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…
- Author Mulliken, Robert Sanderson
- Addressee Shull, Harrison
- Subject Quantum chemistry, Physicists, Mueller, C. R., Nobel Prize winners, Eyring, Henry, 1901-1981, Molecular orbitals, Shull, Harrison, Chemistry, Physical and theoretical, Mulliken, Robert Sanderson, Benzene, Ionization, Carbon, and Chemists
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.