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Hoffmann, Roald


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Alfred Bader Papers

Identifier: 2016-041

Business records, correspondence, personal files, notebooks, printed materials, audio-visual materials, and photographic materials of Austrian Canadian research chemist, entrepreneur, art historian, and art collector Alfred Bader.

Dates: 1938-2016; Majority of material found within Bulk 1955-2006

Benfey autographed letter collection

Identifier: 88-13
Scope and content

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This is a collection of 21 letters, signed by eminent chemists of the modern era. All are typed and all but one is in English. Signers include Linus Pauling, Peter Debye, Road Hoffmann and Robert Woodward.

Dates: 1947-1984

Eugene Garfield Papers

Identifier: 2009-036

Professional files, personal files, papers and presentations, journal articles, publications, audio-visual materials, electronic storage materials, and photographic materials of American information scientist and Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) founder Eugene Garfield.

Dates: 1944-2011

Roald Hoffmann and Carl Djerassi Signed Play and Articles Collection

Identifier: 2019-023

A signed copy of the play “Oxygen” by Polish-American theoretical chemist Roald Hoffman and Bulgarian-American pharmaceutical chemist Carl Djerassi with related articles and correspondence as collected and maintained by Philip Rakita.

Dates: 2001-2019

Roald Hoffmann Nobel Prize in Chemistry Autographed Lecture

Identifier: 2023-532

An autographed copy of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry Lecture written and delivered by Polish-American theoretical organic chemist Roald Hoffmann with an attached letter of correspondence from the Cornell University Department of Chemistry.

Dates: 1981

Robert B. Woodward reprint collection

Identifier: 2012-101

This is a small collection of 19 reprints by Robert Burns Woodward and various colleagues. A key piece of the collection is the set of three communications co-authored with Roald Hoffmann that came to be known as the Woodward-Hoffmann Rules and resulted in a Nobel Prize for the Roald Hoffmann.

Dates: 1959-1979; Majority of material found within 1962-1965