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Julian H. Gibbs (AC 1947) Papers, 1954-1985 and n.d.
3 records cartons, 1 archives box (3.5 linear ft.)

Abstract:
Mainly papers, abstracts, articles and lecture notes on topics in physical chemistry, and correspondence between Gibbs and his colleagues.

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Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Julian H. Gibbs Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items are restricted for preservation purposes.

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Amherst, MA

Biographical Note

Julian Howard Gibbs (AC 1947), chemist, was born in Greenfield, Massachusetts on June 24 1924. He graduated from Amherst in 1947, and received his Master's degree and Ph.D. from Princeton in 1949 and 1950 respectively. He taught at the University of Minnesota in 1951-52; worked at General Electric (1952-1955) and the American Viscose Corporation (1955-1960); and taught chemistry at Brown from 1960 until his appointment as Amherst president in 1979. From 1964 to 1972, he was the head of Brown's chemistry department. Gibbs's term as Amherst president was cut short by his sudden death on February 20, 1983, while skiing near Springfield, Massachusetts. Gibbs published several articles on chemistry during his life, and was actively involved in chemical research during his presidency. He was a member of the American Chemical Society and the American Physical Society (which awarded him the High Polymer Prize in 1967 for his research); and a fellow of the American Institute of Chemists. He was awarded honorary degrees by Amherst (1971) and Brown (1981). Gibbs married Cora Lee Gethman in 1946. They had four children, James, Judith, Jeffrey and Jonathan.

Scope and Contents of the Collection
The collection consists mainly of papers, abstracts, articles and lecture notes on topics in physical chemistry, and correspondence between Gibbs and his colleagues. There is a small amount of material related to his Amherst College presidency.

Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Julian H. Gibbs Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items are restricted for preservation purposes.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Julian H. Gibbs Papers should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

[Identification of item], in Julian H. Gibbs Papers [Box #, Folder #], Amherst College Archives and Special Collections, Amherst College Library.

History of the Collection

Processing Information

Processed: 1999 October-December
By: Thomas Stratford, Archives Assistant, and Barbara Trippel Simmons, Processing Archivist
Finding Aid: 2000 February
Prepared by: Barbara Trippel Simmons, Processing Archivist
Reprocessed in 2011-2012 by Joseph Taff (AC 2013).
Finding aid revised 2012 by Nicole Sanches (AC 2013).


Additional Information
Contact Information
Amherst College Archives and Special Collections
Robert Frost Library
PO Box 5000
Amherst, MA 01002-5000

Phone: (413) 542-2299
Fax: (413) 542-2692

Email Reference Form: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives/askus
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Language
English

Contents List
Series 1: Speeches



Inaugural Address
1979

Box 1: folder 1
Speeches
1979

Box 1: folder 2
Speeches
1980

Box 1: folder 3
Speeches
1981

Box 1: folder 4
Speeches
1982

Box 1: folder 5
Conversation at Alumni Fund Workshop
1983 Feb 18

Box 1: folder 6
Series 2: Papers by Julian H. Gibbs



"Absence of Hydrogen Bonding in an Alcohol-Fluorohydrocarbon System," by R. S. McDonald, Julian H. Gibbs, and J. R. Ladd
1955

Box 1: folder 7
"An Adaptation of the Lattice-Gas to the Water Problem," by Paul D. Fleming III and Julian H. Gibbs
1974

Box 1: folder 8
"An Adaptation of the Lattice-Gas to the Water Problem. II. Second-Order Approximation," by Paul D. Fleming III and Julian H. Gibbs
1974

Box 1: folder 9
"Agreement between the Gelation and Molecular Dynamics Models of the Hydrogen-Bond Network in Water, by Biman Bagchi, Edward Donoghue, and Julian H. Gibbs
1982

Box 1: folder 10
"The Amorphous State and Glass Transitions," Section E1 of Unsolved Problems on Polymer Science
1962

Box 1: folder 11
"Application of Stochastic Theory to Dilute Gas Reactions," by Paul D. Fleming III, and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1976

Box 1: folder 12
"Bimodality and Long-Range Order in Ideal Bose Systems," by Udayan Mohanty, Biman Bagchi, and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1982

Box 1: folder 13
"Bimodality of Cluster-Size Distribution and Condensation in a Finite Lennard-Jones System," by Julian H. Gibbs, Biman Bagchi, and Udayan Mohanty (1 of 3)
1981

Box 1: folder 14
"Bimodality of Cluster-Size Distribution and Condensation in a Finite Lennard-Jones System," by Julian H. Gibbs, Biman Bagchi, and Udayan Mohanty (2 of 3)
1981

Box 1: folder 15
"Bimodality of Cluster-Size Distribution and Condensation in a Finite Lennard-Jones System," by Julian H. Gibbs, Biman Bagchi, and Udayan Mohanty (3 of 3)
1981

Box 1: folder 16
"Bond Angle, Dipole Moment, and Base Strength," by Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1954 Aug

Box 1: folder 17
"Chain Stiffness and the Lattice Theory of Polymer Phases," by Edmund A. DiMarzio and Julian H. Gibbs
1958

Box 1: folder 18
"A Comment on Comparisons of T2 (calorimetric) and T0 (vogel)," by Julian H. Gibbs and R. V. Ditzian
n.d.

Box 1: folder 19
"Comparison of Helix Stabilities of Poly-L-Lysine, Poly-L-Ornithine, and Poly (L-Diaminobutyric Acid)," by Martin L. Grourke and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1971

Box 1: folder 20
"The Composition Dependence of Glass Transition Properties," by J. M. Gordon, G. B. Rouse, Julian H. Gibbs, and W. M. Risen, reprint and drafts
1976

Box 1: folder 21
"Concerning the Kinetics of Polypeptide Synthesis on Ribosomes," by Carolyn T. MacDonald and Julian H. Gibbs
1969

Box 1: folder 22
"Condensation and Gelation: Clarification of Stockmayer's Analogy," by Claude Cohen, Julian H. Gibbs, and Paul D. Fleming III
1973

Box 1: folder 23
"Condensation Theory for Finite, Closed Systems," by Julian H. Gibbs and Edward Donoghue (1 of 3)
1977-1981

Box 1: folder 24
"Condensation Theory for Finite, Closed Systems," by Julian H. Gibbs and Edward Donoghue (2 of 3)
1977-1981

Box 1: folder 25
"Condensation Theory for Finite, Closed Systems," by Julian H. Gibbs and Edward Donoghue (3 of 3)
1977-1981

Box 1: folder 26
"Dilute Gelling Systems II. Polyesters," by F. P. Price, Julian H. Gibbs, and B. H. Zimm, reprint
1958

Box 1: folder 27
"Dipole Moment, Induction and Structure in Four Fluorine-Substituted Molecules," by Julian H. Gibbs and Charles P. Smyth
1951

Box 1: folder 28
"The Effects of Pressure on the Equilibrium Properties of Glass Forming Polymers," by Edmund A. DiMarzio, Julian H. Gibbs, and Paul D. Fleming III, reprint
1976 Sep-Oct

Box 1: folder 29
"Electric Polarization of Charged Particles in Square Potential Wells," by Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1954 Apr 15

Box 1: folder 30
"Electric Polarization of Solutions of Rodlike Polyelectrolytes," by John P. McTague and Julian H. Gibbs
1966

Box 1: folder 31
"Elementary Derivation of the Boltzmann Distribution Law," by Julian H. Gibbs
1971

Box 1: folder 32
"Enzyme Reaction Rates and the Stochastic Theory of Kinetics," by Alan M. Dunker, Joan E. Lusk, and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint and papers
1979

Box 1: folder 33
"Fluorescence as a Conformational Probe of Beef Liver Phenylalanine Transfer RNA," by Thomas P. Zimmerman, Bonnie Robison, and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1970

Box 1: folder 34
"Gas Condensation in the Tree Approximation," By Julian H. Gibbs, Biman Bagchi, and Udayan Mohanty (correspondence re: publication)
1980-1981

Box 1: folder 35
"Glass Temperature of Copolymers," by Edmund A. DiMarzio and Julian H. Gibbs
1959

Box 1: folder 36
"Grand Canonical Ensemble for an Approximated Lennard-Jones Potential"
n.d.

Box 1: folder 37
"The Hard Sphere 'Glass Transition'," by J. M. Gordan, Julian H. Gibbs, and Paul D. Fleming III, reprint and papers
1976 Oct 1

Box 1: folder 38
"Hybridization and Dipole Moment," by Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1955

Box 1: folder 39
"Hydrodynamics of Amorphous Solids with Application to the Light-Scattering Spectrum," by Paul D. Fleming III and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1976 Jan 15

Box 1: folder 40
"Influence of Temperature and Ionic Strength on the Low - Frequency Dieletric Dispersion of DNA Solutions," by Ming Sung Tung, Robert J. Molinari, Robert H. Cole, and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1977

Box 1: folder 41
"Kinetics of Biopolymerization on Nucleic Acid Templates," by Carolyn T. MacDonald, Julian H. Gibbs, and Allen C. Pipkin
1968

Box 2: folder 1
"Kinetics of Biopolymerization on Nucleic Acid Templates," by Julian H. Gibbs. Offprint from Stochastic Processes in Chemical Physics.
1969

Box 2: folder 2
"Kinetics of Synthesis and/or Conformational Changes of Biological Macromolecules," by Allen C. Pipkin and Julian H. Gibbs
1966

Box 2: folder 3
"Mean Chain Length Distributions in Finite Polycondensing Systems," by Edward Donoghue and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1978

Box 2: folder 4
"Mean Molecular Size Distributions and the Sol-Gel Transition in Finite, Polycondensing Systems," by Edward Donoghue and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1979 Mar 1

Box 2: folder 5
"Molecular Interpretation of Glass Temperature Depression b Plasticizers," by Edmund A. DiMarzio and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1963

Box 2: folder 6
"Molecular Theory of Surface Tension," by Arthur J. Yang, Paul D. Fleming III, and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint and paper
1976 May 1

Box 2: folder 7
"A Molecular Theory of Interfacial Phenomena in Multi-Component Systems," by Julian H. Gibbs, Paul D. Fleming III, and Arthur J. Yang, reprint
1976 Jul 1

Box 2: folder 8
"Molecular Weight Dependence of the Low-Frequency Dielectric Properties of Aqueous Solutions of Gel-Fractionated DNA," by Robert J. Molinari, Robert H. Cole, and Julian H. Gibbs (1 of 2)
1981

Box 2: folder 9
"Molecular Weight Dependence of the Low-Frequency Dielectric Properties of Aqueous Solutions of Gel-Fractionated DNA," by Robert J. Molinari, Robert H. Cole, and Julian H. Gibbs (2 of 2)
1981

Box 2: folder 10
"Nature of the Glass Transition and the Glassy State," by Julian H. Gibbs and Edmund A. DiMarzio
1958

Box 2: folder 11
"Nature of the Glass Transition and the Vitreous State, by Julian H. Gibbs. (Chapter in Modern Aspects of the Vitreous State, ed. J. D. MacKenzie)
1960

Box 2: folder 12
"Nature of the Glass Transition in Polymers," by Julian H. Gibbs
1956

Box 2: folder 13
"Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of Synthetic Polynucleotides and Transfer RNA," by John P. McTague, Virginia Ross, and Julian H. Gibbs
1964

Box 2: folder 14
"On the Interpretation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Biological Membranes," by Stanley Kaufman, Joseph M. Stein, and Julian H. Gibbs
n.d.

Box 2: folder 15
"On the Nature of Liquid Water," by Julian H. Gibbs, photocopies of article
n.d.

Box 2: folder 16
"On the Temperature Dependence of Cooperative Relaxation Properties in Glass-Forming Liquids," by Gerold Adam and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint, paper, and work
1965 Jul 1

Box 2: folder 17
"Physical Chemistry of Macromolecules" (book review), by Julian H. Gibbs
1962

Box 2: folder 18
"Proton Magnetic Resonance Studies of Nucleotides and Synthetic 'Nucleoprotein'," by Virginia Ross and Julian H. Gibbs
n.d.

Box 2: folder 19
"Relationship of the Virial Series to Vapor Condensation and the Liquid State," by Arthur J. Yang, Igor Pavlin, and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint and paper
1983 Jun 1

Box 2: folder 20
"Sol->Gel Transition with Rings in a Finite Polycondensing System," by Biman Bagchi and Julian H. Gibbs
1982 Feb 17

Box 2: folder 21
"Statistical Mechanics of Biological Macromolecules," by Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1964

Box 2: folder 22
"Statistical Mechanics of Helix-Coil Transitions in Biological Macromolecules," by Julian H. Gibbs and Edmund A. DiMarzio
1959

Box 2: folder 23
"Statistical Thermodynamic Theory for Helix-Coil Transitions Involving Poly- and Oligonucleotides. II. The Case of Partial Binding," by William S. Magee, Jr., Julian H. Gibbs, and Gordon F. Newell
1965

Box 2: folder 24
"Stochastic Theory for Rate Constants of Chemical Reactions in Liquid Solution," by Paul D. Fleming III and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint
1975

Box 2: folder 25
"Study of Biological Activity Regenerated by the Oxidation of Fully Reduced Insulin," by Kenneth M. Pruitt, Bonnie S. Robison, and Julian H. Gibbs
1966

Box 2: folder 26
"Sufficient Conditions for the Arrhenius Rate Law," by Julian H. Gibbs
1972

Box 2: folder 27
"Theoretical Considerations of Biosynthesis and Regulation," by Jack Maniloff and Julian H. Gibbs, paper and work
n.d.

Box 2: folder 28
"Theory for the Influence of Gravity on Liquid-Vapor Interfaces," by Arthur J.M. Yang, Paul D. Fleming III, and Julian H. Gibbs, reprint and paper
1977 Jul 1

Box 2: folder 29
"Theory of Helix-Coil Transitions in Polypeptides," by Julian H. Gibbs and Edmund A. DiMarzio, reprint
1958 Jun

Box 2: folder 30
"Theory of Helix-Coil Transitions Involving Complementary Poly- and Oligonucleotides. I. The Complete Binding Case," by William S. Magee, Jr., Julian H. Gibbs, and Bruno H. Zimm
1963

Box 2: folder 31
"Toward a Model for Liquid Water," by Julian H. Gibbs, Claude Cohen, Paul D. Fleming III, and Harold Porosoff
1973

Box 2: folder 32
"Transition from Random Coil to ?-Helix Induced by Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate," by Julian H. Gibbs and Martin J. Grourke
1966

Box 2: folder 33
"Vapor, Condensation, and the Liquid State," by A. J. Yang, Igor Pavlin, and Julian H. Gibbs
1983

Box 2: folder 34
"Vapor, Condensation, and the Liquid State," by A. J. Yang, Igor Pavlin, and Julian H. Gibbs - correspondence re: publication
1983-1984

Box 2: folder 35
Miscellaneous writings - Julian H. Gibbs
n.d.

Box 2: folder 36
Series 3: Papers by Others



Angell, C. A. "Density Maxima in High Pressure Supercooled Water, and a Relationship between Water and Liquid SiO2"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 37
Angell C. A. "Glass Transition with Negative Change in Expansion Coefficient"
1973

Box 2: folder 38
Angell, C. A., E. Williams, K. J. Rao, and J. C. Tucker. "Heat Capacity and Glass Transition Thermodynamics for ZnCl2: a Failure of the First Davies Jones Relation for dTg/dP"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 39
Angell, C. A., and E. Williams. "Pressure Dependence of the Glass Transition Temperature in Ionic Liquids and Solutions: Evidence against Free Volume Theories"
1974

Box 2: folder 40
Angell, C. A., E. D. Finch, and L. A. Woolf. "Spin-Echo Diffusion Coefficients of Water to 2380 bar and -20º C"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 41
Angell, C. A., and W. Sichina. "Thermodynamics of the Glass Transition; Empirical Aspects"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 42
Bagchi, Biman, and Udayan Mohanty. "Bose-Einstein Condensation in Finite Systems,"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 43
Bagchi, Biman, and David W. Oxtoby. "The Effect of Frequency Dependent Friction on Isomerization Dynamics in Solution"; Bagchi, Biman, and Y. Oono. "Crossover Between Gaussian and Self-Avoiding Limits Via Finite Order Self-Avoiding Walk: Conformation Space Renormalization for Polymers VII,"; work on 2D and isolated rings and Mayer's theory for Van de Waals' fluid
n.d.

Box 2: folder 44
Bagchi, Biman, and David W. Oxtoby. "Interference Effects on Relaxation in Three-Level Systems"
1981

Box 2: folder 45
Bagchi, Biman, Graham R. Fleming, and David W. Oxtoby. "Theory of Electronic Relaxation in Solution in the Absence of an Activation Barrier"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 46
Bagchi, Biman, and David W. Oxtoby. "Theory of Non-Markovian Exciton Transport in a One Dimensional Lattice"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 47
Barker, J. A., M. R. Hoare, and J. L. Finney. "Relaxation of the Bernal Model"
1975

Box 2: folder 48
Chang, S. S., and A. B. Bestul. "Heat Capacity and Thermodynamic Properties of o-Terphenyl Crystal, Glass, and Liquid"
1972

Box 2: folder 49
Comfort, Alex. "Experimental Gerontology and the Control of Aging"
1970

Box 2: folder 50
Donoghue, Edward. "Analytic Solutions of Gelation Theory for Finite, Closed Systems"
1982

Box 2: folder 51
Donoghue, Edward. "Formula for the Weight Average Molecular Weight in Flory's Theory of f-functional Polycondensation above the Gel Point"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 52
Falk, Michael, and Ruth E. Thomas. "Molecular Size Distribution in Random Polyfunctional Condensation with and without Ring Formation: Computer Simulation"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 53
Flory, Paul, and John Rohner, Jr. "Statistical Mechanics of Cross-Linked Polymer Networks"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 54
Goldstein, Martin. "Validity of the Ehrenfest Equation for a System with More than One Ordering Parameter: Critique of a Paper by DiMarzio"
1975

Box 2: folder 55
Goldstein, Martin. "Viscous Liquids and the Glass Transition. V. Sources of the Excess Specific Heat of the Liquid"
1975

Box 2: folder 56
Heckmann, K. "Single File Diffusion"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 57
Hoare, Michael. "Stability and Local Order in Simple Amorphous Packings"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 58
James, Hubert M., and Eugene Guth. "Theory of the Elastic Properties of Rubber"
1943

Box 2: folder 59
Jonas, J., T. DeFries, and D. J. Wilbur. "Molecular Motions in Compressed Liquid Water"
1976

Box 2: folder 60
Kell, George S. "Completely Hydrogen-Bonded Interpenetrating Networks in Low-Temperature Water: Their Geometrical Possibility and Stability"
1974

Box 2: folder 61
Lesikar, Arnold V. "The Significance of the Composition Dependence of the Glass Transition"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 62
Lieb, W. R., and W. D. Stein. "Testing and Characterizing the Simple Pore"; "Testing and Characterizing the Simple Carrier"; "Quantitative Predictions of a Non-Carrier Model for Glucose Transport across the Human Red Cell Membrane"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 63
Mohanty, Udayan, E. Berkcan, and L. N. Cooper. "The Bethe Ansatz, Periodic Boundary Conditions and Relations between Various Models"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 64
Mohanty, Udayan, and Stuart A. Rice. "A Generalization of the Ewald-Oseen Extinction Theorem: Relation to Surface Polarization"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 65
Mohanty, Udayan, Katja Lindenberg, and V. Seshadri. "Hamiltonian Model for the Brownian Motion of a Rigid Motor"
n.d.

Box 2: folder 66
Mohanty, Udayan, Katja Lindenberg, and V. Seshadri. "On the Brownian Motion of a Rigid Motor." With letter to Julian H. Gibbs
1982

Box 2: folder 67
Mohanty, Udayan, K. E. Shuyler, and I. Oppenheim. "On the Exact and Phenomenological Langerin Equations for a Harmonic Oscillator in a Fluid"
1981

Box 3: folder 1
Mohanty, Udayan, "Properties of Mayer Cluster Expansion." Correspondence, copy of paper, and reprint
1982

Box 3: folder 2
Mohanty, Udayan, miscellaneous work
n.d.

Box 3: folder 3
Mohanty, Udayan, work on vapor condensation
n.d.

Box 3: folder 4
Rahman, A., M. J. Mandell, and J. P. McTague. "Molecular Dynamics Study of an Amorphous Lennard-Jones System at Low Temerature"
1976

Box 3: folder 5
Rehage, G., and G. Goldbach. "Die isotherm-isobare Volumennachwirkung bei Hochpolymeren nach Temperatur- und Druckänderungen"
1966

Box 3: folder 6
Rehage, G. "Neuere Ergebnisse über die glasige Erstarrung von Hochpolymeren"
1970

Box 3: folder 7
Robison, Bonnie, and Thomas P. Zimmerman. "Cation Dependence of the Transfer Reaction Catalyzed by Phenylalanyl Transfer Ribonucleic Acid Synthetase from Bakers' Yeast"
1971

Box 3: folder 8
Robison, Bonnie, and Thomas P. Zimmerman. "A Modified Procedure for Large-Scale Preparation of Beef Liver tRNA"
1970

Box 3: folder 9
Wetten, Raymond E., and Harry G. Moneypenny. "Fundamental Properties of Densified Polymeric Glasses"
1975

Box 3: folder 10
White, Howard, and William P. Jencks. "Mechanism and Specificity of Succinyl-CoA:3-Ketoacid Coenzyme A Transferase"
1976

Box 3: folder 11
Woodcock, Leslie V. "Glass Transition in the Hard-Sphere Model"
1976

Box 3: folder 12
Woodcock, Leslie V. "Hard-Sphere Fluid Equation of State"
1975

Box 3: folder 13
Series 4: Awards, Grants, Applications and Miscellaneous



Abstract of Paper by Julian H. Gibbs and Arthur J. Yang
n.d.

Box 3: folder 14
American Physical Society, Submission of Abstracts' Instructions
n.d.

Box 3: folder 15
Bagchi, Biman, Correspondence
1981-1983

Box 3: folder 16
Bagchi, Biman, Manuscript on 'Random Gel' model of water
Sept. 1981

Box 3: folder 17
Bagchi, Biman, work on gel ring formation related to "Ring Formation and Molecular Weight Distributions in Branched-Chain Polymers," by Frank E. Harris, reprint
[1954]

Box 3: folder 18
Black notebook, work on probability
n.d.

Box 3: folder 19
Cell Mortality- Articles About
1977-1978

Box 3: folder 20
Peter Debye Award (1 of 3)
1975

Box 3: folder 21
Peter Debye Award (2 of 3)
1975

Box 3: folder 22
Peter Debye Award (3 of 3)
1975

Box 3: folder 23
"The Hard Sphere Glass Transition," lecture transparencies
n.d.

Box 3: folder 24
Henry Frank Symposium, "Toward a Model for Liquid Water," manuscript, proof, and correspondence
[1972]

Box 3: folder 25
Magee, William S., Jr., chemistry term paper
1960 Spring

Box 3: folder 26
Mayer, Joseph, correspondence
n.d., 1980

Box 3: folder 27
"Mean Chain Length Distributions In Finite Polycondensing Systems," by Edward Donoghue and Julian H. Gibbs, printers proof
[1978]

Box 5: folder 11
Mohanty, Udayan, correspondence with Julian H. Gibbs
1982-1984

Box 3: folder 28
National Bureau of Standards
1956-1978

Box 3: folder 29
NIH Research Grant
1962-1975

Box 3: folder 30
NIH Applications
1972-1976

Box 3: folder 31
NIH
1976-1977

Box 3: folder 32
NIH
Sept. 1978

Box 3: folder 33
NIH Grant, 5 R01 GM 27951-02-04, "Statistical Mechanics of Biological Macromolecules"
1980-1982

Box 3: folder 34
NIH Grant, 5 R01 GM 27951-02-04, "Statistical Mechanics of Biological Macromolecules"
1980-1983

Box 3: folder 35
NIH Grant, 5 R01 GM 27951-02-04, "Statistical Mechanics of Biological Macromolecules"
1981-1985

Box 3: folder 36
NIH Grant, 5 R01 GM 27951-02-04, "Statistical Mechanics of Biological Macromolecules"
1979-1981

Box 3: folder 37
NIH Grant, 5 R01 GM 27951-02-04, "Statistical Mechanics of Biological Macromolecules"
1979-1980

Box 3: folder 38
NIH Grant, GM 10906, "Statistical Mechanics of Biological Macromolecules"
1979

Box 3: folder 39
NIH Heart-Lung Biomaterials Panel Meeting
Feb. 1977

Box 3: folder 40
NIH Renewal Application
1978

Box 3: folder 41
National Research Council
1966-1977

Box 4: folder 1
National Science Foundation Applications (1 of 2)
1963-1977

Box 4: folder 2
National Science Foundation Applications (2 of 2)
1951-1977

Box 4: folder 3
New England Association of Schools and Colleges
1978

Box 4: folder 4
NATO Fellowship
1975

Box 4: folder 5
North-Holland Publishing Company
1970-1973

Box 4: folder 6
O-Miscellaneous
n.d.

Box 4: folder 7
Kathlyn Parker
1976-1977

Box 4: folder 8
Correspondence re: Patent
1954

Box 4: folder 9
Pavlin, Igor, work on vapor condensation and the liquid state
1982

Box 4: folder 10
Petroleum Research
1978

Box 4: folder 11
Phi Beta Kappa- RI Alpha-Arrangements Committee
1971-1972

Box 4: folder 12
Physics and Chemistry of the Organic Solid State
1960-1961

Box 4: folder 13
Charts for Poly Peptide Paper
n.d.

Box 4: folder 14
PAG
1978

Box 4: folder 15
Polarimeters
1960-1963

Box 4: folder 16
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn (Correspondence)
1956-1978

Box 5: folder 1
Porosoff, Harold- Reference Letter on Behalf of
1972

Box 5: folder 2
Pre-Medical Evaluation Letters
n.d.

Box 5: folder 3
"Presentation to the Trustees of Julian Gibbs' Research," by R.H. Cole, Arthur J. Yang, Edward Donoghue and Igor Pavlin
1983 Feb 25

Box 5: folder 4
P-miscellaneous
n.d.

Box 5: folder 5
Recognition: Who's Who in America final request, n.d.; National Register of Prominent Americans and International Notables certification, n.d.; Numerical Analysis (General Electric Course) certification, May 1954
n.d., 1954

Box 5: folder 6
Reprint requests
1983-1985

Box 5: folder 7
Sigma Xi Lecture, notes and transparencies
1979 Nov 9

Box 5: folder 8
Yang, A.J. "Quasi Chemical Approach to H2O Lattice-Gas"
n.d.

Box 5: folder 9
Work- miscellaneous
n.d.

Box 5: folder 10

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