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During the latter part of the 19th century the production of butanol by anaerobic bacteria was studied by a number of investigators however, it was only in 1905 that Schardinger reported the production of acetone by fermentation. Around the turn of the century a shortage of natural rubber stimulated interest in the possibility of producing synthetic rubber ...
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Around the turn of the century a shortage of natural rubber stimulated interest in the possibility of producing synthetic rubber . Among those working on the problem of rubber synthesis was the chemist Chaim Weizmann, who had arrived in Manchester in 1904 from Berlin at the age of 30. He obtained a post under Professor Perkins at Manchester University...
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