[ kan-uh-zahr-oh; Italian kahn-need-dzahr-raw ]
/ ˌkæn əˈzɑr oʊ; Italian ˌkɑn nidˈdzɑr rɔ /
Sta·nis·la·o [stah-neez-lah-aw] /ˌstɑ nizˈlɑ ɔ/, 1826–1910, Italian chemist.
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The advent of the Cannizzaro woman was to the Visconti like the irruption of the Huns of old.The Greville Memoirs (Second Part)|Charles C. F. Greville
In 1858 the work of Cannizzaro appeared, and a general revision of chemical formul became necessary.