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Authorised form of nameCraig; David Parker (1919 - 2015)
SurnameCraig
ForenamesDavid Parker
Dates1919 - 2015
NationalityAustralian
Dates and placesBirth:
Sydney, Australia (23 December 1919)
Death:
1 July 2015
ActivityResearch field:
Theoretical chemistry
Education:
Sydney Grammar School; Sydney University
Career:
War service; Lecturer in Physical Chemistry (1946-1952), then Professor (1952-1956), Sydney University; Professor of Theoretical Chemistry, University College, London (1956-1967); Professor of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry (1967-1984) and Dean, Research School of Chemistry (1970-1973 and 1977-1981), Australian National University; part-time member, CSIRO executive (1980-1985); President, Australian Academy of Science (1990-1994)
Memberships:
FAA
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
21/03/1968
SourcesSources:
AE
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/109713698
Royal Society codeNA4369
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/GA/GRS/5309Craig, David Parkernd
EC/1968/07Craig, David Parker: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/71/83Referee's report by John Edward Lennard-Jones, on a paper 'Polar structures in the theory of conjugated molecules I. Identification of the ethylene p-electron states' by David Parker Craig[1948]
RR/71/85Referee's report by John Edward Lennard-Jones, on a paper 'Polar structures in the theory of conjugated molecules III. The energy levels of benzene' by David Parker Craig28 March 1949
RR/71/86Letter from John Edward Lennard-Jones, regarding three papers 'Polar structures in the theory of conjugated molecules I. Identification of the ethylene p-electron states', 'Polar structures in the theory of conjugated molecules. II. Symmetry properties and matrix elements for polar structures' and 'Polar structures in the theory of conjugated molecules III. The energy levels of benzene' by David Parker Craig6 June 1949
RR/71/84Referee's report by John Edward Lennard-Jones, on a paper 'Polar structures in the theory of conjugated molecules. II. Symmetry properties and matrix elements for polar structures' by David Parker Craig[1948]
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