Richard F. Heck papers

Summary

Creator: Heck, Richard F.
Date(s): 1931-2012
Call Number: MSS 0882
Language: Materials primarily in English, with several items related to the Nobel Prize in Swedish.
Abstract: Richard F. Heck (1931-2015), namesake of the Heck Reaction, was an American chemist awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work with palladium to catalyze organic chemical reactions. The Richard F. Heck papers, 1931-2012, comprise personal documents, photographs, professional honors and citations, publications, and material related to his 2010 Nobel Prize, including his Nobel diploma and a doctoral hat from Uppsala University (2011).
Physical Description:
  • 2 linear feet (4 boxes)
  • 2 oversize boxes (2 oversize boxes (18 inch)s)
  • 5 DVDs
Immediate Source of Acquisition: Purchase, 2017
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