Ernest A. R. Braude

Imperial College, London, London, England, United Kingdom 
organic chemistry
"Ernest Alexander Rudolph Braude"

(1922 - 1956)
Ernest Alexander Rudolph Braude. B. 8.6.22. Ed. Farnham Grammar School ; Birkbeck College, London, 1939-40, Imperial College, London, 1940-44. BSc., Ph.D., DSc. He remained at the Imperial College for the rest of his life, being appointed successively research assistant in 1942, demonstrator in 1945, assistant lecturer in 1946, lecturer in 1947, and reader in 1952. He succeeded to the chair of organic chemistry in 1955. Author, or co-author, of a large number of papers, mostly in the J. Chem. Soc., on the mechanism of organic reactions, and other miscellaneous topics. Joint editor of The Determination of Organic Structures by Physical Methods. Received the Meldola Medal of the Institute in 1950.

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Braude EA, Turner DW. (1958) 480. Anionotropic systems. Part VI. The rearrangement of 1-phenylallyl p-nitrobenzoate in chlorobenzene. Tracer studies Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 2404-2411
Braude EA, Turner DW, Waight ES. (1958) 479. Anionotropic systems. Part V. A kinetic investigation of the rearrangement of 1-phenylallyl esters in non-aqueous solvents Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 2396-2403
Braude EA, Coles JA, Evans EA, et al. (1956) Steric effects in anionotropic rearrangements Nature. 177: 1167-1169
Braude EA, Timmons CJ. (1955) Studies in light absorption. Part XII. The effects of steric conformation on the ultraviolet and infrared spectra of alicyclic ethylenic ketones Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 3766-3772
BRAUDE EA, TURNER DW, WAIGHT ES. (1954) Mechanism of anionotropy. Nature. 173: 863-5
Braude EA, Timmons CJ. (1953) Anionotropic systems. Part III. The synthesis and rearrangement of 3-hydroxy-3:5-dimethylhex-4-en-2-one Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 3131-3138
Braude EA, Timmons CJ. (1953) Anionotropic systems. Part IV. The kinetics of the rearrangement of 3-hydroxy-3:5-dimethylhex-4-en-2-one. The effect of an acetyl group on anionotropic mobility Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 3138-3143
Braude EA, Timmons CJ. (1953) The synthesis and prototropic rearrangement of 4-hydroxyhept-5-en-3-one Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 3144-3148
Braude EA, Timmons CJ. (1953) α-Methyl-lœvulic acid Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 3313-3314
Braude EA, Bruun T, Weedon BCL, et al. (1952) Alkenylation employing lithium alkenyls. Part VI.* The synthesis and spectral properties of some 6: 6-Dimethylcyclohexenyl derivatives Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 1414-1419
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