Hyp J. Dauben, Jr.

Chemistry University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
"Hyp J. Dauben Jr."

(1915 - 1968)
Hyp J. Dauben, Jr., was born in Marion, Ohio, in 1915. He received his primary and secondary education in Columbus, Ohio, and his undergraduate training at the Ohio State University, from which he received B.A. and M.Sc. degrees in 1937.
While at Ohio State, he conducted research in carbohydrate chemistry under William Lloyd Evans. His A.M. and Ph.D. degrees were received in 1941 from Harvard University, where he worked under Paul D. Bartlett on various physical organic problems.
During World War II, he worked as a post-doctoral fellow under Bartlett at Harvard University on National Defense Research Committee war research problems on toxic agents and on insect repellents.
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William Lloyd Evans research assistant 1937 Ohio State
 (B.A. and M.Sc.)
Paul D. Bartlett grad student 1941 Harvard
 (I. The nature of the association between hydrogen chloride and hydroxyl compounds. II. The cyclic product from ethyl acetoacetate and 3-methyl-[D]²-cyclohexenone.)
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