Cornforth

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  • Cornforth — ist der Name von Fanny Cornforth (eigentlich Sarah Cox; 1824−1906), Modell und Muse der Präraffaeliten John W. Cornforth (* 1917), australischer Chemiker und Nobelpreisträger Siehe auch: Cornforth Reagenz, systematisch Pyridiniumdichromat (PDC),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Cornforth —   [ kɔːnfɔːθ], Sir (seit 1977) John Warcup, australisch britischer Chemiker, * Sydney 7. 9. 1917. Seit 1962 Forschungsleiter eines zur Shell Research Limited gehörenden Laboratoriums für chemische Enzymologie, seit 1971 auch Professor in Sussex.… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Cornforth — Cornforth, John W …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Cornforth — Coordinates: 54°42′10″N 1°30′56″W / 54.70288°N 1.51551°W / 54.70288; 1.51551 …   Wikipedia

  • Cornforth — This name is of English locational origin from Cornforth, a town in the parish of Bishop s Middleham, Co. Durham. The name is derived from the old English pre 7th Century corn , a transposed form of cron of cran, a crane and ford a ford which is… …   Surnames reference

  • Cornforth — /kawrn feuhrth, fawrth , fohrth /, n. Sir John Warcup /wawr kup/, born 1917, British chemist, born in Australia: Nobel prize 1975. * * * …   Universalium

  • Cornforth — /ˈkɔnfəθ/ (say kawnfuhth) noun Sir John Warcup, 1917–2013, Australian scientist working in England; shared 1975 Nobel prize for chemistry; Australian of the Year 1975 …   Australian English dictionary

  • Cornforth — /kawrn feuhrth, fawrth , fohrth /, n. Sir John Warcup /wawr kup/, born 1917, British chemist, born in Australia: Nobel prize 1975 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cornforth reagent — Other names Pyridinium dichromate Identifiers …   Wikipedia

  • Cornforth-Reagenz — Strukturformel …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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