Walter J. Kauzmann, Frick Chemical Lab at Princeton University, an interview by Robert Miller
No.121 Walter J. Kauzmann, interview by Robert Miller
Kauzmann, Walter J.
Miller, Robert L.; Cooley, Everett L.; University of Utah. American West Center
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Kauzmann, Walter J.--Interviews; Chemists--Biography; Eyring, Henry, 1901-1981
Transcript (156 pages) of interview(s) by Robert Miller with Walter J. Kauzmann, professor emeritus of chemistry at Princeton University, on June 4, 1985. This interview is no. 121 in the Everett L. Cooley Oral History Project, and tape nos. U-311, U-312, U-313, and U-314
Kauzmann (b. 1915) discusses his early life and schooling, his career at Princeton, some of the leading theoretical chemists of the 1930s, and an evaluation of the contributions of Henry Eyring to the field of chemistry. Interviewer: Robert Miller