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Academic Genealogy of Chemistry Faculty

Leon J. Slutsky
MIT, 1957
UT: 1957-63
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Carl W. Garland
Berkeley, 1953
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George Jura
Chicago, 1942
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William D. Harkins
Stanford, 1907
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Robert E. Swain
Yale, 1904
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Lafayette B. Mendel
Yale, 1893
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Russell H. Chittenden
Yale, 1880
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Samuel W. Johnson (1)
Yale, 1857 (MA, Agric)
influenced by
Liebig
Justus von Liebig
Erlangen, 1822
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see Rouelle Tree go

1. "Johnson studied under [J.P.] Norton and others from 1849-1853; he then went to Europe and studied with Erdmann, Liebig, and others from 1853-1855. Upon his return to Yale in 1855 he was appointed as first assistant in charge of the Yale Analytical Laboratory, and the following year as Professor of Agricultural Chemistry at Yale." (cf Mainz)


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