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Alpha Chi Sigma Chemistry Fraternity

FRATERNAL ORGANIZATION

Founded 1902 at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Official Website:
http://www.alphachisigma.org/

Founding Date:
1902

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Herbert C. Brown
Chemist
22-May-1912 19-Dec-2004 Discovered organoboranes
Elias James Corey
Chemist
12-Jul-1928   Retrosynthetic analysis
Raymond Davis, Jr.
Scientist
14-Oct-1914 31-May-2006 Detected solar neutrinos
Peter Debye
Physicist
24-Mar-1884 2-Nov-1966 Studied molecular structure, dipoles
Edward A. Doisy
Scientist
3-Nov-1893 23-Oct-1986 Chemical structure of Vitamin K
Paul J. Flory
Chemist
19-Jun-1910 9-Sep-1985 Studied polymers
George H. Hitchings
Scientist
18-Apr-1905 27-Feb-1998 Developed medicines for leukemia, herpes, arthritis
Robert W. Holley
Scientist
28-Jan-1922 11-Feb-1993 RNA's role in protein synthesis
Paul C. Lauterbur
Scientist
6-May-1929 27-Mar-2007 Magnetic resonance imaging
Willard F. Libby
Chemist
17-Dec-1908 8-Sep-1980 Carbon-14 dating technique
William Lipscomb
Chemist
9-Dec-1919 14-Apr-2011 Chemical bonding
Alan G. MacDiarmid
Chemist
14-Apr-1927 7-Feb-2007 Metallic polymers
Rudolph A. Marcus
Chemist
21-Jul-1923   Electron-transfer reactions
Bruce Merrifield
Chemist
15-Jul-1921 14-May-2006 Synthesized polypeptides
Thomas Midgley
Chemist
18-May-1889 2-Nov-1944 Ethyl gasoline, Freon
Lars Onsager
Chemist
27-Nov-1903 5-Oct-1976 Fourth Law of Thermodynamics
Linus Pauling
Chemist
28-Feb-1901 19-Aug-1994 Scientist and peacenik
Glenn Seaborg
Physicist
19-Apr-1912 25-Feb-1999 Co-Discoverer of Plutonium
Edward Tatum
Scientist
14-Dec-1909 7-Nov-1975 One gene, one enzyme theory
Vincent du Vigneaud
Chemist
18-May-1901 11-Dec-1978 Synthesized vasopressin and oxytocin


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