Paul D. Bartlett notebooks
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Paul D. Bartlett was born in Ann Arbor, MI on August 14th, 1907. He died in Lexington, MA on October 11, 1997. He spent the bulk of his career at Harvard University (1934-1972) before retiring to a productive second career (1972-1985) as the Welch Professor of Chemistry at TCU. He was one of the pre-eminent physical-organic chemists of his day.
This is a series of tablet type, pocket-sized notebooks kept by Paul D. Bartlett between 1949 and 1977. These notebooks contain notes taken by Bartlett at conferences and lectures he attended. The notebooks are his personal notebooks used during his career.
Source of acquisition--Sarah D. Bartlett. Method of acquisition--gift ;; Date of acquisition--1991-2006..
- Chemistry, Physical and theoretical -- Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc
- Stereochemistry -- Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc
- Dynamics -- Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc
- Polymerization -- Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc
- Free radical reactions -- Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc
- Ring formation (Chemistry) -- Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc
- Organic reaction mechanisms -- Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc
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