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Academic Genealogy of Chemistry Faculty

Glenn S. Lewandos
Texas, 1972
UT: 1972-77
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Pettit
Rowland A. (Rolly) Pettit (1)
London, 1954
UT: 1957-81†
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Dewar
Michael J. S. Dewar (2)
Oxford, 1942
UT: 1963-89
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Frederick E. King
Oxford, 1933
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Robert Robinson
Manchester, 1910
Nobel
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Perkin Jr.
William H. Perkin Jr.
Würzburg, 1882
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Johannus Wislicenus
Zurich, 1861
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Wilhelm Heintz
Berlin, 1844
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Heinrich Rose
Kiel, 1821
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Berzelius
Jons Jakob Berzelius
Uppsala, 1802
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Johann Afzelius
Uppsala, 1776
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Bergman
Torbern Bergman
Uppsala, 1758

1. Pettit's first PhD was earned at the Univ. of Adelaide in 1953 under the direction of A. K. MacBeth and G. M. Badger. He subsequently won a fellowship to study at Queen Mary College, London, where he earned his second PhD under Dewar. cf. Biographical Memoirs, National Academy of Sciences, 67, 1995, 293-313.

2. Dewar left for the University of Florida in 1989 and died in 1997. See Michael J.S. Dewar : a group memoir. (Austin, 1988); Seeman, J.I., ed., A Semi-empirical life. (Washington DC: American Chemical Society, 1992); and Healy, E.F., "Michael J.S. Dewar: a Model Iconoclast." ACS Symp. Ser. 1122, 2013, 139-153.


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