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Dorothy Hahn

Dorothy Anna Hahn (1876–1950) was a lifelong educator and American professor of organic chemistry at Mount Holyoke College. Her research utilized the then newly developed technique of ultraviolet spectroscopy to study hydantoins.

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  • American spectroscopist and chemical educator
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Treat Baldwin Johnson
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Mount Holyoke College
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