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Brønsted, J. N.

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Laerebog I Fysisk Kemi

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Kobenhavn: Levin & Munksgaard, 1936. First edition. Quarto in beige cloth; 471 pages diagrams 24 cm. Exterior slightly foxed else tight and very good, with a few hand-written notes on pencil. Hardcover.

In Danish. Jacinto Steinhardt's copy with his, signature, notes, note sheets laid in. Johannes Nicolaus Brønsted (Danish, 1879-1947) was a Danish physical chemist, who developed the Brønsted–Lowry acid–base theory simultaneously with and independently of Martin Lowry. ¶ "Jacinto (Jay) Steinhardt was a pioneer in military operations research and a founding member of the Operations Research Society of America (ORSA). He went on to serve as the society’s third president in 1954. Steinhardt was born in New York City and received all three of his degree locally at Columbia University. After earning his doctorate in chemistry in 1934, he became a National Research Fellow at the Physical-Chemical Institute in Copenhagen. He would go on to hold positions at the Physiological Laboratory in England, the Physical-Chemical Institute in Upsala, Sweden, and the Harvard Medical School. In 1938, he joined the National Bureau of Standards as a physical chemist."—

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