Klaproth


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Noun1.Klaproth - German chemist who pioneered analytical chemistry and discovered three new elements (1743-1817)Klaproth - German chemist who pioneered analytical chemistry and discovered three new elements (1743-1817)
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The BWF executive team will continue under the capable leadership of its principals Birkholz, Katrina Klaproth, and Mark Marshall.
Kohnen ve Klaproth postoperatif insizyon buyukluklerinin preoperatif insizyon buyukluklerinden belirgin olarak fazla oldugunu yara yerindeki genislemenin sadece IOL implantasyonu sirasinda olmadigini, IOL implantasyonu oncesindeki prosedurlerde de gerceklestigini gosterdiler (34).
"Our brand is generating an ever-growing amount of international attention and enjoying increasing recognition," says Susanne Klaproth, project director for the DOMOTEX Worldwide portfolio of events.
Abel Remusat's copy of the Notitia was in turn handcopied ten times by others, including by Julius Klaproth and Stanislas Julien.
Randal Ann Klaproth, development director for Metropolis, points to the staging of "Frindle," by Andrew Clements, which has become an annual favorite for school groups.
Studies began in the latter half of the 18th century; from 1770 to 1808 prominent scholars of German origin--Samuel Gottlieb Gmelin, Johan Anton Guldenstadt, Julius Heinrich Klaproth, and others--individually or as members of expeditions collected economic and geographical information about the Caucasus.
In 1789 the German chemist Martin Klaproth discovered a new element.
The discovery of the element is credited to the German chemist, Martin Heinrich Klaproth [5].
Lopez refers to a number of luminaries representative of the developing European interest in Buddhist texts--Julius Heinrich Klaproth (1783-1835), Jean-Pierre Abel-Remusat (1788-1832), Alexander Csoma de Koros (1784-1842), and others.