Author:WILLSTATTER, Richard


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Untersuchungen Uber Chlorophyll. Methoden und Ergebnisse.

By: WILLSTATTER, Richard (1872-1942) & Arthur STOLL.

Price: $183.00

Publisher: Berlin:, Julius Springer, 1913.: 1913

Seller ID: M1844

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. Willstatte... View more info

Untersuchungen uber die Assimilation der Kohlensaure.

By: WILLSTATTER, Richard (1872-1942), & Arthur STOLL.

Price: $190.00

Publisher: Berlin:, Julius Springer, 1918.: 1918

Seller ID: S1549

Tall 8vo. viii, 448 pp. 16 figs. and 1 pl. Original printed wrappers; soiled, chipped, spine split. Rubber stamps and signature of Wilhelm Friedrich Ritter, Vienna. FIRST COLLECTED EDITION of their papers on photosynthesis. Willstatter was interested in the assimilation by green plants of carbon dioxide. In 1915 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry in recognition of his "pioneering researches on plant pigments, especially chlorophyll." - DSB, XIV, pp. 411-12. View more info

Aus Meinem Leben. Von Arbeit, Muße und Freunden. Herausgegeben und mit einem Nachwort versehen von Arthur Stoll, Basel.


Price: $25.00

Publisher: Weinheim:, Verlag Chemie, (1958).: 1958

Seller ID: BL3795

Second edition. 8vo. [viii], 463 pp. Color frontis., 32 plates, index. Red cloth, dust-jacket. Publisher's cardboard slip-case. Very good +. Richard Martin Willstatter (1872 – 1942), was a German organic chemist whose study of the structure of plant pigments, chlorophyll included, won him the 1915 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. Later translated into English in 1965. View more info