Final Examination: Freshman Chemistry. Page 1. March 18, 1943
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Travel: Washington, D.C.

Activity Listings

  • Entry in research notebook by J. M. Ploeser, National Research Defense Committee, on NDRC-11. [Filed under LP Science: Materials re: Non-Pauling War Work, 1942-44: Box #13.007 Folder #7.3]
  • Letter from Dr. G. V. Caesar, Lab director, Stein, Hall & Company, Inc. to LP RE: Discusses the formation of molecules related to N2O4, requesting LP verify the possibility of existence of two compounds. [Letter from LP to Caesar March 23, 1943] [Filed under LP Correspondence Box: #74.11, file:(C: Correspondence, 1943)]
  • Letter from F. O. Rice, Head of Chemistry Dept., The Catholic University of America, to LP RE: Thanks LP for writing the letter to Slater and states the Miss Terwoord had been awarded a National Research Council Fellowship. [Letter from LP to Prof. F. O. Rice March 8, 1943] [Filed under LP Correspondence: #340.8]
  • Letter from F.S. Crofts, F.S. Crofts and Co., to LP . RE: Crofts has heard that LP is working on a general chemistry text, and would like to express his company's interest in publishing the manuscript when finished. [Filed under LP Manuscripts of Books, 1947b5.7]
  • Letter from J. B. Koepfil to Dr. A. N. Richards, Committee on Medical Research. RE: Enclosed CMR-9 forms filled out for Contract OEMsr-212 and OEMsr-153. [Filed under LP Science: Scientific War Work - Materials re: Oxypolygelatin, 1941-1945, 1951-1952, 1972-1974: Box #13.004 Folder #4.1]
  • Letter from J. Norton Wilson, to Dr. D.E. Pearson, National Defense Research Committee. Requests one of the Scholander-Roughton outfits so they can make comparisons of the photometric instrument that are developing with the performance of the Scholander-Roughton micro-Van Slyke apparatus. [Letter from Pearson to Wilson, March 22, 1943] LP Safe: Drawer 3, Folder 3.012
  • Letter from Melvin Hochberg, Daniel Melnick, Louis Siegel and Bernard L. Oser to the editor. RE: the Destruction of Vitamin B4 (Pyridoxine) by Light. [Filed under LP Science: Orthomolecular medicine materials related to vitamin B6, 1935-1981: Box #11.070 Folder #70.1]