Annales De Chimie Et De Physique
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Annales De Chimie Et De Physique
Annales de chimie et de physique  
DisciplinePhysics, Chemistry
LanguageFrench
Publication details
Former name(s)
Annales de chimie
History1789-1914
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Ann. Chim. Phys.
Indexing
Annales de chimie et de physique
ISSN0365-1444
OCLC no.07077607
Annales de chimie
ISSN0003-3936
OCLC no.05504346
Antoine Lavoisier was one of the early editors of the journal

Annales de chimie et de physique (French for Annals of Chemistry and of Physics) is a scientific journal that was founded in Paris, France, in 1789 under the title Annales de chimie. One of the early editors was the French chemist Antoine Lavoisier. Lavoisier, an aristocrat, was guillotined in May 1794, ostensibly for tax fraud: and the journal was not published from 1794 to 1796 while the Reign of Terror was at its height under the French Directory.

In 1815, it became the Annales de chimie et de physique, and was published under that name for the next 100 years.

In 1914, it split into two successor journals. The first one, Annales de physique, was latterly published by EDP Sciences under the same name up to 2009, when it became integrated in the European Physical Journal series as the European Physical Journal H - Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Physics.[1] The second successor, Annales de chimie, later became Annales de chimie: Science des matériaux in 1978; from 1998 to 2004, it was published online by Elsevier, and since 2004, it has been managed online by the Éditions Lavoisier [fr] publishing company. Despite the name changes, the volume numbering maintained continuity between the different titles, both for the physics journal and the chemistry journal.

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Sources and further reading

  • Early history (in French), sourced from: Dictionnaire des journaux (1600-1789) sous la direction de Jean SGARD. Paris, Universitas, 1991. (Notice A.-M. CHOUILLET)
  • The Development of Modern Chemistry, pp. 273, in the chapter 'The Diffusion of Chemical Knowledge', Aaron John Ihde, Courier Dover Publications, 1984
  • In the Shadow of Lavoisier: The 'Annales de Chimie' and the Establishment of a New Science. Maurice Crosland. 1994

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