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Quinine: two young chemists end a century's search by making drug synthetically from coal tar


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This is an issue of Life, a weekly illustrated journal published by the Time-Life Company. This issue is for the week of June 5, 1944. This issue of Life contained a text-and-pictures article of the synthesis of synthetic quinine by Woodward and Doering. This copy is signed by William von Eggers Doering.

From Life. Vol. 16, no. 23 (June 5, 1944).

Signed by William Von Eggers Doering on page 85.

Source of acquisition--Jeff Seeman. Method of acquisition--gift 2006..

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