Warren C. Vosburgh

Chemistry Duke University, Durham, NC 
"Warren C. Vosburgh"

(1894 - 1985)

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John Maurice Nelson grad student 1919 Columbia
 (Kinetics of invertase action)


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Roger Gordon Bates grad student 1933-1937 Duke
Frank H. Field grad student 1948 Duke
Harry B. Mark Jr. grad student 1960 Duke
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Smith P, Biswas M, Vosburgh WC. (1963) Potentiometric titration of hydrogen peroxide with an electropolished stainless steel electrode Analytica Chimica Acta. 28: 316-322
Vosburgh WC, Green DL. (1961) Synthesis of 1,3,5,7-tetracyanohcptane Journal of Organic Chemistry. 26: 2118-2119
Milburn RM, Vosburgh WC. (1955) A spectrophotometric study of the hydrolysis of iron (III) ion, II. Polynuclear species Journal of the American Chemical Society. 77: 1352-1355
Vosburgh WC, Wilder P, Saylor JH. (1955) The intermediate course in chemistry Journal of Chemical Education. 32: 641-643
Stalzer RF, Vosburgh WC. (1951) Determination of available oxygen and total manganese in manganese oxides Analytical Chemistry. 23: 1880
Saylor JH, Deal CH, Larkin ME, et al. (1951) A study of the lead chlorofluoride method for fluoride ion Analytica Chimica Acta. 5: 157-159
Stalzer RF, Dillon ES, Vosburgh WC. (1950) Protective colloids in the volumetric determination of chloride ion Analytical Chemistry. 22: 952-953
Field FH, Vosburgh WC. (1949) Complex ions. IX. Magnetic susceptibilities of nickel and cobalt complex ions from 0 to 80° Journal of the American Chemical Society. 71: 2398-2401
FERRELL DT, BLACKBURN I, VOSBURGH WC. (1948) The silver-silver oxalate electrode. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 70: 3812-5
Russell CD, Cooper GR, Vosburgh WC. (1943) Complex ions. V. The magnetic moments of some complex ions of nickel and copper Journal of the American Chemical Society. 65: 1301-1306
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