Castner, Hamilton Young


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  • Castner , Hamilton Young — (1858–1898) American chemist Born in New York City, Castner studied at Brooklyn Polytechnic and at Columbia University, New York. He started as a chemical consultant in 1879 and moved to Britain in 1886 when he failed to gain any backing in… …   Scientists

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  • Hamilton Castner — Hamilton Young Castner (* 11. September 1858 in Brooklyn; † 11. Oktober 1899 in Saranac Lake, Franklin County (New York)) war ein US amerikanischer chemischer Industrieller. Er besuchte das Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute und dann die Columbia… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Kellner , Karl — (1851–1905) Austrian chemical engineer. See Castner, Hamilton Young …   Scientists

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