David Dyrssen David Dyrssen 1922 - 2011 David Waldemar Dyrssen was born on June 10th 1922 in Tarrytown, New York State, USA to a Swedish father and American mother. He became an orphan at the age of 8, and was adopted by his father's cousin Gustaf Dyrssen. David married Margareta Ising in 1946, and they celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary in 2011 with their five children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. David passed away on 19 November 2011. David Dyrssen studied mathematics, physics and chemistry at Stockholm University College, and in 1948 began working at the Swedish Defence Research Institute (FOA). Although much of the Institute's work was classified, David was able to publish some results in the open literature, and in 1956 he defended his Ph.D. thesis "Investigations on Chelating Agents for the Extraction of Lanthanide and Actinide Elements" at Stockholm University. He was a pioneer in the development of liquid-liquid extraction. David was appointed Sweden's first professor in analytical chemistry at the University of Gothenburg in 1963. He was quick to appreciate the potential of computers, and in 1968 published the book "Computer Calculations of Ionic Equilibria and Titration Procedures". David's interest in the chemistry of seawater was
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