John Norman Collie

Affiliations: 
University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Area:
Organic Chemistry
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Parents

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Edmund Albert Letts research assistant 1879-1882 Queen's University Belfast
Johannes Wislicenus grad student 1883 University of Wurzburg
 (Über die Einwirkung des Ammoniaks auf Acetessigester)

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Charles James research assistant 1906 UCL
Morris William Travers grad student 1898 UCL
Samuel Smiles grad student 1901 UCL
Alfred Walter Stewart grad student 1907 UCL
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Collie JN, Klein L. (1927) The action of bromine on dimethylpyrone Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 2162-2164
Collie JN. (1925) CXXIX. - Reactions of triethylphosphine Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 127: 964-965
Collie JN, Bishop G. (1925) CXXVIII. - Nitro- and amino-ethoxylutidine Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 127: 962-964
Collie JN, Reilly AAB. (1922) CCXXXVII. - Diacetylacetone Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 121: 1984-1987
Collie JN, Reilly AAB. (1921) CLXXXII. - A new type of iodine compound Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 119: 1550-1554
Younghusband F, Collie JN. (1921) The ascent of Mount Everest [7] Nature. 107: 12
Rayleigh, Bell H, Glenconner, et al. (1918) Ramsay Memorial Fund [1] Nature. 100: 304
Collie JN. (1916) XLIII. - A space formula for benzene. Part II Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 109: 561-568
Collie JN, White GN. (1915) XLIV. - Some benzopyranol derivatives Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 107: 369-376
Collie JN, Reynolds F. (1915) XLIII. - The removal of oxygen from triethylphosphine oxide Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 107: 367-369
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