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Fri Mar 21 17:05:45 2014 UTClccn-n790773500.00Papers of Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin,0.700.90Electron diffraction. The nature of defects in crystals158070937n 79077350310015International union of crystallographyInternationale Union für KristallographieIUCIUCr.IUCr AbkuerzungIUCr (International Union of Crystallography)Mezhdunarodnyĭ soi︠u︡z kristallografovMezhdunarodnyĭ soi︠u︡z po kristallografiiUnión Internacional de CristalografíaUnión internacional de cristalográficaUnion internationale de cristallographielccn-n83040019Hahn, Theoedtlccn-n83826553Wilson, A. J. C.(Arthur James Cochran)1914-edtlccn-n95020077Shmueli, U.(Uri)edtlccn-n81131844Guinier, Andrélccn-n86110323Jullien, R.lccn-n50078220Crystallographic Data Centrelccn-n79077353International Organization of Crystal Growthlccn-n79077172Mullin, J. B.edtlccn-n81086458MacGillavry, Caroline Henriette1904-edtlccn-n80162637Ewald, Paul Peter1888-1985edtInternational Union of CrystallographyPeriodicalsConference proceedingsHistoryCrystallographyCrystalsX-ray crystallographyCrystallizationBiomolecules--StructureSymmetryColorsSynchrotron radiationSolid state physicsX-rays--DiffractionChemical structureElectrons--DiffractionMacromolecules--StructureInternational Union of CrystallographyCrystallography--Data processingEscher, M. C.--(Maurits Cornelis),Molecular structureBiomolecules--ReactivityStructure-activity relationships (Biochemistry)Reactivity (Chemistry)Crystals--DefectsNeutrons--DiffractionCrystal growthSynchrotron radiation--Industrial applicationsX-raysCrystallography, MathematicalBiomoleculesElectronic journalsPhysicsChemistryMines and mineral resourcesCondensed matterMaterialsCrystallography--Computer network resourcesAssociations, institutions, etc.--Computer network resourcesPhysical organic chemistryBiochemistryDiffractionMacromolecules--AnalysisChemistry--MathematicsBernal, J. D.--(John Desmond),MacromoleculesUnited States.--National Bureau of StandardsScienceAmerican Crystallographic AssociationChinaHuman rightsRussiaBunn, C. W.--(Charles William)Pauling, Linus,19511952195319541955195619571959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013203116311535548.05QD901ocn491305599ocn469422668ocn493088077ocn490567476ocn489962619ocn469923714ocn468292444ocn489962850ocn474059910ocn469923954ocn797736944ocn799515694ocn799578747ocn799344038ocn868225252ocn8699325553386102ocn001460868serial0.66International Union of CrystallographyActa crystallographicaPeriodicalsActa Crystallographica Section C: Crystal Structure Communications is a rapid communication journal for the publication of concise reports on crystal and molecular structures1574116ocn009370926book19830.76Hahn, TheoInternational tables for crystallographyThis multi-volume set is the definitive resource and reference work for crystallography+-+1386857596110622ocn037345398com0.66International Union of CrystallographyActa crystallographicaPeriodicals108237ocn037345317file0.66International Union of CrystallographyActa crystallographicaPeriodicalsPrintbegrænsninger: Der kan printes kapitelvis99421ocn044114793file0.70International Union of CrystallographyJournal of applied crystallographyPeriodicals89153ocn002350321book19520.76International Union of CrystallographyInternational tables for X-ray crystallographyVol. I includes: dictionary of terms in english, french, german, russian and spanish77633ocn001460867serial0.76International Union of CrystallographyActa crystallographicaPeriodicals7638ocn045622222com20010.59International Union of CrystallographyActa crystallographicaPeriodicals74119ocn044164087file0.63International Union of CrystallographyJournal of synchrotron radiationPeriodicalsPrintbegrænsninger: Der kan printes kapitelvis58719ocn001460869serial0.79International Union of CrystallographyActa crystallographicaPeriodicals5544ocn019512587book19890.63Guinier, AndréThe solid state : from superconductors to superalloys50366ocn011755890book19830.76Hahn, TheoInternational tables for crystallography. Brief teaching edition of volume A, space-group symmetry+-+26401874252445ocn010695812book19840.86International Summer School on Crystallographic ComputingMethods and applications in crystallographic computing : papers presented at the International Summer School on Crystallographic Computing, held at Kyoto, Japan, 18-27 August, 1983Conference proceedings2323ocn000585863book19650.35MacGillavry, Caroline HenrietteFantasy & symmetry : the periodic drawings of M.C. Escher2217ocn000096449book19690.84Bijvoet, J. MEarly papers on diffraction of X-rays by crystals2107ocn017353532book19880.86Molecular structure : chemical reactivity and biological activityConference proceedings2023ocn002522536book19660.90International Conference on Electron Diffraction and the Nature of Defects in CrystalsElectron diffraction. The nature of defects in crystalsConference proceedings1978ocn014166200book19860.88International Union of CrystallographyFifty years of neutron diffraction : the advent of neutron scattering+-+32309270353241962ocn005219472book19790.86International Summer School on Crystal GrowthCrystal growth : a tutorial approach : proceedings of the third International Summer School on Crystal Growth, 1977Conference proceedings1806ocn007276396book19810.86Fifty years of electron diffraction : in recognition of fifty years of achievement by the crystallographers and gas diffractionists in the field of electron diffractionHistory+-+31976227542945ocn001512968book19620.81Ewald, Paul PeterFifty years of X-ray diffraction. Dedicated to the International Union of Crystallography on the occasion of the commemoration meeting in Munich, July 196241ocn044324686com0.81International Union of CrystallographyInternational Union of CrystallographyThe IUCr is a member of the International Council for Science (ICSU) and exists to serve the world community of crystallographers. Presents the International Union of Crystallography , a scientific union located in Chester, England, that is a member of the International Council of Scientific Unions. Notes that the IUCr promotes crystallography, the publication of crystallographic research, and the standardization of methods, units, nomenclatures, and symbols. Includes information about the IUCr, statutes, its commissions, regional associates, publications and journals, meetings, services, and other items. Links to world database of crystallographers, SINCRIS information exchange and Inorganic Structural Database11ocn858637264com19990.47Ewald, Paul PeterFifty years of X-ray diffraction11ocn083717790mixInternational Congress of Crystallography (8th : 1969 : Stony Brook, N.Y.)Conference proceedingsCorrespondence of the Steering Committee for the Congress, as well as memoranda, draft grant proposals, and other materials pertaining to pre-conference planning and arrangements; also printed programs, and post-conference correspondence and reports. Correspondents include: Walter C. Hamilton, George A. Jeffery, David P. Shoemaker, and Elizabeth A. Wood11ocn080180985mixFankuchen, IsidorPersonal, scientific, and other correspondence, manuscripts, reprints, photographs, doctoral thesis, data books, samples of specimens, and lecture research notebooks. The bulk of the collection is post-1947 correspondence. Includes materials on x-ray diffraction and crystallography, and academic freedom, as well as Fankuchen's early research in molecular biology. Correspondents include: John Desmond Bernal, George Lindenberg Clark, Norman Fordyce McKerron Henry, Richard Fiske Jarrell, Raymond Pepinsky, Aaron Sidney Posner, Dorothy Wrinch, the American Crystallographic Association, the American Society for X-Ray and Electron Diffraction, the International Union of Crystallography, the National Bureau of Standards, National Research Council, National Science Foundation, the U.S. National Committee on Crystallography for the International Union of Crystallography, and representatives of various academic institutions, journals, publishing companies, technical and humanitarian societies, industry, and government agencies11ocn154306108mixHodgkin, DorothyPapers of Dorothy Crowfoot HodgkinThe papers provide a very full record of Dorothy Hodgkin's career, research and wider professional and public responsibilities. Biographical material includes records of Hodgkin's career, honours and awards, 1928-1990, including documentation of the award of the Nobel Prize, later family and personal correspondence and drafts of an unfinished autobiography. Research material forms by far the largest component in the collection and comprises very extensive documentation of the major topics of insulin, penicillin and vitamin B12 covering a period of sixty years from about 1928 to 1988. Most of the material was found in Hodgkin's box folders whose contents included correspondence, drafts for reports and publications, notebooks, notes and data. J.D. Bernal, with whom Hodgkin worked in Cambridge 1932-1934, and very many of her later collaborators including C.W. Bunn (penicillin) and E.L. Smith (vitamin B12) are represented in the papers by correspondence, drafts, notes and data. Although not extensive there is useful documentation of Hodgkin's Oxford University career including teaching in the 1940s and 1950s, her tenure of the Wolfson Research Professorship of the Royal Society, 1960-1977, the funding and administration of her research and the provision of equipment and supplies including the use of computer facilities at other institutions in the UK and USA and their development at Oxford. There are chronological sequences of material relating to Hodgkin's scientific publications and public lectures and substantial assemblages of material relating to her Royal Society memoirs of J.D. Bernal and Kathleen Lonsdale. There is documentation of Hodgkin's involvement with 16 British and international societies and organizations including Bristol University, the British Association for the Advancement of Science, the Institute of Physics, especially its X-ray Analysis Group established 1943, the International Union of Crystallography and the Royal Society. Her major commitments to Bristol University, where she was Chancellor for nearly twenty years, and to the International Union, which she served as President and whose congresses she attended 1948-1993, are particularly well documented. There is a chronological sequence of material relating to Hodgkin's scientific visits and conferences, 1936-1993, though the great bulk of the material is from the period after the award of the Nobel Prize in 1964. There is evidence for example of her interest in maintaining scientific contacts with the USSR and China during the Cold War and of visa difficulties in respect of visiting the USA during the same period. There is also documentation of the wide range of peace and humanitarian causes with which Hodgkin was involved. Represented are her major commitments to the Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam and Pugwash movement and other organizations and topics including the J.D. Bernal Peace Library, Palestine, Russian dissidents and Scientists Against Nuclear Arms (SANA). There is an extensive scientific correspondence in which many of her distinguished mentors and contemporaries are represented such as J.D. Bernal, W.L. Bragg, J.W. Cornforth, P.P. Ewald, I. Fankuchen, H. Lipson, Kathleen Lonsdale, A.L. Patterson, Linus Pauling, M.F. Perutz, Robert Robinson, R.L.M. Synge and Dorothy Wrinch, and very many of the younger scientists from Britain and overseas who researched in various capacities in her laboratory. The sequence is also noteworthy for the significant number of women scientists who trained in Hodgkin' laboratory. Non-textual material in the collection includes photographs, photographic slides and sound recordings. There are photographs of Hodgkin and scientific colleagues including J.D. Bernal, I. Fankuchen, H.M. Powell and other colleagues from the Oxford laboratory, P.L. Kapitza and F.H.C. Crick, a photograph album recording Pugwash occasions, 1969-1988, photographic slides for Hodgkin's lectures especially on insulin and vitamin B12 and sound recordings including the 1973 Nobel Guest Lecture and her Chancellor's Address to the Bristol University Education Department in 197401ocn083856753mixHodgkin, Dorothyincluding the J.D. Bernal Peace Library, Palestine, Russian dissidents and Scientists Against Nuclear Arms (SANA). There is an extensive scientific correspondence in which many of her distinguished mentors and contemporaries are represented such as J.D. Bernal, W.L. Bragg, J.W. Cornforth, P.P. Ewald, I. Fankuchen, H. Lipson, Kathleen Lonsdale, A.L. Patterson, Linus Pauling, M.F. Perutz, Robert Robinson, R.L.M. Synge and Dorothy Wrinch, and very many of the younger scientists from Britain and overseas who researched in various capacities in her laboratory. The sequence is also noteworthy for the significant number of women scientists who trained in Hodgkin' laboratory. Non-textual material in the collection includes photographs, photographic slides and sound recordings. There are photographs of Hodgkin and scientific colleagues including J.D. Bernal, I. Fankuchen, H.M. Powell and other colleagues from the Oxford laboratory, P.L. Kapitza and F.H.C. Crick, a photograph album recording Pugwash occasions, 1969-1988, photographic slides for Hodgkin's lectures especially on insulin and vitamin B12 and sound recordings including the 1973 Nobel Guest Lecture and her Chancellor's Address to the Bristol University Education Department in 1974+-+1386857596+-+1386857596Fri Mar 21 15:43:38 EDT 2014batch42515