Henry Bassett, Jr., Docteur es Sciences
|Chemistry||University of Reading, Earley, England, United Kingdom|
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Henry Bassett, Jr. had two doctoral degrees -- a Ph.D. in organic chemistry with Adoph von Baeyer in 1904 and a Docteur es Sciences in inorganic chemistry with Antoine Nicholas Guntz in 1905. Bassett made his life's work in inorganic chemistry. Bassett was a member of the faculty of the University of Liverpool until 1912. In 1912, he became a professor at the University of Reading (UK).
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|Adolf von Baeyer||grad student||1904||University of Munich, Germany|
|(This was Bassett's first doctoral degree -- in organic chemistry. )|
|Antoine Nicholas Guntz||grad student||1905||University of Nancy (France)|
|(This was Bassett's second doctoral degree. It was in inorganic chemistry, his life's work.)|
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|Hugh Stott Taylor||grad student||1914||University of Liverpool|
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