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Picture of Van't Hoff

Česky: nizozemský chemik vanť Hoff
Nederlands: Portretfoto Van 't Hoff
Türkçe: Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff
Date published in (1904) Les Prix Nobel, Imprimerie royale, p. 81
Author Unknown
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PD by age (Van 't Hoff passed away in 1911)

Русский: Якоб Хендрик Вант-Гофф


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