Archer Martin

Archer Martin

English biochemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1952, together with Richard Singh
If every conceivable precaution is taken at first, one is often too discouraged to proceed at all.More Archer Martin quotes [07/22/2011 02:07:55]
Much can often be learned by the repetition under different conditions, even if the desired result is not obtained.More Archer Martin quotes [07/22/2011 02:07:03]
Since, however, it is immaterial whether the work is done by assistants or a machine, I decided to build a machine equivalent to an array of about 200 separating funnels.More Archer Martin quotes [07/22/2011 02:07:10]

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