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M. L. Huggins

  • Robert D. Ulrich
Part of the Contemporary Topics in Polymer Science book series (CTPS, volume 1)

Abstract

In 1920 I began applying G.N. Lewis’ theory of atomic and molecular structures, with some modifications and extensions of my own1,2, to the structures of crystals7. I soon found that many crystals of known atomic arrangement were 3-dimensional macromolecules, with the atomics in each crystal all bonded together by ordinary chemical (electronpair) bonds. With the aid of published x-ray data I deduced the previously unknown structure’ of quartz (SiO2), showing it to be of this type9. I discovered that many inorganic crystals (and graphite) were composed of sheet molecules6,13,21,25. An x-ray study of mercuric iodide crystals2,3 showed them to be of this sort. According to the theory, crystals of S, Se or Te should be composed of either ring molecules or chain macromolecules. I showed21,25,29 that “metallic Se and Te agreed with the latter”. Each molecule is a linear polymer with a spiral (helical) structure.

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  • Robert D. Ulrich
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  1. 1.Noryl Products DepartmentGeneral Electric Plastics DivisionSelkirkUSA

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