sabatier, paul


sabatier, paul

French organic chemist and corecipient, with Victor Grignard, of the 1912 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for researches in catalytic organic synthesis, in particular for discovering the use of nickel as a catalyst in hydrogenation (the addition of hydrogen to molecules of carbon compounds).

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Encyclopedia Britannica, 2008. Encyclopedia Britannica Online.
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