Hoff, J.H. van 't (Jacobus Henricus), 1852-1911Variant names
J.H. van't Hoff was a chemist who was awarded the first Nobel Prize in chemistry, 1901.
He was born in Rotterdam in 1852 and spent his career in Europe. He is credited with founding the science of stereochemistry. He received his doctorate, 1874, from the University of Utrecht, taught at the University of Amsterdam, 1877-1895, and at the University of Berlin, 1896 until his death in 1911.
From the description of J.H. vanʹt Hoff papers, 1837-1924. (Johns Hopkins University). WorldCat record id: 48369076
|creatorOf||Hoff, J. H. van't (Jacobus Henricus van't), 1852-1911. J.H. vanʹt Hoff papers, 1837-1924.||Johns Hopkins University, Sheridan Libraries and the Milton S. Eisenhower Library|
|creatorOf||[J.H. van't Hoff, biographical materials]||University of Wisconsin - Madison, General Library System|
|creatorOf||Hoff, J. H. van 't (Jacobus Henricus), 1852-1911. Letter, 1899-1908.||University of Pennsylvania Libraries, Van Pelt Library|
|creatorOf||Hoff, J. H. van't (Jacobus Henricus van't), 1852-1911. Papers.||Smithsonian Institution. Libraries|
|creatorOf||Hoff, J. H. van't (Jacobus Henricus van't), 1852-1911. Stereochemistry : typescript, [1891-1901]||Houghton Library|
|referencedIn||Wilson, Harold A. (Harold Albert), 1874-1964. Autobiographical notes, 1962.||American Institute of Physics, Niels Bohr Library|
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