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Dionisio M. Birosel

Expertise: Organic Chemistry

Association

    • American Geographic Society, Research Fellow
    • Sigma Xi, Member
    • American Chemical Society, Member
    • American Association for the Advancement of Science, Research Fellow
    • American Institute of Chemistry, Research Fellow

Employment

    • National Institute of Science and Technology, Technical Consultant
    • Bureau of Science, Chemist, 1926 - 1928
    • SMA LAboratory Products Co., Cleveland, Chemist, 1928 - 1929
    • Bureau of Science, Chemist, 1929 - 1930
    • University of the Philippines, Instructor, 1930 - 1933
    • University of the Philippines, Assistant Professor, 1933 - 1940
    • Santos-Ocampo Laboratory, RIzal, Chemist and Chemical Engineer, 1940 - 1942
    • NACOCO, Industrial Research Chemist for Coconut Oil, 1946 - 1949
    • Araneta Biological Laboratory, Organic Chemist, 1951 - 1953
    • National Institute of Science and Technology, Scientist, 1952 - 1963

Award

    • Research Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
    • Research Fellow, American Geographic Society
    • Research Fellow, American Institute of Chemistry
    • American Chemical Who's Who , Americal Chemical Who's Who
    • Science and Technology Awardee, Cultural Heritage of the Philippines, June 1969

Education

    • College of the Pacific, Not Stated, A. B., 1922
    • University of Southern California, California, USA, M. S. Organic Chemistry, 1923
    • Leland Stanford University, USA, Ch. E., 1925
    • Columbia University, USA, M. A. Organic Chemistry, 1926
    • Iowa State University, USA, Ph. D. Organic Chemistry, 1926

Publication

    • (Aug. 1931) Certain amino derivatives of lauric acid
    • Journal of the American Chemical Society Volume v. 53, No. no. 8
    • (June 1931) The ether-insoluble lead salt of lumbang oil
    • Philippine Journal of Science Volume v. 45, No. no. 2
    • (April 1931) Phenolic decomposition of certain mixed ethers. II. The effect of substitution. The rate constant
    • Journal of the American Chemical Society Volume v. 53, No. no. 4
    • (1933) Claisen mixed ether synthesis
    • Natural and Applied Science Bulletin Volume v. 3
    • (Oct. 1932) Sativic acids and tetrabromo stearic acids derived from lumbang oil fna their significance in relation to naturally occurring linolic acid
    • Natural and Applied Science Bulletin Volume v. 2, No. nos. 2-3
    • (March 1932) Vitamin A in body and liver oils of some Philippine fishes
    • Natural and applied Science Bulletin Volume v. 2, No. no. 1
    • (Oct. 1927) Alcohol addition products of the bromo derivative of mixed ethers and bromo derivative of diphenyl-isopropyl ether
    • Philippine Journal of Science Volume v. 34, No. no. 2
    • A. F. O. Germann, (Dec. 1925) An ebullition device for low temperature and vacuum distillation
    • Journal of Physical Chemistry Volume v. 29, No. no. 12
    • A. F. O. Gernann, (Nov. 1925) The phosgene-aluminates of sodium, strontium and barium
    • Journal of Physical Chemistry , No. no. 11
    • (1926) Compounds of alkali metals and mixed ethers containing isoalkyl radicals
    • Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science Volume v.3
    • (1926) Phosgene-aluminates of lithium, magnesium, potassium and lead: molecular association in phosgene solution
    • Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science Volume v. 33
    • (Oct. 1931) Behavior of certain mixed ether towards bromine, nitric acid and hydrobromic acid
    • Natural and Applied Science Bulletin Volume v. 1, No. nos. 2-3
    • (May 1930) Phenolic decomposition of certain mixed ethers. I. The velocity constant
    • Journal of the American Chemical Society Volume v. 52, No. no. 5
    • (1927) Steric hindrance in the behavior of phenyl alkyl ethers and their derivatives
    • Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science Volume v. 34
    • L. Chas. Reiford, (June 1929) The action of bromine on certain mixed ethers
    • Journal of the American Society Volume v. 51, No. no. 6
    • (1933) Some acyl derivatives of phenatidines, (m. Huant),
    • Natural and Applied Science Bulletin Volume v. 3, No. p. 1-5
    • J. S. Vibar, (June 1936) On dechlorination of chlorinated lumbang oil
    • Natural and Applied Science Bulletin Volume v. 5, No. no. 2
    • (April 1937) On naturally occurring linolic acid in cotton seed and soya bean oils and the regenerated linolic acid from the alpha linolic acid tetrabromide of thes oils
    • Journal of the American Chemical Society Volume v. 59, No. no. 4
    • F. Millar, JR., E. Nessia, F. Tagorda, (July 1939) Properties of coconut oil prepared directly from fresh coconut milk
    • Natural and Applied Science Bulletin Volume v. 7, No. no. 1
    • (1st Quarter 1954) Quality coconut oil
    • Chemical Engineering Journal Volume v. 6, No. no. 1
    • (April - June 1961) The coconut industry of Brazil
    • Nutrition News Volume v. 14, No. no. 2
    • A. L. Gonzales, (Dec. 1961) Critical study of the saponification value of coconut oil
    • Philippine Journal of Science Volume v. 90, No. no. 4
    • A. L. Gonzales, M. P. Santos, (Sept. 1962) Critical study of the saponification values of naturally occurring fats and oils
    • Philippine Journal of Science Volume v. 91, No. no. 3
    • (July 1963) Certain aryl-alkyl ethers
    • Natural and Applied Science Bulletin Volume v. 18, No. no. 2
    • Antonia L. Gonzales, Milagros P. Santos, (March 1963) The nature am dproperties of the emulsifier system of oil globules in coconut milk and cream
    • Philippine Journal of Science Volume v. 92, No. no. 11
    • Lope L. Leoneo, (June 1966) 9, 10-dihydroxystearuc acud of naturally occurring fatty acids of twenty different fats and oils
    • Philippine Journal of Science Volume v. 95, No. no. 2
    • A. L. Gonzales, T. V. Calzada, S. Soriano, (July 15-21, 1968) The acquired brown color of coconut oil
    • Proceedings of the National Science and Technology Week , No. p. 651-674
    • (July 1968) Coconut Milk powder
    • NIST Technical Bulletin No. 2
    • Conchita R. Nuevo, M. P. Santos, (July 15-21, 1968) Creditability of phospolipid equivalent in milligram KOH an index of relative stability of fats and oils
    • Proceedings of the National Science and Technology Week
    • (July 15-21, 1968) Critical study of the saponification values of naturally occurring fats and oils
    • Proceedings of the National Science and Technology Week
    • (July 15-21, 1968) Darkening of coconut proteins
    • Proceedings of the National Science and Technology Week
    • A. L. Gonzales, Teresit V. Calzada, (July 15-12, 1968) Distribution of oil, moisture and proteins in three sections of coconut meat namely paring, middle portion and the inner portion both by coconut water, average oil content of nuts from different sections of the country
    • Proceedings of the National Science and Technology Week
    • (July 15-21, 1968) High quality water white coconut oil of the physico-mechanical process
    • Proceedings of the National Science and Technology Week
    • Conchita R. Nuevo, M. P. Santos, (July 15-21, 1968) Our concepts of anti-oxidant in fats and oils
    • Proceedings of the National Science and Technology Week
    • Conchita R. Nuevo, Teresita V. Calzada, (July 15-21, 1968) Separation of the known proteins of coconut milk
    • Proceedings of the National Science and Technology Week
    • Conchita R. Nuevo, Teresit V. Calzada, (June 1968) A Study on the preparation of evaporate coconut milk
    • Science Bulletin Volume v. 12, No. no. 4
    • Conchita R. Nuevo, A. L. Gonzales, (July 1968) Substractive process of preparing quality water oil
    • NIST Technical Bulletin , No. no. 3
    • Conchita R. Nuevo, M. P. Santos, (July 15-21, 1968) Unknown proteins in coconut milk
    • Proceedings of the National Science and Technology Week

Trainings

    • Studied the conidtion of coconut oil of Brazil, 1959 - 1960, Instituto Nacional de Oleos of Brazil