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Fri Mar 21 17:13:53 2014 UTClccn-n906495310.00Biographical Memoir of Bertram Borden Boltwood, 1870-1927, etc. [With portraits and a bibliography.]0.721.00The action of acid chlorides on the silver salts of the anilides /61627443Bertram_Boltwoodn 906495312750498Boltwood, Bertram Borden 1870-1927lccn-n50024959Rutherford, Ernest1871-1937lccn-n80090088Badash, Lawrencecomedtlccn-n86858592Classen, Alexander1843-1934lccn-no2010024971Deventer, Charles Marius van1860-1931lccn-no2010135375Kovarik, A. F.(Alois Francis)1880-1965np-johnstone, j h lJohnstone, J. H. L.lccn-n50045711Bohr, Niels1885-1962lccn-n50013536Thomson, J. J.(Joseph John)1856-1940lccn-n86867635Wells, Horace L.(Horace Lemuel)1855-1924np-robinson, harold rRobinson, Harold R.Boltwood, Bertram Borden1870-1927Records and correspondenceConference proceedingsRadioactivityPhysicistsElectrochemical analysisChemistry, Physical and theoreticalBoltwood, Bertram Borden,RadiumUraniumBohr, Niels,Nuclear physicsYale UniversityBragg, William Henry,ConnecticutHevesy, Georg von,Thomson, J. J.--(Joseph John),PhysicsChemistsLarmor, Joseph,Soddy, Frederick,RadiochemistrySchuster, Arthur,--Sir,ElectrochemistryHale, George Ellery,Lewis, Gilbert Newton,Fajans, Kasimir,University of ManchesterCockcroft, John,--Sir,ManagementPhysics--Study and teachingMeyer, StefanAnilidesHahn, Otto,Chemistry, Analytic--QuantitativeChadwick, James,Cavendish Laboratory (Cambridge, England)Universities and colleges--FacultyScienceJoly, John,Curie, Marie,Physics--ResearchBoyle, R. W.--(Robert William),Geiger, Hans,Comstock, Daniel F.--(Daniel Frost),Atanasoff, John V.--(John Vincent)Calvert, Jack G.--(Jack George),Cameron, A. G. W.--(Alastair Graham Walter),AtomsDana, Edward Salisbury,Coleman, Robert Griffin,Bowen, Ira Sprague,Allison, Fred,1870192718881895189618981899190019031906190719081910191119201923192819301932196919721992199920086453653539.7208QC16.R8ocn004238564ocn004801250ocn609553715ocn682391860ocn023154002ocn016622337ocn6631110264905ocn000049031book19690.70Rutherford, ErnestRutherford and Boltwood : letters on radioactivityRecords and correspondence596ocn004238564book18880.92Classen, AlexanderQuantitative analysis by electrolysis315ocn004801250book18990.90Deventer, Charles Marius vanPhysical chemistry for beginners+-+K94322899672ocn065372847book19690.29Rutherford, ErnestLetters on radioactivity61ocn041929388book19200.92Johnstone, John Hamilton LaneThe relative activity of radium and the uranium with which it is in radioactive equilibrium21ocn560588484book1932Kovarik, A. FBiographical Memoir of Bertram Borden Boltwood, 1870-1927, etc. [With portraits and a bibliography.]21ocn043419955book18951.00Boltwood, Bertram BordenÜber Doppelsalze des Cäsiumchlorids mit Chromtrichlorid und Uranylchlorid22ocn078914720book19111.00Boltwood, Bertram BordenRadioactivity21ocn005261108book18961.00Wheeler, Henry LordThe action of acid chlorides on the silver salts of the anilides11ocn224196602book19081.00Classen, AlexanderQuantitative chemical analysis by electrolysis; authorized translation, 4th English from the 4th German ed., rev. and enl. by Bertram B. Boltwood11ocn702350011book1.00Boltwood, Bertram Borden[Reprints]11ocn077935939book1910Boltwood, Bertram BordenInternational congress of radiology and electricityConference proceedings11ocn077686854book1923Boltwood, Bertram BordenThe new Sterling Chemistry Laboratory of Yale University11ocn083162509book1911Boltwood, Bertram BordenProduction of helium by radium11ocn041171863book1.00Boltwood, Bertram Borden[Reprints of papers on radioactivity and radioactive substances11ocn702349985book1.00Boltwood, Bertram Borden[Scrapbook of Bertram B. Boltwood, of the class of 1892 of the Sheffield Scientific School]11ocn081747854book1906Boltwood, Bertram BordenNote on the production of radium by actinium11ocn122616283mixRutherford, Ernestto Bertram Borden BoltwoodThese letters are from Rutherford to Bertram Borden Boltwood, the Yale University chemist who worked with Rutherford on his scientific study of radioactivity and the structure of the atom. There is much information concerning professional activities and colleagues11ocn844352097bookRutherford, ErnestRutherford and Boltwood: letters on radioactivity, ed.Records and correspondence11ocn043419705book18951.00Boltwood, Bertram BordenOn the double salts of caesium chloride with chromium trichloride and with uranyl chloride181ocn011825627book19300.92Kovarik, A. FBiographical memoir of Bertram Borden Boltwood, 1870-192732ocn038607126book19280.47Kovarik, A. FBertram Borden BoltwoodBiography11ocn051331110art1999Boltwood, Bertram Borden11ocn702872634book1.00Boltwood, Bertram Borden[Miscellaneous pamphlets.]11ocn173465954mix1972Rutherford, ErnestThis microfilm edition of Rutherford's papers in Cambridge University Library provides an invaluable resource for the study of the progress o f radioactivity, atomic physics, and nuclear physics11ocn080616266mixNiels Bohr LibraryHistory of physics manuscript biography collection A-CBiographyBridges, Leon Brillouin, Herbert P. Broida, Frederick Lyons Brown, James William Broxon, Keith Allan Brueckner, Reid AJ. Bryson, Arthur Maynard Bueche, W.E. Burcham, J.M. Burgers, Robert L. Burman, Walter G. Cady, Jack Calvert A.G.W. Cameron, Lee Wendel Casperson, James MacDonald Cassels, Georgeanne Robertson Caughlan, Britton Chance, Arnold Franklin Clark, Donald Clayton, Clarence Higbee Cleminshaw, Robert Griffin Coleman, Daniel F. Comstock, Edward Uhler Condon, C. Sharp Cook, William David Coolidge, Richard Threlkeld Cox, William Henry Crew, Samuel Curran12ocn702195788mix1.00Yale UniversityRecords of Arthur Twining Hadley as president of Yale UniversityThe records contain the official correspondence of Arthur Twining Hadley during his tenure as president of Yale University. The papers document the rapid change and expansion which occurred at Yale during Hadley's presidency. The incoming correspondence contains letters with members of the Yale faculty and administration; requests for personal appearances and speeches and articles; inquiries from educational administrators; and correspondence with alumni relating to fund-raising and class reunions. The outgoing correspondence, in letterbook form, consists of carbon copies of Hadley's official outgoing correspondence from 1899 to 1921. Also included are subject files relating to ROTC and other military training programs; acceptances and regrets to invitations to Hadley's inauguration; newspaper clippings relating to Hadley's activities; copies of three addresses by Hadley; a notebook kept by one of Hadley's students in Economics 20 (1894-1895); Hadley's office appointment books (1900-1920); and two photograph albums11ocn122530238mixRutherford, ErnestPrimarily letters to Rutherford from his students and colleagues. The correspondence reflects his research achievements and ability to attract and train brilliant students as well as his involvement with the institutional establishment of science. The letters, rich in technical content, particularly for the early years, provide a picture of the scientific community and the state of science during the first four decades of the 20th century. Topics of the collection include radioactivity, atomic and nuclear physics, and his professorships. Principal correspondents include Bertram B. Boltwood, Niels Bohr, William H. Bragg, Robert W. Boyle, James Chadwick, John Cockcroft, Marie Curie, Arthur S. Eve, Kasimir Fajans, Hans Geiger, Otto Hahn, George E. Hale, Georg Hevesy, John Joly, Louis V. King, Joseph Larmor, Gilbert N. Lewis, Ernest Marsden, Stefan Meyer, John N. Pring, Owen W. Richardson, Harold R. Robinson, Arthur Schuster, Frederick Soddy, and Joseph John Thomson11ocn137273605art19000.10Chamberlain, Joshua LawrenceBoltwood, Bertram Borden: Yale Ph.B. 1892, Ph.D. 189711ocn063935111mix1.00Rutherford, ErnestErnest Rutherford correspondencePrimarily letters to Rutherford from his students and colleagues. The correspondence reflects his research achievements and ability to attract and train brilliant students as well as his involvement with the institutional establishment of science. The letters, rich in technical content, particularly for the early years, provide a picture of the scientific community and the state of science during the first four decades of the 20th century. Topics of the collection include radioactivity, atomic and nuclear physics, and his professorships. Principal correspondents include Bertram B. Boltwood, Niels Bohr, William H. Bragg, Robert W. Boyle, James Chadwick, John Cockcroft, Marie Curie, Arthur S. Eve, Kasimir Fajans, Hans Geiger, Otto Hahn, George E. Hale, Georg Hevesy, John Joly, Louis V. King, Joseph Larmor, Gilbert N. Lewis, Ernest Marsden, Stefan Meyer, John N. Pring, Owen W. Richardson, Harold R. Robinson, Arthur Schuster, Frederick Soddy, and Joseph John Thomson11ocn702165632mix1.00Kovarik, A. FAlois Francis Kovarik papersPhysicist, professor at Yale University. Correspondence, writings, lecture notes and glass slides relating to Kovarik's work on radioactive materials11ocn080284747mix1923Boltwood, Bertram BordenAutobiographyOutline of the education and research of Bertram Borden Boltwood and his involvement with various chemical laboratories at Yale University+-+K943228996+-+K943228996Fri Mar 21 15:14:09 EDT 2014batch17270