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At head of title: Aus dem Kaiser Wilhelm-Institut fUr Chemie. 227 x 159 mm. 8vo. viii, 424 pp. 16 figs., tables, bibliog., index, 11 plates (some with photographic figs.). Quarter red cloth, marbled boards, paper spine label with ms. title; rubbed. Rubber stamp of Prof. Schroeder on title, ownership signature of Robert Herbst. Very good. FIRST EDITION. The high point of Willstatter's chemical work was attained during 1905-1914, in his studies on chlorophyll and the anthocyanins. This is one in a series of publications in which Willstatter and Stoll sought to explain photosynthesis. Willstatter, noted for his work in organic chemistry, especially on alkaloids, chlorophyll, anthocyanins, and enzymes. Willstatter was awarded the 1915 Nobel Prize "for his pioneer researches on plant pigments, especially chlorophyll." Nobel, the man and his prizes. DSB, XIV, pp. 411-412; Garrison and Morton (3rd ed., 1970) 743; Nobel, the man and his prizes, p. 417; Partington, History of chemistry, IV, pp. 860-862. First Edition.
Title: Untersuchungen Uber Chlorophyll. Methoden und Ergebnisse.
Publisher: Berlin:, Julius Springer, 1913.: 1913
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