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Heyrovsky, Jaroslav (1890–1967)





Jaroslav Heyrovsky
Czechoslovakian chemist. He was awarded the 1959 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the discovery of polarography, an electrochemical method of analysis that can be used with substances that undergo electrolytic oxidation (loss of electrons) or reduction (gain of electrons) in solution.


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