About Herbert H. Anderson: American organic chemist (born: 1913 - died: 2001) | Biography, Facts, Career, Life
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Herbert H. Anderson
American organic chemist

Herbert H. Anderson

Herbert H. Anderson
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Intro American organic chemist
Was Chemist
From United States of America
Field Science
Gender male
Birth 1913
Death 2001 (aged 88 years)
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Herbert H. Anderson (1913 – 2001) was an American organic chemist, a member of Glenn Seaborg's Met Lab group at Chicago during the Manhattan Project. Anderson was a co-inventor, with Larned B. Asprey, of the PUREX process for plutonium and uranium extraction.

After leaving the Met Lab, Anderson was at Harvard until 1952 and then for many years (at least 1953–1967) at the Chemistry Department, Drexel Institute of Technology, Philadelphia.

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