Academic Genealogy for Charles L. Brooks III


Graduate Studies

Purdue University, 1978-82

Steven A Adelman, Harvard, 1972

Dudley R. Hershbach, Harvard, 1958
Nobel Prize (Chemistry), 1986

E. Bright Wilson, Cal Tech, 1933

Postgraduate Studies

Harvard University, 1982-85

Martin Karplus, Cal Tech, 1953
Nobel Prize (Chemistry), 2013



Linus Pauling, Cal Tech, 1925
Nobel Prize (Chemistry), 1954

Rascoe Dickinson, Cal Tech, 1920

Arthur A. Noyes, Leipzig, 1890

Frederich Wilhelm Ostwald, Dorpat (Tartu, Estonia), 1878

Karl Schmidt, Giessen, 1844

Justus von Liebig, (1803-1873) Erlangen, 1822



K. F. W. G. Kastner, Jena, 1805

J. F. A. Gotting, Langensalza, 1755

J. C. Wieglieb, Lagensalza, ca. 1765

E.G. Baldinger, Jena, 1760

C. A. Mangold, Erfurt, 1751

G. E. Harnberger, Jena, 1697

G. W. Wedel, Jena, 1669

W. Rolfnick, Padua, 1625

A. van den Spieghel, Padua, ca. 1603

G. C. Casseri, Padua, 1580

C. Fabrici, Padua, 1559

C. Fallopio, Ferrara, 1548

A. M. Brasavola, Ferrara, 1520

N. da Lonigo, Padua, 1453

Pelope


*Joseph-Louis Gay-Lussac, (1778-1850), MA Paris, 1800

Claude-Louis Berthollet, (1748-1822), Paris, 1778

Jean B. M. Bucquet, MD Paris, 1770

Guilliaume Rouelle, Apothecary Paris, 1725

J. G. Spitzley, Apothecary Paris

N. Lemery, Apothecary Paris ca. 1667

G. Glaser, MD Basel ca. 1650


*In researching my academic genealogy tree I found two distinct branches and to date have been unable to resolve whether one or the other is correct. Thus I present both. Sources included University of Illinois Physical Chemistry Faculty Genealogy and John Straub's Academic Genealogy web page.
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