Albert P. Mathews

Physiology University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
physiological chemistry
"Albert P. Mathews"

(1871 - 1957)
chemical basis of nerve excitation

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William T. Sedgwick research assistant MIT (ID Tree)
Albrecht Kossel research assistant 1895-1897 University of Marburg
Edmund Beecher Wilson grad student 1898 Columbia
 (Physiology of secretion)


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Fred Conrad Koch grad student 1912 Chicago
Maud Leonora Menten grad student 1916 Chicago
Charles George MacArthur research scientist 1916 Chicago
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MATHEWS AP. (1946) A modified Crompton formula for the latent heat of vaporization. The Biological Bulletin. 91: 231
Vilter SP, Spies TD, Mathews AP. (1938) The absence of nicotinic acid in the urine of pellagrins and a method for its quantitative estimation [3] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 60: 731-732
Mathews AP. (1932) Gravitation considered as neutral magnetism due to motion of all matter in time Journal of Physical Chemistry. 36: 1738-1743
Mathews AP. (1927) SOME APPLICATIONS OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY TO MEDICINE. Science (New York, N.Y.). 66: 603-10
Mathews AP. (1927) PROFESSOR ALBRECHT KOSSEL. Science (New York, N.Y.). 66: 293
Mathews AP. (1916) The relation of molecular cohesion to surface tension and gravitation; with a method of determining "a" of Van der Waals' equation without assumptions; and the explanation of the meaning of the constants in the surface tension law of Eötvös, and the latent heat formulas of dieterici and mills Journal of Physical Chemistry. 20: 554-596
Mathews AP. (1914) The quantity of residual valence possessed by various molecules Journal of Physical Chemistry. 18: 474-487
Mathews AP. (1913) A note on the structure of acetylene Journal of Physical Chemistry. 17: 320-321
Mathews AP. (1913) Do molecules attract cohesively inversely as the square of the distance? Journal of Physical Chemistry. 17: 520-535
Mathews AP. (1913) The valence of chlorine as determined from the molecular cohesion of chlorine compounds Journal of Physical Chemistry. 17: 252-263
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