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William Benzon Physical Chemistry Laboratory Notes


Held at: Science History Institute Archives [Contact Us]315 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

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William Benzon was born in Baltimore, Maryland on January 31, 1912. William Benzon died in Allentown, PA on November 21, 1998. Benzon attended the University of Virginia and John Hopkins University and was employed by the Mining Division of Bethlehem Steel. He retired from Bethlehem Steel as Superintendent of Coal Preparation.

This is a Vernon sewn copybook type notebook consisting of 152 lined pages (124 of which were used). There are also 9 graphs attached to the pages by paper clips. The entries in this laboratory notebook appear to cover coursework assigned as Experiment 16 and Experiments 20 through 36 and are undated.

The William Benzon Physical Chemistry Laboratory Notes were donated to the Science History Institute by James J. Bohning.

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Finding aid created and encoded into EAD by Jahna Auerbach.
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September 2022
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