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- Τhe reception of Newtonianism in the Greek-speaking regions of the Eighteenth century
(with Manolis Patiniotis) The Reception of Newton in Europe, edited by Scott Mandelbrote, Helmut Pulte (Continuum Publishing Corporation, 2013).

- The Chemical Bond, Some historical insights (with Ana Simoes) in The Philosophy of Chemistry:
Practices, methodologies, concepts, edited by Jean Pierre Llored (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013), pp. 226-240, (French Edition Hermann, 2014).

- Authors' Response
(with Ana Simoes) to Comments by Hasok Chang, Jeremiah James, Paul Needham for the book symposium (Neither Physics not Chemistry: A history of quantum chemistry) Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Quantum Chemistry, Metascience 2013, 22: 523-544.

- Historiographical Issues in the History of Cold
in History of Artificial Cold: Scientific, technological and social aspects (Springer Publishers, 2013), pp.1-21.

- P.O.Lowdin and the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry:
A kaleidoscopic agenda for quantum chemistry (with Ana Simoes) International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 2013, DOI:10.1002/qua.24536, pp.1-12.

- James Dewar and the Vanishing Electrical resistance at Absolute Zero Temperature,
Annalen der Physik (Berlin) 524, no. 3-4, A61-64, 2012.

- The STEP (Science and Technology in the European Periphery) initiative:
Attempting to historicize the notion of European Science, Centaurus 54, 2012, pp.311-327.

- From Physical Chemistry to Quantum Chemistry:
How chemists dealt with mathematics(with Ana Simoes) HYLE vol. 18, 2012, pp.41-65.

- Science Popularization, Hegemonic Ideology and Commercialized Science,
Journal of History of Science and Technology vol. 6, 2012, pp.85-99.

- The Ideology of Popularization and the Popularization of Ideology: Some issues for the History of Science,
Revista Brazileira de Historia da Ciencia, vol. 5, 2012, pp.224-231.

- Introduction to Elements of Natural Philosophy:
Greek scientific thinking in the 17th and 18th centuries by Manolis Patinotis (in Greek) (Gutenberg Publications, 2013), pp.13-30.

- Marxist History of Science in Marxism and the Sciences:
Philosophical and historical perspectives edited by Dimitris Dialetis (in greek) (Nefeli publications, 2010), pp.143-262.

- Periphery:
Some historiographical reflections with Patiniotis, M., Papanelopoulou, F., Simões, A., Carneiro, A., Diogo, M.P., Sánchez, J.R.B., Belmar, A.G. & Nieto-Galan,History of Science xlvi, 2008, 156-175.

- Positioning the History of Science with J.Renn in Positioning the History of Science,
K.Gavroglu, J.Renn (Eds.) (Springer Publishers, 2007), pp.1-7.

- Physical Chemistry with T.Arabatzis In G. Roberts (ed.), Chemical History:
Reviews of the Recent Literature (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2005), pp. 135-153.

- Patterns of Appropriation in the Greek Intellectual Life of the 18th Century:
Α Case Study on The Notion of Time with Manolis Patiniotis, in Abhay Ashtekar, Robert Cohen, Don Howard, Jürgen Renn, Sahotra Sarkar, Abner Shimony (eds.) Revisiting the Foundations of Relativistic Physics: Festschrift in Honor of John Stachel, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht 2003, 569-591.

- The History of the Idea of a moving Earth:
Plato and the Academy, with Christianidis J., Dialetis, Neusis, Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, Vol. 12, Summer 2003, p. 35-57 (in Greek).

- Having a Knack for the Non-Intuitive:
Aristarchus’s Heliocentrism through Archimedes’s Geocentrism with J.Christianidis and D.Dialetis. History of Science, xl, (2002), p.1-22.

- Preparing the ground for quantum chemistry in Great Britain:
the contributions of the physicist R.H.Fowler and the chemist N.V.Sidgwick with A.Simoes, British Journal for the History of Science 35, 2002, 187-212.

- The Physicists’ Electron and its Appropriation by the Chemists in Histories of the Electron,
edited by J.Buchwald, A.Warwick, The MIT Press, 2001, 363-400.

- Interview with Thomas S.Kuhn with A.Baltas and V.Kindi
published in The Road Since Structure, Thomas S.Kuhn, Philosophical essays 1970-1993, with an autobiographical interview, edited by J.Conant, J.Haugeland. (Chicago University Press, 2000), 253-324.

- Quantum Chemistry in Great Britain:
Developing a mathematical framework for quantum chemistry with A.Simoes, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 31B, 511-548, 2000

- The Sciences at the European Periphery during the Enlightenment:
Transmission versus Appropriation. Science and Power: The Historical Foundations of Research Policies in Europe, Edited by L.Guzzetti, European Communities, 2000.

- From defiant youth to conformist adulthood:
The sad story of liquid helium. Perspectives in Physics, 3, (2000), 165-188.

- Theoretical Chemistry in the making:
Appropriating concepts and legitimizing techniques. Introductory Remarks, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 31B, 429-434, 2000.

- One face or many? The role of textbooks in building the new discipline of quantum chemistry, with A.Simoes, In Communicating Chemistry.
Textbooks and their Audiences 1789-1939. Edited by A.Lundgren and B.Bensaude-Vincent, pp.415-450. Science History Publications, Canton, MA ,2000.

- Controversies and the becoming of physical chemistry.
In Controversies in Science, editors, P. Machamer, M. Pera, A. Baltas. p. 177-198, Oxford University Press 2000.

- Quantum chemistry qua applied mathematics.
The contributions of Charles Alfred Coulson (1910-1974) with A.Simoes, Historical Studies In the Physical Sciences, 29,363-406 Part 2, 1999.

- Appropriating the new scientific ideas in the Greek speaking regions during the 17th and 18th Centuries,
with D.Dialetis, in Die Griechen und Europa - Auβen und Innensichten im Wandel der Zeit, H. Heppner - O. Katsiardi-Hering (Editors), Zur Kunde Südosteuropas, Band II/25, Bohlau Verlag Wien.

- The transmission to and the assimilation of scientific ideas in the Greek speaking world 1700-1900:
The case of chemistry in The Making of the Chemist, The Social History of Chemistry in Europe 1789-1914, edited by.D.Knight, H.Kragh, Cambridge University Press, 1998, 289-304.

- The Sciences in the Greek Speaking Regions During the 17th and 18th Centuries:
The process of appropriation and the dynamics of reception and resistance with D.Dialetis, and M.Patiniotis, Archimedes, volume 2, pp.41-72, 1997.

- Different legacies and common aims:
Robert Mulliken, Linus Pauling and the origins of quantum chemistry, with A.Simoes, Conceptual Perspectives in Quantum Chemistry, edited by J-L. Calais and E.Kryachko, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997, pp.383-413.

- The chemists’ electron,
(with T.Arabatzis), European Journal of Physics, 18, 150-163, 1997

- Philosophical Issues in the History of Chemistry Synthese,
111, 283-304, 1997.

- Appropriating the atom at the end of the 19th century:
Chemists and physicists at each others’ throat Philosophers Philosophers in the Laboratory, edited by V.Mossini, Academia Nazionale di Scienze, Lettere e Arti, Modena 1995, pp.93-106.

- The "nemesis" of James Dewar.
Proceedings of the Royal Institution, England, 1995, 43, 28-44.

- Can theories of Chemistry tell us anything about realism?
Problems of Realism, editor R.S. Cohen, Kluwer Academic Publishers 1994, pp.26-43.

- The Americans, the Germans and the beginnings of quantum chemistry:
The confluence of diverging traditions (with A.Simoes) Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences, 1994, 25, 47-110..

- Different types of discourse and the history of science.
Trends in the Historiography of Science. 1994, 236-251.

- The myths of low temperature physics.
European Journal of Physics, 1993, 21, 171-190.

- The remarkable work of "le gentleman du zero absolu"
(with Y.Goudaroulis). In Through Measurement of Knowledge, (see edited volumes) 1991, pp. 13-96.

- The reaction of the British physicists and chemists to Van Der Waals''s early work and the law of corresponding states.
Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences 20, 200-237, 1990.

- Differences in style as a way of probing the context of discovery.
Philosophia 45, 53-75, 1990.

- Historical and methodological issues in dealing with the development of theories of liquids:
From gases and liquids to fluids. In Greek Studies in the Philosophy of Science. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990, editor P.Nikolakopoulos, pp. 251-277.

- From Physica to Nature:
The tale of a most peculiar phenomenon with Y.Goudaroulis , Janus 73, 53-84, 1990.

- A taxonomy of theoretical and experimental tests.
Zeitschrift fur Allgemeine Wissenshaftstheorie XX, 18-39, 1989.

- The methodology of scientific research programmes and some developments in high energy physics.
In Imre Lakatos and Theories of Scientific Change, (see edited volumes) 1989, pp. 123-133.

- Quantum mechanics and macroscopic quantum phenomena:
The case of superconductivity and superfluidity, with Y.Goudaroulis, Zeitschrift fur Allgemeine Wissenshaftstheorie XX, 249-275, 1989.

- Observability and Simplicity:
When are particles elementary? Synthese 79, 543-557, 1989.

- Kamerlingh Onnes'' Researches at Leiden and Their Methodological Implications
(with Y.Goudaroulis), Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 19, 243-274, 1988.

- Understanding Macroscopic Quantum Phenomena.
From the history of liquid helium 1941-1955, (with Y.Goudaroulis), Annals of Science, 45, 367-385, 1988.

- Rederivations of the General Theory of Relativity as Probes for the Newtonian Framework.
Methodology and Science, 21, 280-287, 1988.

- Symmetries and the notion of elementarity in high energy physics.
Computers and Mathematical Applications 17, 457-465, 1989. Two volumes dedicated to "Symmetry". General Editor H.Hargittai (Pergamon Press, 1988).

- On the Problem of Theory Choice.
Methodology and Science, 20, 19-31, 1987.

- Theoretical Frameworks for Theories of Gravitation:
A case of a "sui generis" research program. Methodology and Science 19, 91-124, 1986.

- Some Methodological and Historical Considerations in Low Temperature Physics II:
The case of Superfluidity (with Y.Goudaroulis), Annals of Science 43, 137-146, 1986.

- Recent Evidence and Further Comments on Parity Violation.
Historia Scientiarum 37, 115-123, 1986.

- Popper''s Tetradic Schema, Progressive Research Programs and the Case of Parity Violation in Elementary Particle Physics 1953-1958.
Zeitschrift fur allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie XVI, 261,-278, 1985.

- Some Methodological and Historical Considerations in Low Temperature Physics.
The Case of Superconductivity 1911-1957, (with Y.Goudaroulis) Annals of Science 41, 135-149, 1984.

- The Modification of Popper''s Tetradic Schema and the Special Theory of Relativity.
(with A.Baltas) Zeitschrift fur allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie XI, 213- 231, 1980.

- Research Guiding Principles in Modern Physics:
Case studies in elementary particle physics. Zeitschrift fur allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie VII, 233-250, 1976.

- Entries for encyclopaedias, dictionaries etc.:

- Superconductivity; Superfluidity in the Compendium of Quantum Mechanics,
Editor Klaus Hentschel, 2009.

- Felix Klein in the New Dictionary of Scientific Biographies,
Editor-in-chief Noretta Koertge, 2008

- Entropy,
with T.Arabatzis in J. Heilbron (ed.), The Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Science (Oxford University Press, 2003), pp. 268-269.

- Cryogenics, Solid State Physics in the Oxford Companion for the History of Science,
editor J.Heilbron, Clarendon University Press, 2003.

- Criogenia, superconduttività e superfluidità,
with T.Arabatzis in Storia della scienza, 10 vols., editor-in-chief Sandro Petruccioli (Roma: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 2001-2004), vol. VIII, 2004, pp. 423-430.

- John William Strutt, Third Baron Rayleigh for The New Dictionary for National Biographies,
Oxford University Press, 1998.

- Cryogenics;
Physical Chemistry;
Valence, all in Reader’s Guide to the History of Science,
editor A.Hessenbruch, Fitzroy Publishers, 1998.

- Heike Kamerlingh Onnes (1853-1926). The Nobel Prizes Winners: Physics.
Editor Frank N. Magill. Salem Press, 1990. pp. 179-187.

- Pieter Zeeman (1865-1943). The Novel Prizes Winners: Physics.
Editor Frank N.Magill. Salem Press, 1990. pp. 45-52.