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    • 1951-Oct-01

    Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, pertaining to a discussion of various formulas proposed by Mulliken.

    • 1951-Jul-30

    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…

    • 1951-Apr-25

    Letter between Harrison Shull and Robert S. Mulliken, American quantum chemists, concerning a discussion of recent scientific work performed by several of Mulliken and Shull's colleagues.

    • 1951-Apr-04

    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…

    • 1951-Mar-26

    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.

    • 1950-Oct-24

    Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, in which Mulliken expresses skepticism with some of Shull's recent results.

    • 1950-Oct-02

    Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists. Includes detailed discussion of some of Shull's recent scientific results.

    • 1950-Jan-17

    Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, where Mulliken expresses puzzlement over recent abstracts on wave functions published in the Physics Abstracts by unnamed German and…

    • 1948-Jul-15

    Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, discussing recent results on the study of benzene spectra by Shull.

  1. Short description of electron distribution and position in molecules of CO2.