Mulliken, Robert S. Papers 1908-1985
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John Clarke Slater was a physicist. He graduated from Harvard (Ph. D. 1923) and continued his studies at Cambridge University. He also studied in Copenhagen for six months under Niels Bohr, with whom Slater worked again in 1929 on the quantum theory. He returned to the United States in 1930 to become head of the department of physics at M.I.T., where he worked with Karl Compton to transform the study of physics there. From the description of Papers, 1908-1976. (American Philosophical...
Mathematician. From the description of Papers, 1905-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155003618 ...
Born in Hamburg, Germany on 25 December 1904. Died on 3 March 1999. Education: Dr. Ing., Darmstadt Technische Universität (1928). Employment: 1930-1935 Darmstadt Technische Universität ; 1935-1945 University of Saskatchewan ; 195-1948 University of Chicago ; 1948- National Research Council of Canada. From the description of Oral history interview with Gerhard Herzberg 1986 May 5 (Chemical Heritage Foundation). WorldCat record id: 78596467 Born in Hamburg, Germany, Gerhard ...
Robert G. Parr was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1921. He attended Brown University and did his graduate work at the University of Minnesota under Bryce Crawford. He subsequently taught at Carnegie Institute of Technology, Johns Hopkins University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Robert G. Parr was an important theoretical chemist. In concert with his pupil Rudolph Pariser and in conjunction with the researches of Sir John Pople he contributed to the formulation of what came t...
Formed in 1930, by the 1940s the University of Chicago's Division of the Physical Sciences included the Departments of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Meteorology and Physics, as well as the Institute for the Study of Metals and the Institute for Nuclear Studies. The astronomer Walter Bartky served as dean of the division during this time. Some of the most critical scientific developments of the 20th century took place under the Division of the Physical Sc...
Physicist. (1896-1986) From the description of Oral history interview with Robert S. Mulliken, 1964 February 1. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83555065 Chemical physicist. Born 1896. B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1917. Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1921. Assistant professor of physics, New York University, 1926-1928. Associate professor of physics, University of Chicago, 1928-1931; professor, 1931-1956; Ernest DeWitt Burton Distinguished Service Professor, 19...