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Warren K. Lewis
Warren K. Lewis (1882-1975) was an MIT professor who is considered by many to be the father of chemical engineering. He co-authored the first textbook on the subject. He also co-developed the Houdry process under contract to The Standard Oil Company of New Jersey (now ExxonMobil) into modern fluid catalytic cracking with Edwin R. Gilliland, another MIT professor.
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