William Jay Hale
William Jay Hale studied at Miami University , where he received his master's degree in 1897 . After that, Hale went to Harvard , where he earned another bachelor's degree in 1898, a master's degree the following year and a Ph. D. in 1902 .
In 1900, Hale and Henry Barker Hill published his first scientific publication, Note on 2-phenyl-4-nitrophenol . William Jay Hale was a post-doctoral student in Göttingen and at the Technical University of Berlin . After teaching at the University of Chicago for a year , Hale went to the University of Michigan as an associate professor in 1904 .
From 1919 to 1934, Hale was director of Organic Chemistry Research at Dow Chemical . He then worked as a research consultant.
In 1934 he coined the term Chemurgy .
- Chemistry Triumphant ; 1932
- Farmward march; chemurgy takes command ; Coward-McCann, New York, 1939
- Prosperity beckons; dawn of the alcohol era
- CHARLES LORING JACKSON: Biographicyl Memoir of Henry Barker Hill (1849-1903) (PDF; 509 KB).
|SURNAME||Hale, William Jay|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||American chemist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||January 5, 1876|
|DATE OF DEATH||1955|