Heyrovsky


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(hā′rŏf-skē), Jaroslav 1890-1967.
Czech chemist. He won a 1959 Nobel Prize for the development of polarography.
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Heyrovsky, "Practical Applications of the Polarographic Method in Chemistry" Enlarged Russian Edition.
Heyrovsky Institute for Physical Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
The Czechoslovakian physical chemist Jaroslav Heyrovsky (1890-1967) had worked for years on a device that contained a mercury electrode so arranged that a small drop of mercury repeatedly fell through a solution to a mercury pool beneath.
Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, who serves as the Chairman since January 1, 2019.