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Extractions: Nobel Prizes in Chemistry This Year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry VAN'T HOFF, JACOBUS HENRICUS, the Netherlands, Berlin University, Germany, * 1852, + 1911: "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by the discovery of the laws of chemical dynamics and osmotic pressure in solutions". FISCHER, HERMANN EMIL, Germany, Berlin University, * 1852, + 1919 "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by his work on sugar and purine syntheses". ARRHENIUS, SVANTE AUGUST, Sweden, Stockholm University, * 1859, + 1927 "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered to the advancement of chemistry by his electrolytic theory of dissociation". RAMSAY, Sir WILLIAM, Great Britain, London University, * 1852, + 1916: "in recognition of his services in the discovery of the inert gaseous elements in air, and his determination of their place in the periodic system". VON BAEYER, JOHANN FRIEDRICH WILHELM ADOLF, Germany, Munich University, * 1835, + 1917: "in recognition of his services in the advancement of organic chemistry and the chemical industry, through his work on organic dyes and hydroaromatic compounds".
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Result Of Desired Function nobel Laureats in Chemistry. nobel Foundation. Year. Name. Motivation. 1901. 1939.butenandt, adolf friedrich johann. for his work on sex hormones . RUZICKA LEOPOLD. http://chemistry.sogang.ac.kr/ChemInfo/Nobeleng.html
Result Of Desired Function 1938. KUHN, RICHARD. for his work on carotenoids and vitamins . 1939. butenandt,adolf friedrich johann. for his work on sex hormones . RUZICKA LEOPOLD. http://chemistry.sogang.ac.kr/ChemInfo/Nobel.html
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The Nobel Lauriates Of Germany. by the authorities of his country to decline the award but later received the diplomaand the medal.) adolf friedrich johann butenandt 1939 nobel Laureate in http://126.96.36.199/cultfair/99-00/demillen/cfai.htm
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Extractions: Nobel Prize in Chemistry Winners 1998-1901 brought to you by The Nobel Prize Internet Archive Proposal: Benoit Champagne for his elucidation of chaotic trajectories of drunken dancers The prize was divided, one half being awarded jointly to: P AUL D. B OYER and J OHN E. W ALKER for their elucidation of the enzymatic mechanism underlying the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and with one half to: J ENS C. S KOU for the first discovery of an ion-transporting enzyme, Na , K -ATPase. The prize was awarded jointly to: R OBERT F. C URL, ... ROTO , and R ICHARD E. S MALLEY for their discovery of fullerenes. The prize was awarded jointly to: P AUL C RUTZEN ... OLINA , and F S HERWOOD R ... OWLAND for their work in atmospheric chemistry, particularly concerning the formation and decomposition of ozone. G EORGE A O ... LAH for his contribution to carbocation chemistry. The prize was awarded for contributions to the developments of methods within DNA-based chemistry equally between: K ARY B M ... ULLIS for his invention of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method. and M ICHAEL S MITH for his fundamental contributions to the establishment of oligonucleiotide-based, site-directed mutagenesis and its development for protein studies.
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Extractions: Japanese Amazon.com customer service Amazon.com Shipping Information Are you in Japan? Are you interested in Japan? English Books in Japan Books in Japanese Nobel Prize in Chemistry last updated on Link: Official Website of Nobel Foundation: Chemistry Chemistry : Alan J. Heeger Alan G. MacDiarmid and Hideki Shirakawa "for the discovery and development of conductive polymers" Professor Ahmed H. Zewail California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA@for showing that it is possible with rapid laser technique to see how atoms in a molecule move during a chemical reaction. PAUL D. BOYER and JOHN E. WALKER for their elucidation of the enzymatic mechanism underlying the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) ; JENS C. SKOU for the first discovery of an ion-transporting enzyme, Na+, K+-ATPase. ROBERT F. CURL, Jr. SIR HAROLD W. KROTO , and RICHARD E. SMALLEY
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Biographies Of Chemists Bunsen, Wilhelm Bunsen (UK) E. butenandt, adolf friedrich johann nobel prizeChemistry 1939 E (SE). Calvin, Melvin nobel prize Chemistry 1961 E (SE). http://www.chemlin.de/chemistry/chemists.htm
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Today In Technology History - Mar 24 adolf friedrich johann butenandt was born exactly one century ago, on March 24,1903, in and in 1939 he was denied permission to accept the nobel Prize that http://www.tecsoc.org/pubs/history/2003/mar24.htm
Extractions: Today in Technology History (Published weekdays. To receive "Today in Technology History" by e-mail, click here To read past issues, click here March 24 The birth control pill, a technology that has had an enormous effect on society, might not exist if not for two men born on March 24. Adolf Friedrich Johann Butenandt was born exactly one century ago, on March 24, 1903, in northern Germany. He studied biochemistry and became a research professor, concentrating on hormones, a class of chemicals that regulate the body. In 1929, he became the first scientist to isolate a female sex hormone, and in the following years he successfully isolated more sex hormones including progesterone, a hormone that inhibits ovulation. Unfortunately, because he lived in Germany, his work suffered under the Nazi dictatorship: In 1936, he was forbidden to accept a professorship at Harvard, and in 1939 he was denied permission to accept the Nobel Prize that was awarded to him for his work with hormones. (He got his prize after the Nazis were gone.) He retired in 1971 and died in 1995, having made enormous contributions to our understanding of the chemicals that make our bodies work. The American gynecologist John Charles Rock was born exactly 13 years before Butenandt, on March 24, 1890, in Massachusetts. He studied medicine and psychology at Harvard and he enjoyed the company of Boston's social elite. He did research on human conception, and in the 1950s he joined two other scientists in testing the use of progesterone one of the hormones that Butenandt had discovered as a contraceptive. This research led directly to the birth control pill. Rock's outspoken advocacy on behalf of the pill alienated him from his Catholic associates (he was devoutly Catholic himself) and made him a controversial public figure. He was forced into retirement in the early 1970s. Having neglected his finances, he died in penury in 1984.
Chemists That Shaped The Science Giulio Natta, (19031979); adolf friedrich butenandt, (1903 1939- ); Sidney Altman,(1939- ); johann Deisenhofer, (1943 from the following books nobel Laurates in http://www.pmf.ukim.edu.mk/PMF/Chemistry/chemists/chem.htm
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Extractions: Polarized Light Gallery Testosterone Testosterone is the major steroidal hormone produced by the interstitial cells of Leydig in the male testes. Lesser amounts of this hormone are produced in the adrenal glands of both sexes. Synthetic testosterone forms a white or slightly creamy white crystalline powder or crystals that are practically insoluble in water and freely soluble in alcohol, chloroform, and vegetable oils. Odorless, crystalline testosterone melts from 153 to 157 degrees Celsius. View a second image of testosterone. The male androgens, including testosterone, are responsible for spermatogenesis, sexual differentiation, development of secondary sexual characteristics, and male pattern baldness. The dreaded cholesterol is the immediate precursor of gonadal steroids and the daily secretion rate for the average adult man is about 5 milligrams. In the blood, testosterone is carried by a plasma protein known as sex hormone binding globulin. Only about 2 percent of the circulating testosterone is able to enter cells and exert its metabolic effects, while most is metabolized to 17-ketosteroids in the liver, and after transformation to sulfate or glucuronide, is excreted in the urine. In addition to metabolic and physical changes linked to testosterone's action, behavioral changes including aggression initiate at puberty. Surprisingly, because of a steroid feedback loop, exogenous testosterone may actually result in a decrease in sperm count. Formerly known as androsterone, Nobel Laureate Adolf Friedrich Johann Butenandt (1939 in Chemistry) first isolated testosterone as a chloroform extract from male urine. He found that the crystalline substance, with the physiological properties of a male sex hormone, had some similarities with the female sex hormone estrogen. Based on the molecular structure of cholesterol, Butenandt outlined the formula for testosterone in 1934. Independently, Dr. Leopold Ruzicka, the Croatian co-winner of the chemistry award in 1939, synthesized androsterone from epi-cholestanol. Because of political pressure associated with the beginning of World War II, Dr. Butenandt, a German biochemist, did not receive his gold medal and diploma until 1949.