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  • Professor of Chemistry at the City and Guilds of London Central Institute, South Kensington. Author of Introduction to the Study of Organic Chemistry. This author
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  • Victor18481911Belgian chemist and physicist. Professor of Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry University of Liége. President of the Royal Academy of
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  • M. P. E. BERTHELOT   UNTIL a few years ago, investigation in organic chemistry was pursued almost wholly by the road of analysis. As Gerhardt wrote
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  • appointed professor of organic chemistry at the École Supérieure de Pharmacie, and in 1865 he accepted the new chair of organic chemistry, which was specially
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  • he was appointed professor of chemistry at Montpcllier. About this time he published his ‘Summary of Organic Chemistry.’ In 1848 he resigned the chair
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  • chemist, born at Hamburg. He studied chemistry at Göttingen, and became assistant to Wöhler, the celebrated organic chemist, in 1858. From 1860 to 1870
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  • appeared as a ‘Manual of Organic Chemistry.’ In 1874 he published a short work on the ‘Rise and Development of Organic Chemistry,’ in which the chief events
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Wurtz, Charles Adolphe (category EB1911:Science:Chemistry)
    École de Médecine, and four years later began to give lectures on organic chemistry in his place. His laboratory at the École de Médecine was very poor
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  • and biological chemistry Instructions for the chemical analysis of organic bodies, 1839 (short work) external scan Organic chemistry in its applications
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  • of organic chemistry at the Sorbonne. Afterwards he became professor at the Agronomic Institute of Versailles (1851), professor of organic chemistry at
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  • Präparate (5th ed. 1896) is well known to every student of organic chemistry. In 1902 he received the Nobel prize for distinguished research in chemistry.
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  • in Utrecht, Kekulé in Bonn and Würtz in Paris, and therefore, in organic chemistry. He raised and answered the question, what is the arrangement in three
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  • Chemistry,’ ‘Instructions for Chemical Analysis of Organic Bodies,’ ‘Agricultural Chemistry,’ ‘Chemistry of Food,’ and ‘Researches on the Motion of the Juices
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  • QD1-999 Chemistry QD1-65 General Including alchemy QD71-142 Analytical chemistry QD146-197 Inorganic chemistry QD241-441 Organic chemistry QD415-436
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  • chair of organic chemistry. He died at Montauban on the 10th of April 1899. Friedel achieved distinction both in mineralogy and organic chemistry. In the
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  • results. When he began with organic chemistry, it was in its infancy, and chiefly confined to the production of a few organic compounds by laboratory decomposition
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Hydrocarbon (category EB1911:Science:Chemistry)
    derivatives, they are studied as a separate branch of the science, namely, organic chemistry. See Chemistry for an account of their classification, &c.
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  • became professor of chemistry at Erlangen 1882, filling a similar chair at Würzburg 1885. He was appointed professor of organic chemistry at the University
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  • Sept. 5 1917. Up to within a year of his death he continued in full active work as one of the best-known teachers in the world of organic chemistry.
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  • personal narrative, an extended account of Liebig's researches in organic chemistry. As has often happened in the case of those who have become eminent
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