Paul Weisz begins his oral history interview by discussing his family background in Austria-Hungary after World War I period, when his family moved to Berlin. Weisz was educated in the Gymnasium, where he developed an…
Portrait of German-American physicist John J. (John Josef) Grebe (1900-1984), best known for his contributions to the plastics industry, including the development of polystyrene, Styrofoam, and Saran plastics.
R. Victor Jones matriculated into the University of California, Berkeley and entered the lab of Walter Knight, where he worked in the new field of nuclear magnetic resonance. He continued into graduate school at…
- Interviewee Jones, R. Victor, 1929-
- Interviewer Brock, David C.
- Subject Microelectronics industry, Shockley, William, 1910-1989, Moore, Gordon E., 1929-, Electronic industries, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory, Jones, R. Victor, 1929-, Last, Jay T., Physicists--Biography, Physicists
Richard E. Honig was born in Göttingen, Germany, the eldest of three boys. He attended Robert College, an American college in Istanbul, from which he graduated with a bachelor of science degree in electrical…
- Interviewee Honig, Richard E. (Richard Edward), 1917-2001
- Interviewer Grayson, Michael A.
- Subject Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Honig, Richard E. (Richard Edward), 1917-2001, American Society for Testing and Materials, Mass spectrometers, American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Physicists--Biography, Mass spectrometry, RCA Laboratories, Physicists
- 2005-Feb-18 (First session)
- 2005-Apr-08 (Second session)
James M. Goldey chronicles his involvement with the electronics industry and his career at Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. He describes his interaction with William B. Shockley, Julius Molnar, Jack Moll, and Ian M.…
Photograph of mathematical physicist and physical chemist Richard C. (Chace) Tolman seated in front of a global map. This photograph is believed to have been taken when Tolman was serving as a scientific advisor to…
- Circa 1977
Portrait of Rosalyn Sussman Yalow (1921-2011), an American medical physicist and co-recipient of the 1977 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the development of the radioimmunoassay (RIA) technique.
Concerns Shull's plans to apply for a Fulbright and Guggenheim Fellowship for the 1954-55 academic year.
Concerns work being done on molecular integrals and hybrid orbitals, as well as Shull's reply to an invitation to attend the Shelter Island Conference.
Contains suggestions from Mulliken to Shull for changes in one of Shull's manuscripts.
Concerns submission of a manuscript to Mulliken for review, and results of Shull's latest work on quantum theory.
Contains comments on Shull's current research activities.
Depicts Fritz Haber and Max Planck, Nobel Prize laureates in Chemistry and Physics.
Stamps depict Niels Bohr, the equation for the Bohr frequency condition (an equation relating to light frequency and electrons), and a diagram of the Bohr model of a hydrogen atom.
Cachet shows the Curie laboratory in Paris, and stamps depict Marie Curie with a bowl of radium.
- Artist Autier, Ph., Pheulpin, Jean
- Engraver Pheulpin, Jean
- Subject Women in science, Curie, Marie, 1867-1934, Women physicists, Women in physics, France, Women scientists, Chemists, Postmarks, Commemorative postage stamps, Women chemists, Science on postage stamps, Nobel Prize winners, Women in chemistry, Cachets (Philately), Physicists, Postage stamps, Postcards, Women physical scientists, Women Nobel Prize winners
Depicts Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, awarded the first Nobel Prize in Physics for the discovery of X-rays, along with an X-ray tube and an atom.
Stamp issued during International Women's Year (1975), depicting Marie Curie, "discoverer of radium," by the former British colony Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla (now called the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis.)
- Subject Women in science, Curie, Marie, 1867-1934, Women physicists, Women scientists, Chemists, Women physical scientists, International Women's Year (1975), Commemorative postage stamps, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Women chemists, Science on postage stamps, Nobel Prize winners, Women in chemistry, Physicists, Postage stamps, Anguilla, Women Nobel Prize winners
Congratulatory note from Robert S. Mulliken to Harrison Shull, on the occasion of Mulliken being awarded the 1966 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, concerning the eventual disposal of Mulliken's reprint file.
Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, concerning reprints and the Cosmos Club.
Concerns congratulatory note on the occasion of Pauling being awarded the National Medal of Science.
Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists.
Concerns a previous letter Hirschfelder sent to Robert G. Parr. Parr, Robert Karplus, Harrison Shull, and W. T. Simpson were cc'd on the letter.
Letter between Harrison Shull and Robert S. Mulliken, American quantum chemists, concerning updates on matters related to a Gordon Research Conference.
Letter between Harrison Shull and Robert S. Mulliken, American quantum chemists.