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Baeyer

(German ˈbaɪər)
n
(Biography) Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf von (joˈhan ˈfriːdrɪç ˈvɪlhɛlm ˈaːdɔlf fɔn). 1835–1917, German chemist, noted for the synthesis of indigo: Nobel prize for chemistry 1905
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Entre 1896 y 1934, Casares Gil realizo frecuentes viajes a Alemania, donde trabajo en algunos de los laboratorios mas importantes como los de Otto Honigschmid (1878-1945), Franz von Soxhlet (1848-1926), Friedrich Karl Johannes Thiele (1865-1918), y los de los premios Nobel Adolf von Baeyer (1835-1917), Heinrich Otto Wieland (1877-1957) y Richard Willstatter (1872-1942).
Emanuel von Baeyer, who has prints in his London gallery by all these artists, confirms that there is still strong institutional and private interest in work by all the leading figures, with collectors looking for an outstanding or overworked impression or an inscription that makes the print unique.
In a pilot study, the Buzzy was shown to be effective in children undergoing venipuncture (Baxter, Cohen, McElvery, Lawson & von Baeyer, 2011; Inal & Kelleci, 2012).
That's because children younger than five may "report their pain in idiosyncratic ways that appear inappropriate for the context," Chan and von Baeyer write.
von Baeyer, "Providing children with information about forthcoming medical procedures: a review and synthesis," Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, vol.
Fue descubierta por el profesor Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf von Baeyer, premio Nobel de Quimica en 1905 (14).
To that extent, pain intensity scores should be considered, following von Baeyer (2006, 2009), a needed oversimplification.
Persistent pain can interfere in the social development of children and adolescents to the extent that it prevents children from engaging in activities with their peers while increasing child dependency on caregivers (von Baeyer & Spagrud, 2003).
Watt-Watson J, McGillion M, Hunter J, Choiniere M, Clark AJ, Dewar A, Johnston C, Lynch M, Morley-Forster P, Moulin D, Thie N, von Baeyer CL, Webber K.
The importance of this process faded when Adolph von Baeyer developed a process for making synthetic indigo and Haber and Bosch came up with a method of making synthetic ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen.
Von Baeyer, "Pain in children with cerebral palsy: common triggers and expressive behaviors," Pain, vol.