Euler-Chelpin

[ oi-luhr-kel-pin ]
/ ˈɔɪ lərˈkɛl pɪn /

noun

Hans Karl Au·gust Si·mon von [hahns kahrl -ou-goost -zee-mawn fuhn], /hɑns kɑrl ˈaʊ gʊst ˈzi mɔn fən/, 1873–1964, German chemist in Sweden: Nobel Prize 1929.

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British Dictionary definitions for Euler-Chelpin

Euler-Chelpin
/ (German ˈɔɪlər ˈkɛlpiːn) /

noun

Hans (Karl August) von. 1873–1964, Swedish biochemist, born in Germany: shared the Nobel prize for chemistry (1929) with Sir Arthur Harden for their work on enzymes: father of Ulf von Euler
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