Victor Grignard

Grignard in 1912 Francois Auguste Victor Grignard (6 May 1871 – 13 December 1935) was a French chemist who won the Nobel Prize for his discovery of the eponymously named Grignard reagent and Grignard reaction, both of which are important in the formation of carbon–carbon bonds. Provided by Wikipedia
Glycols, glycerol et alcools polyvalents superieurs phenols et polyphenols, phenols alcools, derives sulfures, selenies ou tellures correspondant aux alcools ou aux phenols, developpateurs photographiques organiques industrie des phenols /
Quinones, cetenes, aldehydes alcools et cetones alcools, oses et holosides, generalites sur les heterosides, amidon, cellulose, lichenine, soies artificielles, industries des matieres amylacees, industries des sucres, carbonisation des bois, aldehydes phenols et cetones phenols /