How to use Beckmann in a sentence
Beckmann recommends aiming for one gram of protein per pound of body weight per day while recovering from an injury, so 140 grams for a 140-pound person.
Azoximes can also be produced from α-benzil dioxime by the "Beckmann" change.
His younger brother, Thomas Beckmann, who had also taken part in the revolution, was acquitted.The German Element in Brazil | Benjamin Franklin Schappelle
Beckmann's picture represents the last of the epoch-making musicians, Richard Wagner.
Catalogues of such books began to be published, according to Beckmann, in 1554.
This work entitles Beckmann to be regarded as the founder of scientific technology, a term which he was the first to use in 1772.
British Dictionary definitions for Beckmann
Ernst Otto (ɛrnst ˈɔːto). 1853–1923, German chemist: devised the Beckmann thermometer, used for measuring small temperature changes in liquids
Max (maks). 1884–1950, German expressionist painter
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