Carl von Than

Carl von Than

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name = Carl von Than


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birth_date = birth date|1834|12|20
birth_place = Óbecse Austria-Hungary
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death_date = death date and age|1908|7|5|1834|12|20
death_place = Budapest Austria-Hungary
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Carl von Than or Károly Than (20 December 1834 – 5 July 1924) was a Hungarian chemist. Von Than discovered Carbonyl sulfide in 1867.

References

*cite journal
title = Sitzung vom 13. Juli 1908
author = Walther Nernst
journal = Berichte der deutschen chemischen Gesellschaft
volume = 41
issue = 2
pages = 2489 – 2492
year = 1908
url =
doi = 10.1002/cber.190804102167

*cite book
title = Made in Hungary: Hungarian Contributions to Universal Culture (Gebundene Ausgabe)
author = Andrew L. Simon
publisher = Simon Pubn
year = 2001
ISBN =978-0966573428


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