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Dolphus E. Milligan

American chemist

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Dolphus Edward Milligan was an American chemist. He received his bachelor's degree in chemistry from Morehouse College in Atlanta in 1949. He earned a Master of Science from Atlanta University in 1951. He then accepted a position as a chemistry instructor in Fort Valley State College in Georgia. He joined the faculty at the University of California at Berkeley while pursuing his doctorate studies. In 1996, When Robert F. Curl accepted the Nobel Prize in chemistry he expressed his appreciation for Milligan’s help on his earlier more volatile experiments. Milligan obtained his Ph.D in chemistry in 1958, his research focused on spectroscopic study of reaction intermediates at extremely low temperature. After completing this doctorate he joined the Melton Institute of industrial research in Pittsburg where he conducted basic research. In 1963, he joined the National Bureau of Standards as a physical chemist. In 1970, he became an adjunct professor at Howard University while retaining his position at Mellon. In 1971, he became the chief of the photochemistry section of the National Bureau of Standards .

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Clark Atlanta University

Historically Black University in Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Morehouse College

African American men's college in Atlanta, Georgia, United States

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#5562 World Rank
Chemistry
#14127 World Rank
Physics
#76644 World Rank
Engineering