Marston T. Bogert

Columbia University, New York, NY 
Organic chemistry
"Marston Bogert"

(1868 - 1954)
Substantive research in modern organic chemistry began at Columbia with Marston T. Bogert. With only a bachelor's degree from Columbia College in 1890 and no formal training in organic chemistry, Bogert became the first professor of organic chemistry at Columbia and an internationally known chemist. He published more than 500 scientific papers during a career that spanned half a century. His interest in synthetic organic chemistry included the study of quinazolines and thiazoles, essential oils, terpenes, alkaloids, vitamins, arsenicals, and drugs. Bogert was one of a small group of pioneering organic chemists who greatly influenced the growth of the chemical industry in the United States.

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Raemer Rex Renshaw grad student 1907 Columbia
Ross Aiken Gortner grad student 1909 Columbia
George Denton Beal grad student 1911 Columbia
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Louis Elsberg Wise grad student 1911 Columbia
George Scatchard grad student 1916 Columbia
John Joseph Ritter grad student 1924 Columbia
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Bogert MT. (1949) International organization of chemists Chemical and Engineering News. 27: 1992-1995
Bogert MT. (1948) The art of remembering [2] Chemical and Engineering News. 26: 3584
EHRLICH J, BOGERT MT. (1947) Experiments in the veratrole and quinoxaline groups. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 12: 522-34
Bogert MT. (1947) The rebuilding and advance of the international union of chemistry Chemical and Engineering News. 25: 1426-1428
SILVERMAN M, BOGERT MT. (1946) The synthesis of some indene and dihydronaphthalene derivatives related to stilbestrol. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 11: 34-49
Bogert MT. (1946) Agreed [2] Chemical and Engineering News. 24: 3252
Bogert MT. (1946) Addresses given at parsons testimonial banquet: Introductory remarks Chemical and Engineering News. 24: 1204
Linsker F, Bogert MT. (1946) N-oxides of atabrine and plasmoquine Journal of the American Chemical Society. 68: 192-193
MISANI F, BOGERT MT. (1945) The search for superior drugs for tropical diseases; further experiments in the quinoline group. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 10: 458-63
Misani F, Bogert MT. (1945) The search for superior drugs for tropical diseases. II. Synthetic studies in the quinoline and phenanthroline series. Skraup and Conrad-Limpach-Knorr reactions Journal of Organic Chemistry. 10: 347-365
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