Therald Moeller Papers, 1937-69 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 15/5/32
Acquired: 5/27/1969; 7/2/69
Volume: 2.0 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of Therald Moeller, professor of Chemistry (1943-69), including biographical sketch; list of publications, symposia proceedings on rare earth ions; instructional films for which he was an educational collaborator (1947-49); textbooks on inorganic chemistry (1952), qualitative analysis (1958) and general chemistry (1965); a laboratory manual (1965); a book on the chemistry of Lanthanides (1963) with its translations into Italian and Spanish; abstracts of theses done under Moeller (1944-53); reprints of articles (1937-68) concerning his work on rare earths (especially gallium, indium, thallium and thorium), radio tracer techniques, chelate chemistry, sulfamide properties, inorganic polymers, physical methods in inorganic chemistry and spectrophotometry; Montana State chemistry institute syllabi (1963-64) and Air Force contract research reports (1948-69) concerning rare earths, compounds of bromine, chlorine and fluorine polymers and sulfur-nitrogen compounds; correspondence concerning lectures and visits with Institute for Continuing Education in Engineering and Applied Science (167), College of St. Theresa (1966), University of Missouri at Rolla (167), University of San Paulo, Western Michigan University; lecture notes for Chemistry 101 (1967-68); thorium analysis notes; list of theses in University of Illinois Library dealing with rare earths (1911-51). The series also includes a bound volume of his articles (1938-69).