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Willstätter

[ vil-shtet-uhr ]
/ ˈvɪlˌʃtɛt ər /
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noun
Rich·ard [rikh-ahrt], /ˈrɪx ɑrt/, 1872–1942, German chemist: Nobel prize 1915.
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How to use Willstätter in a sentence

  • In 1908 Willstatter and Benz produced pure chlorophyl and proved it to be a compound of magnesium.

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