Carothers



Wallace Hume, 1896–1937, U.S. chemist: associated with the invention of synthetic nylon material.
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Yet, says Carothers, “his view was not driving U.S. policy towards Egypt.”
Obama and the State Department’s Challenge in Egypt Tara McKelvey May 26, 2012

Carothers
(kə-rŭ’ərz)
American chemist who developed the synthetic material nylon, which was patented in 1937.

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