Julius B. Cohen
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Julius Berend Cohen FRS (May 6, 1859, Manchester, Lancashire – June 14, 1935, Coniston, Lancashire) was an English chemist. He studied chemistry with Hans von Pechmann at the University of Munich. One of his students was Henry Drysdale Dakin.
- The air of towns, 1895
- Theoretical organic chemistry, 1902
- Organic Chemistry for Advanced Students I and II, 1907
- Practical organic chemistry, 1908
- Smoke, a Study of Town Air, 1912
- Entry in Biographical Database of the British Chemical Community, 1880-1970
- Works by or about Julius B. Cohen in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
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