-8 (2004).

 

11.  Enrique Martínez Celaya, “The Fuzzy Boundary: Science and Art,” in Poetry in Process, Boulder: U. of   Colorado, CU Art Museum (2005), pp. 91-99.

 

12.  Katarzyna Surmiak-Domanska, in Gazety Wyborczej, Warsaw (Feb. 28, 2006).

 

13.  Victor-M. Amela, “Las moléculas son poéticas,” in La Vanguardia (Sept. 7, 2006).

 

14.  Liberato Cardellini, “Roald Hoffmann’s Should’ve: Ethics and Science on Stage.” Chemistry International 29(3)  (2007).

 

15.  Stefan Klein, “Schönheit ist die Freude am Lebendingen, am Unregelmässingen,” Zeit Magazin 26, 41-45 (2007).

 

16. Nobel Interview of Roald Hoffmann, on web: http://nobelprize.org/chemistry/laureates/1981/hoffmann-interview.html

 

17.  Hilmar Schmundt, “Chemie ist sehr poetisch,” in Der Spiegel 33 (2007).

 

18.  Liberato Cardellini, “Looking for Connections: an Interview with Roald Hoffmann,” Journal of Chemical Education 84(10), 1631-1635 (2007).

 

19.  Stefan Klein, “Wir Alle sind Sternenstaub,” S. Fischer, Frankfurt, 2010, pp. 15-34.

 

20. Jasha Hoffman, “Chemical Connector,” Nature 480, 179 (2010).

 

21. Lou Massa, ed. “The Same and Not the Same,” Science and the Written Word: Science, Technology, and Society (Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 27-38.

 

22. Magda Romanska, “Between Art and Science: A Conversation with Roald Hoffmann,” Cosmopolitan Review 6(2) (2014).

 

23. Stefan Klein, ed., “The Poetry of Molecules,” We Are All Stardust: Scientists Who Shaped Our World Talk about Their Work, Their Lives, and What They Still Want to Know, trans. Ross Benjamin (The Experiment, 2015), pp. 139-152.

 

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