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- Amyl nitrate, the drug's first incarnation, was synthesised in 1844 by the French chemist Antoine Jérôme Balard. It was pioneered as a treatment for angina: inhaling the liquid's fumes would cause blood vessels to expand and pain to subside.
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- Distinguished Gentlemen Amir Wilson, Marlon Harper, Marcus Litman and Antoine Morris do not hesitate. They move as one to the front of the little green sedan and lift the front end back onto the ramp. Onlookers applaud, but the gents take it in stride.
- Who's afraid of bromine?
- It was from naturally occurring salt waters that two chemists independently discovered bromine two centuries ago - the German Carl Jacob Lowig from mineral water in 1825, and the Frenchman Antoine Balard from salt marsh seaweeds in 1826. Both used ...
- Louis Pasteur: Biography & Quotes
- He moved to Dijon to finish his Bachelor of Science. In 1842, he applied to the Ecole Normale in Paris, but he failed the entrance exam.
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