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Cooperation between Windaus and Hess led to confirming this relationship while revealing the existence of several forms of vitamin D. Whereas ergosterol or vitamin D2 is found in plants, vitamin D3 or cholecalciferol, involved in Harden, Arthur (Manchester, England, October 12, 1865 - Bourne End, England, June 17, 1940 ). English biochemist. Nobel Prize for Chemistry, along with Hans von Euler - Chelpin, for work on the fermentation of sugar. The young Arthur Harden, the only son in a family of 9 children, was first welcomed at the Owens College of the University of Manchester, where he became a chemistry HO CH2 H O H H OH H OH HO H OH Glucose ATP ADP O P CH2 O H H H OH O P HO H OH H O CH2 H CH2 HO H OH OH OH Glucose 6 - phosphate P H Fructose 1,6 diphosphate Cytosol, the where occurs Cytosol, siteglycolysis of cell glycolysis ATP ADP P O CH2 H O CH2 H OH CH2OH C C CHOH O O HO CH2 H O P CH2 O P OH OH H Fructose 6 - diphosphate Dihydroxyacetone phosphate Glyceraldehyde 3 - phosphate Arthur Harden Glycolysis, the first steps.

Between 1946 and 1949, Bergius worked as an expert at the Ministry of Industry of the Argentine government. As reserves of liquid hydrocarbons diminish, we can expect the Bergius process to have another heyday. When this happens we will have to become aware of the economic importance of hydrogen, and use methods for synthesising it that offer satisfactory energy yields. - 35 - Bosch, Karl (Cologne, Prussia, August 27, 1874 Heidelberg, Germany, April 26, 1940 ). German industrial chemist Nobel Prize for Chemistry along with Friedich Bergius for the Haber - Bosch process for devising chemical high - pressure methods in ammonia synthesis.

Physical chemist. Nobel Prize for Chemistry for her discovery of new radioactive elements prepared artificially. The same year the Nobel Prize was also awarded to her husband, Jean-Frédéric Joliot. Furthermore, she was the daughter of Pierre and Marie Curie, both of them also Nobel laureates. In 1925, Irène Curie defended a thesis on rays emitted by polonium. Appointed lecturer at the Paris Faculty of Science in 1932, she became Pro-f e s s o r t h e r e i n 1 9 3 7 . From 1936, she headed the Institute of Radium.

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