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    • 2002-Sep-27

    Fred Basolo begins the interview discussing his arrival at Northwestern University as an inorganic chemist in 1946. At that time, organic chemistry dominated the field of chemistry, and inorganic chemistry was seen as…

    • 1991-Mar-01

    Fred Basolo begins this interview by discussing his childhood in Coello, Illinois, and his elementary and high school education. He attended Southern Illinois University where he studied to be a chemistry teacher but…

    • 1953-Nov-17

    Donald Loughridge, dean of Northwestern University, exchanges friendly news with Arnold Beckman before discussing chemistry professor Robert L. Burwell's complaints about the IR-2T spectrophotometer, its frequent…

    • 1953-Dec-03

    In response to Donald Loughridge's complaints about the performance of the IR-2T spectrophotometer, Arnold Beckman defers to general sales manager W. H. Steinkamp and expresses confidence that he will bring the…

    • 1954-Apr-30

    Allen Hussey, the director of Northwestern University's chemical laboratories, discusses the frequent breakdowns of the IR-2T spectrophotometer, the practical and ethical barriers to selling it to recoup expenses, and…