Ludwig F. Audrieth Papers, 1927-34, 1941-48, 1954, 1956-63, 1965, 1966 | University of Illinois Archives
General Studies, Division of
Germany - Business and Industry
Germany - Science and Technology
National Science Foundation (NSF)
State, United States Department of
World War II - Scientific Research and Development
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Papers of Ludwig Frederick Audrieth (1901-67), professor of chemistry (1935-59) and scientific advisor and attache at Bonn (1959-63), including correspondence, clippings and programs relating to his work at Bonn; a report on the status of inorganic chemistry at German universities prepared for the National Science Foundation (1963) and supporting correspondence with German directors of inorganic chemistry institutes, including R. Appel, M. Becke, G. Brauer, Werner Fischer, F. Feher, G. Fritz, Oskar Glemser, J. Goubeau, V. Gutmann, H. Hartmann, Hayek, Walter Hieber, R. Juza, Karl Jahr, W. Klemm, H. W. Kohlschutter, R. Nast, Bertold Reuter, W. Rudorff, Max Schmidt, F. Seel, H. Siebert, F. Strassman, Ulrich Wannagat and E. Wiberg (1962-63); reprints of articles on non-aqueous solvents, nitrogen chemistry and inorganic compounds (1930-34) and correspondence and related material concerning Paul Walden (1927-57), the discovery of sucaryl (1936, 1950, 1966); military service at Picatinny Arsenal (1942-45) and University policies and practices.
The series includes lecture materials and reading supplements for D.G.S. 334, The Impact of Science and Technology on National and International Affairs (1966) and Science, Technology and Foreign Affairs, Report on Seminar, Audrieth and Chinn, Department of State, 1965.