Popular Science Lectures with an Unusual Exhibit of Modern Products
NEW FRONTIERS THROUGH CHEMISTRY
ATOMS and MOLECULES
DR. HENRY DAVID HINTON
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, University of Notre Dame, in Popular Lectures on the Latest Developments in Science... Excellent Speaker
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DR. HENRY DAVID HINTON
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, University of Notre Dame, in Popular Lectures on Latest Developments in Science
DR. HENRY DAVID HINTON,
author, lecturer, scientist, teacher, has been on the chemistry staff at the University of Notre Dame since 1928. Student of the late Father Nieuwland, famous scientist and discoverer of the basic reactions for the synthetic rubber, Neoprene, he has trained hundreds of students in the science of chemistry. His wide acquaintance among leaders in the chemical industries has given him a first-hand knowledge of the modern progress of this vast industry. His stories in chemistry of the new products made from coal, air, water, limestone and wood, are told in an informal and non-technical style. He brings with him an exhibit of some of the modern products of our chemical industries, used by the military forces during the late war and now available to civilians in the post-war world.
Dr. Hinton is an excellent speaker.
BRIEF BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
Born in southern Illinois, son of a country newspaper editor.
Taught school in the country to pay his way through college and graduate school.
Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry, Illinois College.
Master of Science degree, University of Chicago.
Ph. D. degree, University of Notre Dame.
Former student of the late Rev. Julius A. Nieuwland, famous scientist and discoverer of the basic reactions for the synthetic rubber, Neoprene.
Member of the American Chemical Society since 1919.
Chemical Warfare Service, poison gas unit, World War I.
Member and active leader, St. Paul's Methodist Church.
Married, two boys, 14 and 11 years.
On the chemistry staff of the University of Notre Dame since 1928.
Author of two college texts in chemistry.
Active in Boy Scout work.
POPULAR SCIENCE LECTURES New Frontiers Through Chemistry Atoms and Molecules
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