Henry Augustus Torrey

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Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Website:
http://www.scs.illinois.edu/~mainzv/Web_Genealogy/Info/torreyha.pdf
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(1871 - 1910)
http://chemistry.library.nd.edu/resources/genealogy/chemistry/documents/TorreyHA.pdf

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Henry Barker Hill grad student 1897 Harvard
Charles Loring Jackson grad student 1897 Harvard
 (The oxide of dichlordimethoxybenzol dibenzoate)

Children

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William Hammett Hunter grad student 1910 Harvard
Roger Adams grad student 1912 Harvard
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Torrey HA. (1913) Hydrazones of oxy-aldehydes and ketones; alkali-insoluble naphthols Journal of the American Chemical Society. 35: 426-444
Torrey HA, Hunter WH. (1912) The action of iodides on bromanil. Iodanil and some of its derivatives Journal of the American Chemical Society. 34: 702-716
Torrey HA, Hunter WH. (1911) The red and white silver salts of 2,4,6-tribromophenol Journal of the American Chemical Society. 33: 194-205
Torrey HA. (1911) Some derivatives of para-aminobehzohydrol Journal of the American Chemical Society. 33: 56-59
Torrey HA. (1910) Some derivatives of 2-acetyl-naphthol-I Journal of the American Chemical Society. 32: 1477-1488
Torrey HA. (1910) I-benzoylphenyl-3-methyl-5-pyrazolone Journal of the American Chemical Society. 32: 1489-1492
Torrey HA. (1910) Note on some properties of piperonyloin Journal of the American Chemical Society. 32: 1492-1494
Torrey HA, Brewster CM. (1909) Phenyl hydrazones of α-acetonaphthol; alkali-insoluble naphthols Journal of the American Chemical Society. 1322-1325
Torrey HA. (1909) Some azo dyes from aminoacetophenone Journal of the American Chemical Society. 31: 579-583
Torrey HA. (1909) Vanillidene- and piperonylenebenzidines Journal of the American Chemical Society. 31: 583-585
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