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Raymond Nevoy Keller

educator , chemist.

Raymond Nevoy Keller, American educator, chemist. Member American Chemical Society, Chemical Society London, Colorado-Wyoming Academy Science, Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Lambda Upsilon.

Background

Keller, Raymond Nevoy was born on April 21, 1909 in Wolcott, Indiana, United States. Son of Benjamin and Priscilla (Blume) Keller.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Indiana U., Master of Arts, 1937. Doctor of Philosophy, University Illinois, 1940.

Career

Teaching assistant department chemistry Indiana U., 1936. Teaching assistant department chemistry University of Illinois, Urbana, 1937-1939, fellow, 1939-1940. Instructor chemistry University of Wisconsin, 1940-1942.

Instructor University of Michigan, 1942-1945, assistant professor, 1945-1951. Research chemist Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, 1950-1951. Assistant professor of chemistry U. Colorado, 1951-1952, associate professor, 1952-1960, professor, 1960-1976.

Works

  • Contributor articles professional journals Research in inorganic chemistry, especially pseudohalide complexes and boroxines.

Membership

Member American Chemical Society, Chemical Society London, Colorado-Wyoming Academy Science, Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Lambda Upsilon.

Connections

Married Mollie Goodrich, December 19, 1936. Children: Roger Raymond, Mark Douglas, Janet Mollie.

father:
Benjamin Keller

mother:
Priscilla (Blume) Keller

spouse:
Mollie Goodrich

children:
Roger Raymond Keller

Mark Douglas Keller

Janet Mollie Keller