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Obituaries

Obituary: Lloyd R. Snyder

by Linda Wang
May 30, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 22

 

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Credit: Courtesy of John Dolan
Lloyd Snyder

Lloyd R. Snyder, 87, died on Sept. 19, 2018, in Walnut Creek, California.

“Lloyd was an outstanding scientist and a great friend, but the thing I remember most about Lloyd was his ability to teach and explain somewhat complex ideas in simple terms. He and the late Jack Kirkland taught an entire generation of scientists (more than 10,000 students) about chromatography. He was a very patient and dedicated teacher and also an outstanding writer of numerous papers and books. In addition, he won almost every major award in the fields of separation science and analytical chemistry.”—Joseph L. Glajch, friend and colleague

Most recent title: President, LC Resources

Education: BS, chemistry, 1952, and PhD, physical chemistry, 1954, University of California, Berkeley

Survivors: Wife, Barbara; daughter, Julie; sons, David, James, and Thomas; two grandchildren

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