JAIC 1995, Volume 34, Number 1, Article 2 (pp. 11 to 32)
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ADAM GOTTLIEB is a B.Sc. chemist in environment and photography. This article was written as a senior thesis for the Department of Chemistry at Princeton University in 1993 and was subsequently reviewed by participants at the Stieglitz Colloquy in Washington, D.C. in May 1993. Address: 5035 Parc, Montreal, Quebec, H2V 4E9 Canada.

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