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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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Until recently, there were limited data supporting the use of the NRS in children (Castarlenas, Jensen, von Baeyer, & Miro, 2017).
Incorporation of individual differences in attributions into the study of causal attributions has been successful, most notably with the Attributional Style Questionnaire (ASQ; Peterson, Semmel, von Baeyer, Abramson, Metalsky, & Seligman, 1982; see also Peterson & Seligman, 1984; Sweeney, Anderson, & Bailey, 1986).
A lista de ganhadores do Premio Nobel de Quimica tambem impressiona: van't Hoff (1901), Fischer (1902), von Baeyer (1905), Buchner (1907), Willstatter (1915), Haber (1918), Nernst (1920), Debye (1936), Butenandt (1939), Hahn (1944), Diels (1950).
The COPAIN-Dancer is a self-report scale, considering that from age three, it is possible to obtain an oral report, written or nonverbal describing thoughts, feelings, and actions related of pain (Von Baeyer, 2013).
Paupers Press is offering a copperplate photogravure by Jake & Dinos Chapman, while Emanuel von Baeyer unveils a major collection of Italian prints, including examples by Parmigianino and Castiglione.
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).
(28.) Baxter AL, Cohen LL, McElvery HL, Lawson ML, von Baeyer CL.