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Contains schedules and itineraries, official correspondence, programs, and photographs related to the various chemistry-related conferences and symposiums that Izatt attended and helped organize from 1952-2008. The conferences and symposiums were held in many locations across North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Notable among the conferences was the Calorimetry conference hosted at Brigham Young University.
Materials document the history of the Brigham Young University Department of Chemistry. They include histories written by faculty, faculty remembrances, and graduate lists. Materials date from 1946 to 2007.
Materials document Izatt's interactions with family, friends, and students. They include letters of recommendation, congratulations, condolences, and personal updates. Materials date from 1953 to 2009.
Documents the history of the departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Brigham Young University. Materials include memos, meeting minutes, Izatt's faculty portraits, and department reports related to the routine activities of both the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Department of Chemistry from 1961-2004.
Documents Izatt's publication activities while a faculty member at Brigham Young University. Materials include drafts of research reports, drafts of articles and books, and the published versions of books and articles. Materials date from 1955 to 2010. Materials focus on reports and publications that Izatt produced as part of his research.
Materials include correspondence, clippings from research publications, and research notes related to the research of Izatt from 1950-2008. Materials focus on the research of Izatt on his various chemistry specialties and his correspondence with colleagues on research. Additional material includes correspondence related to Izatt's work and research at the Thermochemical Institute.
Materials document Izatt's campus activities and include correspondence, memos, and official invitations to various campus events. Materials date from 1953 to 2006. Materials focus on correspondence between Izatt and other professors at Brigham Young University and university officials.