Q: Which element's clothes are never crumpled?

A: Why, iron, of course!


Sir Walter Norman Haworth

The British chemist W. N. Haworth made important contributions to biochemistry, including his study of Vitamin C. He won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1937 along with Paul Karrer, and was knighted in 1947.

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Hans von Euler-Chelpin

Hans von Euler-Chelpin jointly won the 1929 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for research in the fermenting of sugar and fermentative enzymes.

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Hans Fischer

Hans Fischer won the 1930 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his contribution to the field of biochemistry. He did extensive work on the chemistry of pyrrole and the synthesis of haemin.

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Friedrich Bergius

German chemist Friedrich Bergius was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1951. He won this award in recognition for his invention and development of chemical high-pressure methods.

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Arthur Harden

Arthur Harden was a biochemist who jointly won the 1929 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his work on the fermentation of sugars and fermentative enzymes. He shared this prize with Hans Karl August Simon von Euler-Chelpin.

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Richard Adolf Zsigmondy

Hungarian born Richard Adolf Zsigmondy was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his work on Colloids.

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Adolf Windaus

German chemist Adolf Otto Reinhold Windaus, is remembered for his work on sterols and their relation to vitamins for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1928.

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Heinrich Wieland

The son of Theodor Wieland and Elise Blum, Heinrich Wieland won the 1927 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his research in bile acids.

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Fritz Pregl

Austrian chemist Fritz Pregl won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his contribution in the field of quantitative organic microanalysis. He played a major role in helping develop the combustion train technique of elemental analysis.

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Walther Hermann Nernst

Walther Hermann Nernst won the 1920 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on thermochemistry.

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