Kenneth L. Rinehart Papers, 1959 -1999
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Brief Description: Papers of Kenneth L. Rinehart (1929- 2005), Professor of Chemistry (1954-2000), include correspondence, invention descriptions, laboratory test results, patent applications (United States, Japan, Europe, and Australia), and research notes. Also includes correspondence with Professor of Plant Pathology David GottLieb, Vice Chancellor of Research Dr. Dillion E. Mapother, and University of Illinois Foundation Assistant Treasurer Robert N. Parker.
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Record Series Number: 15/5/53
Created by: Rinehart, Kenneth (1929 - 2005)
Volume: 3.0 cubic feet
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Arrangement: Arranged by subject.
Biographical Note for Rinehart, Kenneth (1929 - 2005) : Kenneth L. Rinehart (1929- 2005) was Chemistry professor at the UIUC from 1954 to 2000. Professor Rinehart was internationally recognized as a pioneer in chemical biology through his investigations of organic compounds with biological activity. His research led to the development of a procedure involving mutasynthesis to prepare new antibiotics. He also led the Illinois chemistry department's marine natural products program.
Subject Index
Abbott Laboratories
American Chemical Society
Cancer Research
Chemical Testing
Chemistry Department
Faculty Papers
Foundation, University of Illinois
Organic Chemistry
Languages of Materials
English [eng]
Japanese [jpn]
German [ger]