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Mr. Sloat joined Universal Oil Products Company after graduating in 1965, working in refinery process development and later in its patent law group while earning a Law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1972. In the patent group he worked with fluidized catalytic cracking and xylene separation refinery processes researchers. In 1975, he joined Amoco Corporation’s . . .
Dr. Dennis A. Clifford a Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Houston and 1963 graduate of Michigan Tech, Dr. Dennis Clifford conducts research and teaches courses in Water Chemistry and Physical-Chemical Treatment Processes. He is a Professional Engineer with more than thirty years of experience in water and soil treatment focusing on the removal . . .
Mr. Charles J. Nelson, a native of Atlantic Mine, Michigan, earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering in 1936. He was a member of Chi Epsilon. Mr. Nelson worked for the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. until 1940 when he and his brother, Evan, formed Nelson Paint Company. Mr. Nelson developed the paint ball using C02 gas for propulsion; a technology used by . . .