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"Monthly Report, NDRC Project B-228, University of California, Los Angeles, October 15 - November 15, 1942"
Subject Terms:
2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazone; 5-alkylresorcinols; 6-alkyresorcylaldehydes; 9,10-diarylanthracene; B-7-B; Bistrimethylene Triamine; Chelate; Deterioration Process; Ethyl 3,5-dimethoxybenzoate; Heterocyclic Molecule; Metal Chelates; National Defense Research Com.; Ortho Hydroxyl; Project B-228; Pyridine Method; Reimer-Tiemann Reaction; Rumford Chemical Co.; Salcomine; Salicylaldehydes; Sample A-2593; Sample A-2594; Sample A-2595; Sample A-2607; Sample G-1; Sample X-1; Transannular Peroxides; Triamines; Tribenzoate; University of CA at Los Angele
Document Location:
DOE/NV Nuclear Testing Archive, P.O. Box 98521, City: Las Vegas, State: NV, Zip: 89193-8521, Phone:(702)295-0712, Fax:(702)295-1808,; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Archives and Records Office, 1 Cyclotron Road, Mailstop 69-104, City: Berkeley, State: CA, Zip: 94720, Phone:(510)486-5525, Fax:(510)486-7200,
Document Categories:
Science and Technology\Chemistry
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Publication Date:
1942 Nov 15
Declassification Date:
1996 Apr 01
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Document Number(s):
11-43-12; B-228; B-7-B; A-2593; A-2594; A-2595; A-2607; X-1; G-1; B228; B7B; A2593; A2594; A2595; A2607; X1; G1
Originating Research Org.:
University of California at Los Angeles
OpenNet Entry Date:
1996 Aug 30
This record consists of a report titled "Monthly Report, NDRC Project B-228, University of California, Los Angeles, California, October 15 - November 15, 1942." This report focuses on: the synthesis of intermediates for the preparation of new types of metal chelates; and an expanded study of the chemical factors involved in the deterioration of salcomine in use. The authors also state the studies on transannular peroxides had been terminated in accordance with instructions given by E.P. Stevenson of National Defense Research Committee. This copy of the report was issued to M. Calvin of University of California Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

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