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June 5, 1937

Festschrift zum 80. Geburstag von Hofrat Prof. Dr. Hans Molisch

JAMA. 1937;108(23):1995. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780230055028

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Abstract

As a special mark of esteem on his eightieth birthday, friends and pupils of Professor Molisch joined in honoring the Nestor of applied microchemistry by dedicating to him the results of some of their work, which was inspired by his teaching. Emil Haim, the publisher, founder and ever ready financial sponsor of Microchemie, and the editors, A. A. Benedetti-Pichler, Emich, Friedrich, the late Pregl, Lieb, Lindner, Kofler and Niederl, are to be thanked for their effort in issuing anniversary volumes at intervals in honor of the distinguished pioneers of microchemistry. Microchemistry is Austria's distinct contribution to chemistry. Without it, modern research in biologic chemistry and experimental medicine could not have progressed so rapidly. The journal Microchemie is indispensable to every biochemical worker, as it contains the minute details of procedures in microchemical investigations. It is impossible in this brief review to give due credit individually to each scholarly contribution in

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