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This letter was written in response to Arnold O. Beckman's congratulations to Linus Pauling upon winning the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
- 1956 Annual Report - Employee Relations
The memo discusses a "favorable year in employee relations," including employees' reactions to new policies, the integration of newly acquired businesses, a supervisory training program, retirement benefits, health…
Letter in French from Giovanni Antonio Giobert (1761-1834), an Italian chemist and mineralogist after whom the mineral giobertite has been named, to Count Chanteloup. Dated August 16, 1812, the letter concerns a sample…
Manuscript letter from Marsilio Landriani (1751-1815), chemist, physicist and meteorologist, to a naturalist. Written on May 7, 1787, the letter deals with several topics including the work of Lavoisier, Guyton de…
- Author Landriani, Marsilio, 1751-1815
- Subject Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent, 1743-1794, Chemistry, Guyton de Morveau, Louis-Bernard, 1737-1816, Naturalists, Kirwan, Richard, 1733-1812, Chemists, Meteorology, Fourcroy, Antoine-François de, comte, 1755-1809, Laplace, Pierre Simon, marquis de, 1749-1827, Scientists, Chemistry--Nomenclature
In this letter Louis Pasteur indicates his displeasure with the winemakers of France for opposing pasteurization. He goes on to praise the California winemakers for embracing the process fully. In the letter, Pasteur…
Semipostal stamps commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Louis Pasteur. Includes two postmarks depicting Pasteur, with Pasteur also featured on the first day of issue cancel. A semipostal stamp is a postage…
Describes recent accomplishments of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Research Council. Includes a passage on the significant increase of membership among "women and blacks" on NRC committees, but notes,…
Concerns Coulson's appreciation for Shull's work on the Quantum Chemistry Program Exchange (QCPE) Newsletter.
Concerns Coulson's desire to find a postdoctoral position for a former student, Peter Robinson, in America.
Concerns Shull's plans to apply for a Fulbright and Guggenheim Fellowship for the 1954-55 academic year.
Concerns calculations on space and chemical bonds in a methane molecule.
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.
Letter from Louis Pasteur to Dr. Becar, 1884, and letter from Pasteur to an unidentified director, 1882
In the first letter Louis Pasteur turns down Dr. Becar's offer to allow Pasteur to perform experiments on him rather then on animals. In the second letter Pasteur endeavors to find work for a young assistant named…
- 1886-May-20 – 1886-May-24
Louis Pasteur requests that the petition for academic palms made by the Mayor of Arbois on behalf of Chapeau and Rouget be supported. The Rector's reply is written at the bottom of the page stating he is happy to comply.
In this letter Louis Pasteur addresses a "very eminent colleague," and thanks him for an advance copy of a new work on social economy.
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.
Acknowledgement of congratulatory note on the occasion of Simon being awarded the 1978 Nobel Prize in Economics.
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.