By George B. Kauffman
A new release in the past, near1y all students who p1anned to develop into chemists have been required to take a path within the background in their topic, yet these days, such classes should not required, and in lots of schoo1s, aren't even provided. it really is argued that the topic of chemistry is increasing so rapid1y that scholars can hard1y grasp the cloth which fills the hot textual content books, to claim not anything of 1earning what chemists idea and did a century in the past. even supposing this perspective has a few validity, it fails take into consideration the even more vital undeniable fact that one can't fairly comprehend or get pleasure from the current place of technology un1ess he is aware anything of the sluggish and tortuous steps by which it deve10ped. His skill to he1p it stream ahead may be significantly improved through an figuring out of the taking into consideration the chemists who equipped the theories which we use this day. it's been tru1y stated, "He who understands on1y his personal iteration continues to be a1ways a chi1d. " the looks of a e-book which information the delivery of a very good improvement in chemistry is consequently an important occasion, and one that we welcome warmly. The occasions that are chronieled listed here are now a long way sufficient at the back of us to permit a elear evaluate in their importance, yet elose sufficient that there nonetheless stay a number of those that knew WERNER for my part, and who've preserved intimate documents of his paintings. therefore, Prof.
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How can we account for "the flash of genius" that gave birth to this highly original theory? How can we explain the sudden, subconscious, visual illumination experienced late one night in 1892 by a young, relatively inexperienced PrivatDozent slumbering in bis bed in the Hotel Pfauen in Zürich? How can we analyze the uncanny insight that in one stroke united under one all-encompassing viewpoint a myriad of previously unexplained "molecular compounds"? Tbe factors involved in creative work have been discussed for thousands of years.
17-20)], a new laboratory, shared with the Polytechnikum until 1887, was erected on the Rämistrasse, and it was in this building that WERNER was to perform the major portion of his life's work. We shall later (Chap. 8) have occasion to ex amine in detail its inadequacies and WERNER'S consequent frustrations in carrying out research within its narrow confines. Although the cantonal university's chemistry faculty was not graced with quite the array of illustrious figures as was the federal Polytechnikum's faculty, it nevertheless had its share of prominent chemists.
The cumulative effect of all these achievements was that on Oct. 13, 1890 the twenty-three-year-old ALFRED WERNER was awarded the degree Doktor der Philosophie "unter besonderer Anerkennung vorzüglicher Leistung" (with special recognition of superior performance). He had made the most of the guidance of his mentors. Now he was ready to strike out completely on his own. Chapter 3 Early Successes "I already sense around me a certain cordiality of manner which everyone is anxious to let me feel," WERNER wrote to his parents on May 11, 1891.
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