Frederick G. Keyes
Frederick George Keyes (June 24, 1885 – April 14, 1976) was an American physical chemist.   Keys was most notable for inventing a method to sterilize milk using ultra-violet rays, and discovering that ultra-violet rays kill germs. According to the National Academies Press Keys was also notable for "advances in thermodynamics, equations of state of gases, and thermodynamic properties, in particular liquid water and steam". Keyes was Head of Department of Chemistry at MIT, and a member of the National Academy of Sciences.
- Array of Contemporary Physicists:Frederick Keyes
- National Academies Press:Biographical Memoirs:V.73:Frederick George Keyes, BY JOHN ROSS
- New York Times:HOW TO KILL GERMS WITH VIOLET RAYS; Dr. Frederick G. Keyes Tells of the Important Results of Experiments With Milk Made in the Laboratory of Brown University. May 29, 1910
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