Dalziel Ll. Hammick, Ph.D

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Chemistry University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
Organic chemistry
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"Dalziel Llewellyn Hammick"
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(1887 - 1966)
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Hammick DL, Mason SF, Meacock GW. (1952) The rates of hydrolysis of some acridine antimalarials Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 4691-4695
Hammick DL, Mason SF. (1950) Some physico-chemical properties of acridine antimalarials, with reference to their biological action. Part I. Basic dissociation constants and reduction potentials Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 345-348
Hammick DL, Mason SF. (1950) Some physico-chemical properties of acridine antimalarials, with reference to their biological action. Part II. Lipoid partition coefficients, surface activities, and protein affinities Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 348-350
Given PH, Hammick DL. (1948) 434. Some catalysed gas-phase reactions of aromatic hydrocarbons. Part IV. The polymethylbenzenes formed in the reactions of dimethyl ether with benzene, toluene, and the xylenes Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 2154-2158
Armstrong GP, Grove DH, Hammick DL, et al. (1948) 347. Some catalysed gas-phase reactions of aromatic hydrocarbons. Part III. The methylation of naphthalene by means of dimethyl ether Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 1700-1702
Hammick DL, Roberts M. (1948) 16. Some catalysed gas-phase reactions of aromatic hydrocarbons. Part II. The interaction of benzene and ethylene Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 73-76
GIVEN PH, HAMMICK DL. (1947) Some catalysed gas-phase reactions of aromatic hydrocarbons; the interaction of benzene with methyl ether. Journal of the Chemical Society. 928-35
HAMMICK DL, MASON SF. (1945) Primary degradation products of mepacrine in human urines. Nature. 156: 718
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