/ (German ˈbuːxnər) /
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Eduard (ˈeːduart). 1860–1917, German chemist who demonstrated that alcoholic fermentation is due to enzymes in the yeast: Nobel prize for chemistry 1907
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/ (German ˈbyːçnər) /
Georg (ˈɡeːɔrk). 1813–37, German dramatist; regarded as a forerunner of the Expressionists: author of Danton's Death (1835) and Woyzeck (1837)
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How to use Buchner in a sentence
As Georg Buchner, the German philosopher said, “Revolution is like Saturn, it devours its own children.”Mousavi and Karoubi Arrested: Iran's Ticking Time Bomb|Omid Memarian|March 1, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Augustus Buchner calls Grotius the greatest ornament of his time, the oracle of human wisdom, and the wonder of the age.The Life of the Truly Eminent and Learned Hugo Grotius|Jean Lvesque de Burigny
Moisten the india-rubber stopper of the Buchner's tube with water and see that it fits the mouth of the tube accurately.
Fit the india-rubber stopper tightly into the mouth of the Buchner's tube.
Put up each tube anaerobically in a Buchner's tube and incubate at 42° C.
Put up the tube cultures in Buchner's tubes and incubate anaerobically at 42° C.