Keith Yates

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1959 Chemistry University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
 1968-1991 Chemistry University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
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http://hdl.handle.net/2429/40873 I would like to express sincere thanks to Dr. R. Stewart for his valuable and patient guidance throughout the course of this work
http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.710128

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Ross Stewart grad student 1959 UBC
 (A study of the protonation of carbonyl compounds.)
Ronald P. Bell grad student 1961 Oxford
 (D.Phil.: The kinetics of chlorination of some reactive organic compounds.)
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Altmann JA, Tee OS, Yates K. (1977) Application Of The Principle Of Least Motion To Organic Reactions. 4. More Complex Molecular Rearrangements Cheminform. 8
Altmann JA, Tee OS, Yates K. (1976) Application of the principle of least motion to organic reactions. 4. More complex molecular rearrangements Journal of the American Chemical Society. 98: 7132-7138
Tee OS, Altmann JA, Yates K. (1974) Application of the principle of least motion to organic reactions. III. Eliminations, enolizations, and homoenolizations Journal of the American Chemical Society. 96: 3141-3146
Altmann JA, Csismadia IG, Yates K. (1974) An Ab Initio Study Of Methylcarbene And The Stereochemistry Of Its Rearrangement To Ethylene Cheminform. 5
Tee OS, Altmann JA, Yates K. (1974) Application Of The Principle Of Least Motion To Organic Reactions Part 3, Eliminations, Enolizations, And Homoenolizations Cheminform. 5
Tee OS, Yates K. (1972) Application of the principle of least motion to organic reactions. II. Molecular rearrangements Journal of the American Chemical Society. 94: 3074-3080
Tee OS, Yates K. (1972) Anwendung Des Prinzips Der Geringsten Bewegung Auf Organische Rk. 2. Mitt. Molekuelumlagerungen Cheminform. 3
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