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The importance of this process faded when Adolph von Baeyer developed a process for making synthetic indigo and Haber and Bosch came up with a method of making synthetic ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen.
Only after many years and at the huge cost of 18 million German marks did renowned German chemist Adolf von Baeyer (1835-1917) uncover indigo's chemical structure in 1883, earning him a Nobel Prize.
The depressive explanatory style for negative outcomes was found to predict depression levels in college students (Seligman, Abramson, Semmel, &von Baeyer, 1979).
Cornelius von Baeyer, a management consultant from Canada who specializes in business ethics, put it this way: "We hear that codes are useless--hypocritical window-dressing to mask continuing corruption.
Disordered sleep (DS) in children may be a result of musculoskeletal problems, chronic diseases, or a range of neurological and sensory processing problems (Finley, Franck, Grunau, & von Baeyer, 2005; International Association for the Study of Pain [IASP], 2004).
von Baeyer CL, Spagrud LJ, McCormick JC, Choo E, Neville K, Connelly MA.
At the threshold of this millennium, the exponential function was accepted as reflecting most phenomena (von Baeyer 2000).
A variety of observational scales are available for the observation of pain in young children [von Baeyer and Spragud, 2007] and clinicians can similarly benefit from careful observation of nonverbal behaviour in older children and adults.
Fellow scientist, von Baeyer was also trying to find alternative uses for it, but it was Baekeland who thought up the idea of colouring and moulding the residue into a polymer, which became known as Bakelite.
1989), the CAVE technique correlates highly with the Attributional Style Questionnaire (ASQ; Seligman, Abramson, Semmel, & von Baeyer, 1979), which is "a questionnaire in which Ss generate a cause and then rate the cause they generated on a 1-7 scale for internality, stability, and globality, [which] is the primary instrument for measuring explanatory style" (Schulman et al.
Crowe and Von Baeyer (in Clement & Page, 1998:132) argue that women's expectations of pain are frequently neither accurate nor realistic and unrealistic expectations in turn lead to surprise or shock during childbirth.