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00:00:55 1 List of landmarks
00:01:04 1.1 1993
00:01:23 1.2 1994
00:01:52 1.3 1995
00:02:47 1.4 1996
00:03:39 1.5 1997
00:04:37 1.6 1998
00:06:04 1.7 1999
00:07:43 1.8 2000
00:08:57 1.9 2001
00:09:47 1.10 2002
00:10:50 1.11 2003
00:11:46 1.12 2004
00:12:34 1.13 2005
00:13:22 1.14 2006
00:13:51 1.15 2007
00:14:41 1.16 2008
00:15:20 1.17 2009
00:15:50 1.18 2010
00:16:24 1.19 2011
00:16:47 1.20 2012
00:17:17 1.21 2013
00:18:17 1.22 2014
00:19:22 1.23 2015
00:20:53 1.24 2016
00:21:12 1.25 2017

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The National Historic Chemical Landmarks program was launched by the American Chemical Society in 1992 to recognize significant achievements in the history of chemistry and related professions. The program celebrates the centrality of chemistry. The designation of such generative achievements in the history of chemistry demonstrates how chemists have benefited society by fulfilling the ACS vision: Improving people’s lives through the transforming power of chemistry.
The program occasionally designates International Historic Chemical Landmarks to commemorate “chemists and chemistry from around the world that have had a major impact in the United States”.

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