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Euler-Chelpin, Hans von

Syllabification: Eu·ler-Chel·pin, Hans von
Pronunciation: /ˌoilər ˈkelpin
( 1873–1964), Swedish biochemist; born in Germany; full name Hans Karl August Simon von Euler-Chelpin. He worked mainly on enzymes and vitamins and explained the role of enzymes in the alcoholic fermentation of sugar. He shared the 1929 Nobel Prize for Chemistry with Arthur Harden (1865–1940).

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