Educator; born in Boston
, Oct. 21, 1841; graduated at Harvard College in 1861; assistant Professor
of Physics in the United States
Naval Academy in 1867-70; Professor
of Chemistry at the Western University of Pennsylvania
in 1871-74; and Professor
of Chemistry and Physics at the University
He became Professor
of Electrical Engineering in the Case School of Applied Science in 1892.
He is a member of several scientific organizations and the author of various scientific papers.