Pregl

[ prey-guhl ]
/ ˈpreɪ gəl /

noun

Fritz [frits], /frɪts/, 1869–1930, Austrian chemist: Nobel prize 1923.

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Medical definitions for Pregl

Pregl
[ prāgəl ]
Fritz 1869-1930

Austrian chemist. He won a 1923 Nobel Prize for his development of a method of analyzing organic substances weighing one milligram or less.
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