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Persons / Butlerov Alexander Mikhailovich scientist
Butlerov A.M., (1828-1886), chemist

BUTLEROV Alexander Mikhailovich (1828-1886), organic chemist, Member of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1874). Graduated from Kazan University in 1849. From 1868, held a professorship at Petersburg University

Free Economic Society

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Lines of Vasilievsky Island (entry)

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Russian Academy of Sciences

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Russian Physics and Chemistry Society

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Russian Technical Society

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State University, St. Petersburg

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