#13037 Overall Influence

William Hultz Walker

American chemical engineer

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William Hultz Walker was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., and graduated in 1890 at Penn State College and took his Ph.D. at Göttingen . In 1894 he accepted the chair of industrial chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where from 1908 he was also director of the research laboratory of applied chemistry. Walker was vice president of the International Congress of Applied Chemistry in 1893 and president of the American Electrochemical Society in 1910. The New York Section of the American Chemical Society conferred on him its Nichols medal in 1908.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

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Pennsylvania State University
Pennsylvania State University

Public university in State College and multiple campuses in Pennsylvania, United States

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University of Göttingen
University of Göttingen

University in the city of Göttingen, Germany

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Influence Rankings by Discipline

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#405 World Rank #135 USA Rank
Chemistry
#426 World Rank #154 USA Rank
Engineering