Herbert H. Anderson

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Herbert H. Anderson (1913 – 2001)[1][2] was an American organic chemist, a member of Glenn Seaborg's Met Lab group at Chicago during the Manhattan Project.[3] Anderson was a co-inventor, with Larned B. Asprey, of the PUREX process for plutonium and uranium extraction.

After leaving the Met Lab, Anderson was at Harvard until 1952[4] and then for many years (at least 1953–1967) at the Chemistry Department, Drexel Institute of Technology, Philadelphia.[5]


  1. ^ Directory of Graduate Research 1973. American Chemical Society. 1974. p. 136.
  2. ^ Garrett, Benjamin C. (2017-08-25). Historical Dictionary of Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare. Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 9781538106846.
  3. ^ Glenn Theodore Seaborg (1951). Journal of Glenn T. Seaborg, 1946-1958. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California.
  4. ^ H. H. Anderson (1952). "Automatically Adjusting Micropipets and Micropycnometers". Anal. Chem. 24 (3): 579–583. doi:10.1021/ac60063a045.
  5. ^ "Google Scholar Search".
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