Heyrovsky



[hey-rawf-skee] /ˈheɪ rɔf ski/

noun
1.
Jaroslav
[yah-raw-slahf] /ˈyɑ rɔ slɑf/ (Show IPA), 1890–1967, Czech chemist: Nobel Prize 1959.

Heyrovsky Hey·rov·sky, Jaroslav. 1890-1967.

Czechoslovakian chemist. He won a 1959 Nobel Prize for the development of polarography.

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