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Werner, Alfred

Syllabification: Wer·ner, Alfred
Pronunciation: /ˈvernər
  • (1866–1919), Swiss chemist, born in France. He showed that stereochemistry was general to the whole of chemistry and was a pioneer in the study of coordination compounds. Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1913).

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