James S. Murday, at a young age, decided he wanted to be a second Einstein; he wanted to bring important change to the world. In school he always did better in the sciences and math, so he liked them more. He was most…
- Interviewee Murday, James S., 1942-
- Interviewer Mody, Cyrus C. M.
- Sponsor Center for Nanotechnology in Society
- Subject Murday, James S., 1942- , Nuclear magnetic resonance, Solid state physics, Nanoscience, United States. Office of Naval Research, Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.), American Vacuum Society, Nanostructures, United States. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, National Science and Technology Council (U.S.), National Nanotechnology Initiative (U.S.), University of Southern California
Rudolph Marcus begins the interview with a discussion of his family background and early education. Though he spent some of his early years in Detroit, Michigan, he primarily grew up in a Jewish neighborhood in…
- Interviewee Marcus, Rudolph A. (Rudolph Arthur), 1923-
- Interviewer Bohning, James J.
- Subject Marcus, Rudolph A. (Rudolph Arthur), 1923-, Chemistry, Physical and theoretical, World War (1939-1945), National Research Council Canada, University of North Carolina (1793-1962), United States. Office of Naval Research, Unimolecular reactions, Polytechnic University (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.), Polymers, Oxford University, California Institute of Technology, Charge exchange
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.
Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, concerning upcoming Gordon Research Conference and proposal for Shull to give a seminar talk at the University of Chicago.
Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists.
Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, concerning a conference on "Quantum-Mechanical Methods in Valence Theory and Molecular Structure," hosted by the National Science…
- Addressee Shull, Harrison
- Author Mulliken, Robert Sanderson
- Subject Shull, Harrison, National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), Mulliken, Robert Sanderson, Wave functions, Quantum theory, Chemists, Quantum chemistry, Molecular structure, Nobel Prize winners, Physicists, Valence (Theoretical chemistry), International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, United States. Office of Naval Research