Beckmann

(redirected from Beckman)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Beck·mann

(bek'măn),
Ernst O., German chemist, 1853-1923. See: Beckmann apparatus.
References in periodicals archive ?
Beckman was found by a neighbor shortly after the attack and was rushed to the hospital, (http://abcnews.
More important than winning his second race of the year, Beckman clinched a spot in the Countdown.
He also speaks frankly about being molested by a priest, and about his father, who Beckman says also struggles with addiction.
A former classmate had the job of measuring the acidity of lemon juice for the California Fruit Growers' Association and asked Beckman to devise a sturdier electrical instrument for the task.
As Young slumped to his knees, Brett Schott, an unarmed, plain-clothes Wal-Mart security guard, jumped on Beckman from behind.
Beckman sings into a bullhorn as he sits atop a stepladder that rides the car's roof.
Industrial advantages of carbon dioxide over standard solvents come from its ease of use, says Beckman.
Doug Menuez, who participated in the Beckman project, worked with Day in the Life originator Rick Smolan on five books.
The quarter-mile stretch of track Jack Beckman has used throughout his drag racing career has led him to some unlikely places.
In 2002, Beckman Coulter filed suit against Applera, alleging the Applied Biosystems' capillary electrophoresis sequencing, genetic analysis instruments and PCR systems infringed two of its patents (see IBO 9/15/05).