Samuel M. McElvain
|Samuel M. McElvain|
December 9, 1897|
DuQuoin, Illinois, United States
|Died||April 11, 1973(aged 75)|
|Institutions||University of Wisconsin–Madison|
|Alma mater||Washington University in St. Louis
University of Illinois
|Doctoral advisor||Roger Adams|
|Doctoral students||Arthur C. Cope, Gilbert J. Stork|
Samuel Marion McElvain (December 9, 1897 – April 11, 1973 ) was an American chemist. McElvain studied first at Washington University in St. Louis and received his MS and Ph.D from the University of Illinois in 1923. In 1923 he became professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, from which he retired in 1961.
- "The 1961 Madison Organic Chemistry Symposium In Honor of Professor S. M. McElvain".
- Gilbert J. Stork (1983). "Samuel Marion McElvain". Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences. 54: 220–249.
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