[rikh-ahrt] /ˈrɪx ɑrt/ (Show IPA), 1865–1929, German chemist, born in Austria: Nobel prize 1925.
From this point, passing the Zsigmondy Hut, 7320 feet, one comes to the Bacherjoch.
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Professor Zsigmondy’s book is more technical, and deals mainly with “hydrosols” and “hydrogels.”
The London Mercury, Vol. I, Nos. 1-6, November 1919 to April 1920 Various
Richard Adolf (ˈrɪçart ˈaːdɔlf). 1865–1929, German chemist, born in Austria, noted for his work on colloidal particles and, with H. Siedentopf, his introduction (1903) of the ultramicroscope: Nobel prize for chemistry 1925
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