The Chemical Nature of Vitamin C


Title:
The Chemical Nature of Vitamin C
Description:
Joseph Svirbely had spent several years working on vitamin C isolation studies with C. G. King at the University of Pittsburgh. When he arrived at the Szeged laboratory as a post-doctoral fellow, Szent-Gyorgyi suggested he test "hexuronic acid" to determine if it might be vitamin C. This article is an expanded report of their initial results, which were first published in Nature April 16, 1932.
Extent:
6 pages
Date Issued:
1932
Creator:
Svirbely, Joseph (Joseph Svirbely) and Szent-Gyorgyi, Albert (Albert Szent-Gyorgyi)
Source:
Periodical. Svirbely, Joseph, and Albert Szent-Gyorgyi. "The Chemical Nature of Vitamin C." The Biochemical Journal 26, 3 (1932): 865-870. Article. 6 Images.. The Biochemical Journal
Periodical:
The Biochemical Journal
Publisher:
Biochemical Society (Great Britain)
Right Type:
Permission Granted - No Conditions
Right Statement:
Reproduced with permission from Svirbely, Joseph and Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, (1932), Biochemical Journal, 26, 865-870. Copyright the Biochemical Society.
Subject:
Ascorbic Acid
Profiles in Science ID:
WGBBGW
NLM ID:
101584924X102
Genre:
Articles
Language:
English
Format:
Text
Location:
Box: 1. Folder: 11