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Some notes and queries on the development of bioenergetics notes on some “founding fathers” of physical chemistry J. Willard Gibbs, Wilhelm Ostwald, Walther Nernst, Gilbert Newton Lewis

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Edsall, J.T. Some notes and queries on the development of bioenergetics notes on some “founding fathers” of physical chemistry J. Willard Gibbs, Wilhelm Ostwald, Walther Nernst, Gilbert Newton Lewis. Mol Cell Biochem 5, 103–112 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01874179

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