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ADDENDA AND CORRIGEN1)A GEORGE ELBERT KIMBALL NI EMOIR Volume 43 BY I'HILIl' M. MORSE BIBLIOGRAPHY KEY TO ~BBREVIA TIONS I. Chem. Phys. Journal of Chemical Physics J. Colloid Sci. journal of Colloid Science Phys. Rev. Physical Review 1931 With J. R. Bates. The band structure of arsenic monohydride. Nature, 128:969. (L) 1934 Title G. H. Sl~ortley. Numerical solution of eigenvalue p~-ol~lerns in any number of dimensions. Plays. Rev., 45:560. (A) 1935 The electronic structure of diamond. 1937 J. Them. Phys., 3:560. With I. Roberts. The halogenation of ethylenes. Journal of tl~e American Chemical Society, 59:947. ~ Subsequent to the publication of the memoir of George Elbert Kimball in Volume 43 of the National Academy of Sciences' series, additional bibliographical material has come to light. This additional information, prepared by Ian. H. Stockmayer, is shown on the following pages. 431

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432 BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS 1941 With S. Glasstone and A. Glassner. Overvoltage and the structure of the electrical double layer at a hydrogen electrode. l. Chem. Phys., 9:91. 1944 With G. R. Hennig. The kinetics of the electroreduction of ace- tone. [. Chem. Phys., 12:415. 1945 With A. l. De Bethune. Hydrogen overvoltage in concentrated sulfuric and phosphoric acid solutions. [. Chem. Phys., 13:53. 1946 Thermodynamics of relaxation processes. 1948 Phys. Rev., 69:688. (A) With M. Metlay. Ionization processes on tungsten filaments. I. The electron affinity of the oxygen atom. J. Chem. Phys., 16:774. With M. Metlay. Ionization processes on tungsten filaments. II. The adsorption of fluorine on tungsten. [. Chem. Phys., 16:779. With G. E. Cogin. The vapor pressures of some alkali halides. l. Chem. Phys., 16: 1035. 1949 With F. C. Collins. Sci., 4:425. With M. B. Oakley. Diffusion-controlled reaction rates. J. Colloid Punched card calculation of resonance ener- gies. l. Chem. Phys., 17: 706. With F. C. Collins. Diffusion-controlled reactions in liquid solu- tions. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 41:2551. 1 950 With H. Nfarkovitz. The effect of salts on the viscosity of solutions of polyacrylic acid. l. Colloid Sci., 5: 1 15. With E. Blade. The determination of energy levels from thermo- dynamic data. I. The effect of experimental error. I. Chem. Plays., 1 8:626.

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ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA 433 With E. Blade. The determination of energy levels from thermo- dynamic data. II. The heights of potential energy barriers re- stricting intramolecular rotation. I. Chem. Phys., 18:630. 1951 With V. A. Lewinson. Application of a modified quantum-mechani- cal cellular method to the hydrogen molecule. I. Chem. Phys., 19:690. Quantum theory. Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, 2:177. With M. Cutler. Effect of adsorption on measurements of viscosities of very dilute polymer solutions. Journal of Polymer Science, 7:445. With S. Grand and F. C. Collins. Quenching of fluorescence in liquid solution. Phys. Rev., 82:338. The liquid state. In: States of Matter, pp. 353-419, vol. 2 of A Treatise on Physical Chemistry, 3d ea., ed. by H. S. Taylor and S. Glasstone. New York, D. Van Nostrand Co. 1952 With M. Cutler and H. Samelson. Theory of polyelectrolytes. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 56:57. 1953 Philosophy of operations research. Operations Research, 1:145. 1957 With G. F. Neumark. Use of Gaussian wave functions in molecular calculations. l. Chem. Phys., 26:1285. 1958 With i. G. Trulio. Quantum mechanics of the H. complex. I. Chem. Phys., 28:493.

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ADDENDA ANL) CORRIGENDA IRVING WIDA4ER BAILEY MEMOIR Volt~m.e 45 BY }RALPH H. WETMORE Change of wording in last ~paragraph, page 43, from: To Mrs. Howard Mumford {ones and Mrs. Lyle Boyd, authors of History and Work of the Harvard Observatory (McGraw- Hill Book Co., New York, 1971), the author would like to indi- cate how much of the boyhood life of Irving Bailey he obtained from their vivid portrayal of Irving's father's two expeditions to Peru.... to: To Mrs. Howard Mumford {ones and Mrs. Lyle Boyd, authors of The Harvard Co l lege O bservatoryThe First Four Director- ships, 1839-1919 (The Belknap Press of the Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1971>, the author would like to indicate how much of the boyhood life of Irvine, Bailey he obtained from their vivid and discriminating portrayal of Irv- ing's father's two expeditions to Peru.... 435

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHS Photograph of Clarence Henry Graham by R. Shlaer Photograph of William King Gregory from a portrait by Charles Chapman Photograph of Donald Forsha tones from a portrait by Deane Keller Photograph of Arthur Remington Kellogg Smithsonian Institution Photograph of Charles Christian Lauritsen California Institute of Technology Photograph of Walter Curran \lendenhall U.S. Department of the Interior Geological Survey Photograph of Henry Clapp Sherman by Barman Columbia University

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