Linus Pauling note to self summarizing research publications on the crystal structures of hydrogen fluoride, CsCu2Cl3 and CsAg2I3. Page 1. March 24, 1954
Linus Pauling note to self summarizing research publications on the crystal structures of hydrogen fluoride, CsCu2Cl3 and CsAg2I3. March 24, 1954. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.

Travel: Vandalia, OH

Activity Listings

  • Itinerary: LP leaves Dayton, Ohio for Kansas City; arrives in Kansas City at 11:09 AM; stays at the Hotel State; AHP leaves Dayton and arrives in Spokane at 5:00 PM [Filed under LP Travel: Box #1.001, Folder 1.12]
  • LP Notes to Self RE: "The crystal structure of hydrogen fluoride"; "The crystal structures of CaCu2Cl3 and CsAg2I3"; "The microwave spectra, structure, and dipole moment of stable pentaborane"; "Determination of some carbon-chlorine bond dissociation energies"; "The near infrared spectrum and the internuclear distances of nitrous oxide"; "The librational heat capacity of ice and of heavy ice"; "The crystal structure of ammonium oxide"; Hexagonal urea-hydrocarbon crystals"; "The stereochemistry of molecules containing the C=C=N group: the crystal structure of N-methyl-2, 2-dimethyl sulfonyl vinylidineamine"; "Refinement of a non-centrosymmetrical structure: sodium nitrite"; "The crystal structure of ethylene carbonate"; "The infrared spectrum and molecular constants of Dbr"; "Residual entropy of the polar structure of ice"; "Polar versus non-polar ice"; "The crystal structure of dipotassium nitroacetate"; "Crystal structures of heterocyclic compounds"; "A hexagonal modification of a salt of Millon's base"; "The crystal structure of tropolone hydrochloride"; "The crystal structure of 1, 3, 5-triphenyl benzene" [Filed under LP Science: (LP Notes to Self: Scientific, 1941, 1945-1992), Box #10.003, Folder 3.7]
  • Letter from E. B. Wilson to LP RE: Wilson is concerned with the Editorial Board's consideration of copyrighting the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. He is against it. A brief report on statistical data in the Proceedings is enclosed. [Filed under LP Science: (National Academy of Sciences, 1952-1954), Box #14.020, Folder 20.3]
  • Letter from R. V. Bartz, Executive Director, C. I. T., to Dr. L. A. Sweet, Vice President, Parke, Davis & Co., cc: LP RE: Informs that LP will be away during his visit and the Dr. Beadle would enjoy spending time with him. [Filed under LP Biographical: Box #1.028, Folder #28.3]
  • Letter from T. Duckett Jones, Helen Hay Whitney Foundation to LP RE: Thanks for letter of evaluation of the Deustch brothers and Phillips. [LP's letter to Jones March 16, 1954] [Filed under LP Science: (Helen Hay Whitney Foundation–Scientific Advisory Committee: Correspondence, 1954-1959), Box #15.002, Folder 2.1]