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Oregon State University
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Roman Schmitt Papers, 1961-1988View associated digital content.

The Roman Schmitt Papers are comprised of materials generated and collected by chemistry professor Roman Schmitt that document his research and instruction. Among the materials in this collection include: article reprints, committee records, a grant proposal, lecture notes, photographs, and research data. Schmitt worked for Oregon State University from 1966 until 1999 in a joint appointment with the Chemistry Department and the OSU Radiation Center. Specializing in the field of cosmochemistry, Schmitt used neutron activiation analysis in the research of moon rocks collected as a part of the NASA Apollo Sample Return Program.
ID: MSS Schmitt
Extent: 0.7 cubic feet
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Statement on Access: This collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation: Roman Schmitt Papers (MSS Schmitt), Oregon state University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: These materials were transferred to the Special Collections and Archives Research Center in 2014 by Lucas Hart.
Acquired: 2014.
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