1970 · Moskva:
Stanley Lloyd Miller (1930 - 2007) was a brilliant American chemist and biologist known for his studies into the origin of life, particularly the Miller-Urey experiment which demonstrated that organic compounds can be created by fairly simple physical processes from inorganic substances. The experiment used conditions then thought to provide an approximate representation of those present on the primordial Earth.
Locations: UCLA, UCB, UC-NRLF, UT-Austin, University of Chicago, Alaska State Library, Library of Congress, Pennsylvania State University Libraries, University of Maryland Libraries.
See: Gerald Joseph Home McCall, ?A. J. Bowden, ?Richard John Howarth, The History of Meteoritics and Key Meteorite Collections, 2006; Vdovykin, G. P., Kraevedenie IUzhnogo Urala, Moskva: Kompaniia Sputnik, 2002. (Inventory #: BL4521)