1906
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Abstract: A. W e r n e r und W. P e t e r s : Ueber die Condensation von Phenylhydrazin mit p-Chlornt-nitro-benzo~saureester. (Eingegangen am 2. Januar 1906.) Die im Folgenden beschriebenen, schon vor mehreren Jahren ausgefuhrten Versuchel) bezweckten, im Anschluss an die Arbeit von A. W e r n e r und E. S t i a s n y i b e r Nitrazo-und Nitrazooxy-Verbindungena), das damals noch unbekannte o-Nitrazobenzol darznstellen. Diese Versuche fiihrten nicht zum Ziele, doch ergaben sie eine Reihe von Verbindungen, deren Kenntnis… Show more

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“…Kauffman's complete Werner bibliography [8] includes one paper 'with' W. Peters; unlike Grebe and Kruh, he apparently worked on a purely organic project. [15] I have found no evidence of post-PhD careers in chemistry for any of these three students. There was a Walter Peters (1876-?)…”
Section: Werner's Influence On the American Inorganic Renaissancementioning
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“…Kauffman's complete Werner bibliography [8] includes one paper 'with' W. Peters; unlike Grebe and Kruh, he apparently worked on a purely organic project. [15] I have found no evidence of post-PhD careers in chemistry for any of these three students. There was a Walter Peters (1876-?)…”
Section: Werner's Influence On the American Inorganic Renaissancementioning