Including what is believed to be the earliest depiction of the chemical structure of a benzene ring, this German work by August Kekulé (1829-1896) outlines his discoveries on the structure of benzene. An early founder…
The illustration on this page is believed to be the earliest depiction of the chemical structure of a benzene ring.
This German work by August Kekulé (1829-1896) outlines his discoveries on the structure of benzene.…
Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, concerning a discussion of a paper published by Eyring and Mueller on the best value of Z for carbon. Contains a post-script in which…
- Addressee Shull, Harrison
- Author Mulliken, Robert Sanderson
- Subject Benzene, Shull, Harrison, Ionization, Mulliken, Robert Sanderson, Chemists, Quantum chemistry, Molecular orbitals, Carbon, Nobel Prize winners, Physicists, Chemistry, Physical and theoretical, Mueller, C. R., Eyring, Henry, 1901-1981
Letter between Harrison Shull and Robert S. Mulliken, American quantum chemists, where Shull inquires to Mulliken about his thoughts on a recent paper published by Mueller and Eyring.
Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, discussing recent results on the study of benzene spectra by Shull.
- Part of Encyclopædia of Chemistry, Theoretical, Practical, and Analytical, as Applied to the Arts and Manufacturers, Vol. I
Cylindrical stills for the manufacture of benzene.
Now termed benzene, "benzol" is a hydrocarbon first discovered by Michael Faraday in 1825, in the liquid which resulted from the compression of illuminating gases…
Friedrich August Kekule von Stradonitz was a German organic and theoretical chemist, whose most famous work was determining the structure of benzene. The FDC features Kekule on the cachet, a postmark depicting the…
Stamp depicts August Kekule with the chemical structure of a benzene ring.