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Sabatier

[ sa-ba-tyey ]
/ sa baˈtyeɪ /
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noun

Paul [pawl], /pɔl/, 1854–1941, French chemist: Nobel prize 1912.

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Sabatier
/ (French sabatje) /

noun

Paul (pɔl). 1854–1941, French chemist, who discovered a process for the hydrogenation of organic compounds: shared the Nobel prize for chemistry (1912)
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