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Paper, 'Contributions to the history of aniline, azobenzole and benzidine' by A W [August Wilhelm von] Hofmann

Reference number: AP/36/21

Date: 1855

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Hofmann shares details of his experiments into the organic chemical compounds aniline, azobenzole and benzidine.

Subject: Organic chemistry

Received 30 May 1855. Read 15 June 1855.

This paper was published in full in volume 7 of the Proceedings of the Royal Society as 'Contributions to the history of aniline, azobenzole and benzidine'.

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AP/36/21
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1855
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6 pages
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Manuscript

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August Wilhelm von Hofmann

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August Wilhelm von Hofmann, Paper, 'Contributions to the history of aniline, azobenzole and benzidine' by A W [August Wilhelm von] Hofmann, 1855, AP/36/21, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/ap_36_21/paper-contributions-to-the-history-of-aniline-azobenzole-and-benzidine-by-a-w-august-wilhelm-von-hofmann, accessed on 23 April 2024

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