Definition of Alfred nobel
1. Noun. Swedish chemist remembered for his invention of dynamite and for the bequest that created the Nobel prizes (1833-1896).
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Literary usage of Alfred nobel
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1. Journal of the American Chemical Societyby American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1902)
"The following program was presented : "The British Municipal Laboratories," by HW Wiley; " alfred nobel and the Nobel Prizes," by CE Munroe ; "Experience ..."
2. The Region of the Eternal Fire: An Account of a Journey to the Petroleum by Charles Thomas Marvin (1891)
"... and of Dynamite by alfred nobel—How Ludwig Nobel Acquired the Fortune with which he Started Operations in Petroleum—Commencement of the Enterprise at ..."
3. Memoirs of Bertha Von Suttner: The Records of an Eventful Life by Bertha von Suttner (1910)
"alfred nobel came to meet us at the railway station and conducted us to the drawing-room prepared for us, and there, a half hour later, he joined us at ..."
4. Popular Science Monthly (1906)
"alfred nobel. He was made a noble with hereditary transmission of the title in 1885. His great work in synthetic chemistry entitles him to belong to the ..."
5. Haydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information Relating to All Ages by Benjamin Vincent, Joseph Haydn (1906)
"alfred nobel, n Swede, t attempted its application as an explosive agent 1864. It has caused several most disastrous a< dents, with great loss of life. ..."