Chardonnet


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Chardonnet

(Louis Marie) Hilaire Bernigaud , Comte de. 1839--1924, French chemist and industrialist who produced rayon, the first artificial fibre
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(5.) Chardonnet P, Des Clers B, Fischer J, Jori F, Lamarque F.
Role of Ca in fruit quality is well established (Luna-Guzman et al., 1999; Chardonnet et al., 2002; Beirao-da-costa et al., 2007).
A deficiencia de Ca pode reduzir a integridade de estrutura da parede celular e comprometer a permeabilidade seletiva das membranas celulares, resultando em injuria e necrose dos tecidos (Chardonnet et al., 2003; Saure, 2005).
Other Maginn students were resident at different times in the College Cardinal Lemoine, the College de Montaigu and the Seminary of Saint Nicolas du Chardonnet. (39)
In 1997, Pascal Chardonnet of the Theoretical Physics Laboratory in Annecy-le-Vieux, France, calculated the odds of this happening.
With: Patrick Bouchitey, Laetitia Chardonnet, Isabelle Renauld, Patrick Catalifo, Ariane Ascaride, Didier Flamand, Pierre Diot, Michel Field, Alban Aumard, Carmelo Cacciato.
Systematically searched for crystal clefts since at least the 18th century (Schwab, 1998), the massif yielded its first known milarite only in 1995: crystals to 3 mm on pink fluorite crystals, found on Chardonnet Peak, on the French side of Mont Blanc (Ansermet et al., 1996).
It was not until the end of the 19th century that the "artificial silk" (rayon) started being produced on a commercial scale by French chemist Count Hilaire de Chardonnet.
Euvrard, S., Kanitakis, J., Chardonnet, Y., Noble, C.P., Touraine, J.L., Faure, M., Thivolet, J., & Claudy, A.
Contact: Isabelle Chardonnet, CESTA, 1, rue Descartes, 75005, Paris, France.