Guess the Chemist (102)

  • DOI: 10.1002/chemv.202000048
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  • Published Date: 02 June 2020
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The scientist we are looking for this time made significant contributions to both organic and inorganic chemistry. After completing his or her Ph.D. in 1885, he or she worked as an assistant with the discoverer of thiophene.

Our chemist is well-known for a German-language textbook of practical organic synthesis. A formylation reaction involving hydrogen cyanide is named after him or her.

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