In 1945, Coulson became a lecturer in physical chemistry, attached to University . The valence theory P.
In 1945, Coulson became a lecturer in physical chemistry, attached to University College and, concurrently, held a Fellowship awarded by Imperial Chemical Industries. In 1947, Coulson accepted a university chair in theoretical physics at King's College, London. students included Simon J. Altmann, Michael P Barnett, Aagje Bozeman, Peter J. Davies, Harry H. Greenwood, Peter Higgs, Julianne Jacobs, Roland Lefebvre, George Lester, John Maddox, Norman H. March, and Robert Taylor. Statistical mechanics was pursued by Geoffrey V. Chester, John Enderby, Alec Gaines and Alan B. Lidiard.
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April 16, 2010 History. Coulson, C. A. Theoretical chemistry, past and future Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Theoretical chemistry, past and future from your list? Theoretical chemistry, past and future. an inaugural lecture delivered before the University of Oxford on 13 February 1973. by Coulson, C. Published 1974 by Clarendon Press in Oxford.
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Charles Coulson, "Theoretical Chemistry Past and Future," Inaugural Lecture, University of Oxford,. Charles Coulson, "What Is a Chemical Bond " lecture at Basler Chemische Gesellschaft, April 26, 1951, 25-page typescript, 36, Coulson Papers, Bo. xford. Some years later, Charles A. Coulson argued that the splendid and elegant elucidation of so large a part of chemistry by quantum mechanics forbade chemists to be happy with an electronic theory of valence couched in pre-quantum mechanical terms. In 1952, he was careful to stress in his book Valence that quantum chemistry should be understandable by a chemist with no mathematical training.
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