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James C. Carnahan Jr.

by Linda Wang
March 12, 2018 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 96, ISSUE 11

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Credit: Courtesy of Eileen Carnahan


Credit: Courtesy of Eileen Carnahan



James C. Carnahan Jr., 74, died on Jan. 8 in North Palm Beach, Fla.

“All who knew Jim Carnahan benefited from his skill and knowledge, his joyful humor, his thoughtful generosity, and his kindness. He was a great chemist, an astute thinker, and a champion of the students of a school in his community for aspiring singers.”—Thomas Katz, his friend and his first scientific collaborator

Most recent title: principal, Edison Analytical Laboratories

Education: B.S., chemistry, Columbia University, 1970; Ph.D., chemistry, University at Albany, 1973

Survivors: wife, Eileen; sons, Bryan and Scott

To recognize your late loved one or colleague, submit obituary information at cenm.ag/obits.

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