van't Hoff


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van't Hoff

(vahnt hof),
Jacobus H., Dutch chemist and Nobel laureate, 1852-1911. See: van't Hoff equation, van't Hoff law, van't Hoff theory, Le Bel-van't Hoff rule.
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Strained hydrocarbons; beyond the van't Hoff and Le Bel hypothesis,
Basados en los resultados obtenidos en este trabajo se pudo comprobar que los modelos de Van't Hoff y Gibbs no son adecuados para la estimacion de la presion osmotica, validando la contribucion de este trabajo para la determinacion de la presion osmotica.
For this work van't Hoff was awarded the inaugural Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1901).
de Kruif, Van't Hoff Laboratory, Debye Institute, Utrecht University, 3584CH, Utrecht, Netherlands; phone: +31 30 253 91 11; fax: +31 30 253 33 88; email: deKruif@nizo.
Eventually van't Hoff and Lebel concluded that this was possible only if the molecules were not planar but three-dimensional.
The transport process was exothermic and the equilibrium-swelling ratio satisfied the van't Hoff plot.
The work of van't Hoff, ten years before, had shown the importance of the three-dimensional arrangement of atoms in a molecule and the way this could be responsible for optical activity (see 1874).
The Early History of Stereochemistry: From the Discovery of Molecular Asymmetry and the First Resolution of a Racemate by Pasteur to the Asymmetrical Chiral Carbon of Van't Hoff and Le Bel.
Graham van't Hoff, chairman, Shell UK, said the company was excited about its future on the South Bank, and looked forward to bringing its London-based staff back to one location once the application is approved and construction is complete.
Graham van't Hoff, chairman of Shell UK, said: "It's brilliant to see the UK's entrepreneurial spirit flourishing, especially in today's difficult economic climate.
Van't Hoff and Herrmann, which teems with fantastic trifles.
In 1874 a Dutch physical chemist, Jacobus Hendricus van't Hoff (1852-1911), advanced a three-dimensional representation of organic molecules.