The
Renaissance
Society

at The University of Chicago
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The Artist Looks at the Scientist's World

April 25 – May 25, 1954

 
 
D. Jerome Fisher, Department of Geology, University of Chicago
Model of crystal structure of the mineral apophyllite
 
David Harker, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn
Model used in crystal structure determination: Patterson plot of ribonuclease II
 
Donald Graf, Illinois Geological Survey
Model of crystal structure of calcium carbonate
 
Lothar Meyer, Institute for the Study of Metals, University of Chicago
Model of atomic layers in graphite crystal
 
Brush Laboratories Company
Crystals of ammonium dihydrogen phosphate grown in the laboratory, with traces of chromium (greenish) and manganese (brownish)
 
Brush Laboratories Company
Large crystal of Rochelle Salt
 
Brush Laboratories Company
Artificial quartz crystals
(A) Single crystal weighing over two lbs
(B) Group of small crystalss including a sperical quartz seed and grain grown from it
 
K. K. Ikeuye and Betty Nielsen, Institute for the Study of Metals
Crystals of aluminum, copper and brass, etched
 
William B. Johnson, Atomic Power Division, Westinghouse Electric Corporation
Crystals of zirconium grown by the iodide process
 
E. R. Parker and co-workers, Department of Metallurgy, Universit of California
Crystal of zinc grown in spherical molds, etched
 

   
   
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