Southwest Retort, Volume 13, Number 6, February 1961 Page: 16
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DR. LOYD L. WOODS
What, Leaders Of American Science,
Who's Who In American Education, Etc.
Dr. Woods has over fifty published
papers, some of which appeared simul-
taneously in various Technical Publica-
While visiting Dr. Woods at the Uni-
versity Laboratory, I had to admit to
myself that he is a true educator: The
student training facilities are excellent
with adequate Spectrophotometric Equip-
ment available to satisfy the imaginative
student: It seemed evident that training
with up to date equipment is the answer
to fulfill the demands of technical know
DR. N. F. CHAMBERLAIN gave four
talks to Chemistry and Physics classes at
La Porte High School on the subjects of
"What is a Scientist and what does he do?"
and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. His
talk was accepted with overwhelming
Ahhhh's, and questions of Nuclear re-
search. The interest shown by the students
Analytical and Consulting Chemists
Box 132 Houston, Tex. 311 Chenevert St.
seems to indicate that the future America
will have no shortage of Chemists nor
DR. and Mrs. SHERMAN S. SHAlFFER
spent several weeks touring Africa.
C. E. ZERWEKH addressed two groups
in Houston recently, Rice University's
library staff on "The Uniterm System of
Coordinate Indexing," and Jefferson Davis
High School Chemistry Club on "Theory
H. W. EARHART is the author of the
chapter on "THE POLYMETHYLBEN-
ZENES" in the Second Supplement to
The Encyclopedia of Chemical Technol-
ogy, just published. He is now in New
York on a rotational assignment with
Enjay Chemical Division.
J. E. WALKER has been promoted to
senior patent coordinator in R&D and
MARILYN MCEvER HEAD to assistant
chemical engineer. She was recently mar-
ried to HARLAN HEAD who is now work-
ing toward his doctorate in chemical engi-
neering at Rice University: he holds the
B.S. and M.S. degrees from University of
B. T. RHORES, JR. is a new member of
R&D: he has completed work for the
Ph.D. degree in mathematics from Okla-
home State University.
E. L. GUNN and N. F. CHAMBERLAIN
are authors of chapters in the Encyclo-
pedia of Spectroscopy just published by
Reinhold. "Fluorescence Spectra Applica-
tions" by Gunn is in the section on X-ray
Emission Spectrometry, and "Analytical
Applications" by Chamberlain, in the
section on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
R. C. HALTER has been promoted to
senior research specialist; ANNELLE VON
ROSENBERG to senior research chemist.
J. T. HORECZY has been elected a Fel-
low of Texas Academy of Science.
N. P. NEUREITER was one of the escorts
for a 30-day tour of the U. S. oil industry
by a group of Russian petroleum tech-
B. E. CLAYBAUGH has joined R&D as
research chemical engineer. He will re-
ceive his Ph.D. in chemical engineering
from Oklahoma State University this year.
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