Frank MacDougall

photo neededIn science, Frank MacDougall (1883-1974) was an American physical chemist noted for his 1921 Thermodynamics and Chemistry, one of the transition publications in going from "theoretical" chemical thermodynamics , those dealing with the theory of chemical thermodynamics, to "quantitative" chemical thermodynamics, i.e. those dealing with quantification. [1]

Education
MacDougall was associated with the University of Minnesota. [2]

References
1. MacDougall, Frank H. (1921). Thermodynamics and Chemistry. Wiley.
2. Jensen, William B. (2011). “The Quantification of 20th-Century Chemical Thermodynamics: a Tribute to Thermodynamics and the Free Energy of Chemical Substances” (pdf), Unpublished Lecture, Symposium, Mar 28.

External links
MacDougall, Frank Henry (1883-) – WorldCat Identities.
Frank Energy MacDougall – Geni.com.

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