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The Nobel Foundation presents a biographical sketch of German chemist Richard Adolf Zsigmondy (1865-1929). Zsigmondy was awarded the 1925 Nobel prize for chemistry for his work on the heterogeneous nature of colloid solutions.





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Chemistry 1922 1941

Richard Adolf Zsigmondy was born in Vienna on April 1 , 1865 . His father , doctor Adolf Zsigmondy , had done a great deal to promote dentistry in Austria , had invented several surgical instruments and devices , and had published ...

Author: Nobelstiftelsen



Category: Chemistry


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Hierarchical Macromolecular Structures 60 Years after the Staudinger Nobel Prize I

... given 1913 Alfred Werner 1925 Richard Adolf Zsigmondy 1914 Theodore William Richards 1926 Theodor Svedberg 1915 Richard Martin Willsta ̈tter 1927 Heinrich Otto Wieland 1916 Not given 1928 Adolf Otto Reinhold Windaus 1917 Not given ...

Author: Virgil Percec

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319011375

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Advances in Polymer Science enjoys a longstanding tradition and good reputation in its community. Each volume is dedicated to a current topic, and each review critically surveys one aspect of that topic, to place it within the context of the volume. The volumes typically summarize the significant developments of the last 5 to 10 years and discuss them critically, presenting selected examples, explaining and illustrating the important principles, and bringing together many important references of primary literature. On that basis, future research directions in the area can be discussed. Advances in Polymer Science volumes thus are important references for every polymer scientist, as well as for other scientists interested in polymer science - as an introduction to a neighboring field, or as a compilation of detailed information for the specialist.

The Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Science

... Adolf von Baeyer 1906 Henri Moissan 1907 Eduard Buchner 1908 Ernest Rutherford 1909 Wilhelm Ostwald 1910 OttoWallach 1911 Marie Curie 1912 Victor Grignard, Paul Sabatier 1913 Alfred Werner 1914 Theodore William Richards 1915 Richard ...

Author: John L. Heilbron

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195112290

Category: Science

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Containing 609 encyclopedic articles written by more than 200 prominent scholars, The Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Science presents an unparalleled history of the field invaluable to anyone with an interest in the technology, ideas, discoveries, and learned institutions that have shaped our world over the past five centuries. Focusing on the period from the Renaissance to the early twenty-first century, the articles cover all disciplines (Biology, Alchemy, Behaviorism), historical periods (the Scientific Revolution, World War II, the Cold War), concepts (Hypothesis, Space and Time, Ether), and methodologies and philosophies (Observation and Experiment, Darwinism). Coverage is international, tracing the spread of science from its traditional centers and explaining how the prevailing knowledge of non-Western societies has modified or contributed to the dominant global science as it is currently understood. Revealing the interplay between science and the wider culture, the Companion includes entries on topics such as minority groups, art, religion, and science's practical applications. One hundred biographies of the most iconic historic figures, chosen for their contributions to science and the interest of their lives, are also included. Above all The Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Science is a companion to world history: modern in coverage, generous in breadth, and cosmopolitan in scope. The volume's utility is enhanced by a thematic outline of the entire contents, a thorough system of cross-referencing, and a detailed index that enables the reader to follow a specific line of inquiry along various threads from multiple starting points. Each essay has numerous suggestions for further reading, all of which favor literature that is accessible to the general reader, and a bibliographical essay provides a general overview of the scholarship in the field. Lastly, as a contribution to the visual appeal of the Companion, over 100 black-and-white illustrations and an eight-page color section capture the eye and spark the imagination.

Longing Belonging and the Making of Jewish Consumer Culture

Yet another Jewish journalist, Arnold Höllriegel (the pseudonym of Richard Adolf Bermann) frequented the Café des Westens because it was home to the bohème and literati scene of Berlin in the early twentieth century.38 Is his ...

Author: Gideon Reuveni

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004186034

Category: Social Science

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The Institute of Jewish Studies, founded in 1954 by the late Alexander Altmann, is dedicated to the promotion of all aspects of scholarship in Jewish Studies and related fields. Its programmes include public lectures, seminars, and annual conferences. All lectures and conferences are open to the general public. Jewish history has been extensively studied from social, political, religious, and intellectual perspectives, but the history of Jewish consumption and leisure has largely been ignored. The hitherto neglect of scholarship on Jewish consumer culture arises from the tendency within Jewish studies to chronicle the production of high culture and entrepreneurship. Yet consumerism played a central role in Jewish life. This volume is the first of its kind to deal with the topic of Jewish consumer culture. It gives new insights on Jewish belongings and longings and provides multiple readings of Jewish consumer culture as a vehicle of integration and identity in modern times

Bibliography on the History of Chemistry and Chemical Technology 17th to the 19th Century Bibliographie zur Geschichte der Chemie und chemischen Technologie 17 bis 19 Jahrhundert

Bd 7a, SUPP1~ P- "96 Ш. Ш: sieh-rd Adolf яиц-ищи. - nu Rax-tam (1967). P- 420/421 Additional literature: иена-а Adolf zeig-andy. In: Deho» (1966), p. 1848 Reprints and {шиит of „пиит: шип. AMW: Richard Zsigsondy. In: Dtsch. uohelprelnr.

Author: Valentin Wehefritz

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3110974207

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Nobel Laureates in Chemistry 1901 1992

1925 NOBEL LAUREATE Richard Zsigmondy 1865-1929 Copyright Nobel Foundation Richard Adolf Zsigmondy was born April 1 , 1865 , in Vienna , Austria . He received the 1925 Nobel Prize for his pivotal role in elucidating the nature of ...

Author: James K. Laylin

Publisher: Chemical Heritage Foundation

ISBN: 9780841226906

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Through new perspectives from a mix of original monographs, biographies, autobiographical memoirs, edited collections of essays and documentary sources, translations, classic reprints, and pictorial volumes, this series will document the individuals, ideas, institutions, and innovations that have created the modern chemcial sciences.

Reader s Guide to the History of Science

2, Berlin: Chemie, 1930 Willstatter, Richard, Aus meinem l.eben: Von Arbeit, Musse und Freunden, edited by Arthur Stoll, Weinhem: Chemie, 1949 Adolf von Baeyer received the Nobel prize in 1905 for his contribution to the development of ...

Author: Arne Hessenbruch

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134263015

Category: History

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The Reader's Guide to the History of Science looks at the literature of science in some 550 entries on individuals (Einstein), institutions and disciplines (Mathematics), general themes (Romantic Science) and central concepts (Paradigm and Fact). The history of science is construed widely to include the history of medicine and technology as is reflected in the range of disciplines from which the international team of 200 contributors are drawn.

European Artists II

327 , 404 HOELLERING , Stephanie , 122 HOELZEL ( HÖLZEL ) , Adolf Richard , 122 HOERLE ( HÖRLE ) , Heinrich , 122 HOFER , Karl ( Carl ) , 122 , 310 , 343 HOFFMANN , Harm Hermann , 123 HOFFMANN , Joachim , 123 HÖFINGER , Oskar E .

Author: John Castagno



Category: Art

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John Castagno's Artists' Signatures and Monograms have become the standard reference source for galleries, museums, libraries, and collectors around the world. Whether used to identify, authenticate, or verify signatures and works of both well-known and little-known artists, Castagno's work has no equal. In the first volume of European Artists Signatures and Monograms, 1800-1990 (Scarecrow, 1990), Castagno provided identification for more than 4,800 artists' signatures, along with biographical information and reference sources. This second volume on European artists is a continuation of the identification of artists' signatures, with some 2,100 artists and 3,000 signature examples. In addition to the standard signature entries, the book features sections for monograms and initials, common surname signatures, alternative surname signatures, symbols, Cyrillic Signatures, and illegible signatures. Less than five percent of the entries in this volume are listed in the original volume--and these are included to provide additional information about the artists. The use of European Artists II: Signatures and Monograms From 1800 provides the researcher a reference tool not duplicated elsewhere--one that will save many hours of research.

The Foreigner s Guide to German Universities

... Adolf von Baeyer 1905, Eduard Buchner 1907, Wilhelm Ostwald 1909, Otto Wallach 1910, Richard Martin Willstätter 1915, Fritz Haber 1918, Walther Hermann Nernst 1920, Richard Adolf Zsigmondy 1925, Heinrich Otto Wieland 1927, ...

Author: Albrecht Behmel

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 3838268326

Category: Foreign Language Study

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Figuring out the many new terms confronting international students at German-language universities can be difficult. Even if the degree program is in English, most administrative work has to be done in German, and the bureaucratic university jargon is a language in and of itself. This guide aims to help international students and researchers understand the structures and organization of German universities by providing in-depth descriptions of terms and their origins, allowing for easier integration into the host university and its culture.