Tabellen zur Chemischen Analyse
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Otto Wallach, born 1847, was a German chemist and professor known for identifying compounds known as terpenes. In 1910, Wallach was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on alicyclic compounds. In 1912, he was awarded the Davy Medal "on the ground of his research on the chemistry of the essential oils, and the cyclo-olefines." Wallach died in 1931 in Göttingen Germany.
Collection consists of one copy of Tabellen zur Chemischen Analyse (1910), written by Otto Wallach, and published by A. Marcus & E. Weber's Verlag.
Copy of Tabellen zur Chemischen Analyse (1910) by Otto Wallach.
Donated to the Science History Institute (formerly the Chemical Heritage Foundation) by Rudolph Pariser in October 2007.
Source of acquisition--Rudolph Pariser. Method of acquisition--gift;; Date of acquisition--200710..
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