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Joseph Clois Shivers, Jr. (born 1920) is a former American chemist who lived in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Shivers spent much of the 1950s developing Spandex while working for DuPont. He was awarded the prestigious Olney Medal for Achievement in Textile Chemistry for his work.
- Harold A. Wittcoff, Organic Chemistry Principles and Industrial Practice, 184.
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