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10 filipino chemist and their contributions...

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hey,,,can u gve me atleast 10 filipino chemist and their contribution......
if ever you can provide pictures then be it...

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  1. Guest28074798

     Putang ina mO !! mag-aral ka ndi puro computer !!

  2. Guest23882651

    Felix Maramba:developed a profitable biogas system,building a power generation fulled by coconut oil...................

    thats all i know 4 now,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

  3. Guest23631501

     inya ngay tatta??

    nagado sinao niyo dyak met maawatan...

  4. Guest23618616

     nagtatanong ng maayos kung ano-ano naman ang pinaglalagay ng iba....

    kung wala kayong alam manahimik nalang kayo

  5. Guest23585696

    wla akong kilala?pkialam ko ba!!hindi ko hilig ang science...;-<

  6. Guest23364568

    contribution ngay  nila? 
    ay apo!

     

  7. Guest22346964

     IDK????

  8. Guest22341642

    ketak

  9. Guest19691777
    i don't know
  10. Guest19657903
    skimburdoss-skalantoy skimbardado imbordada... thats all thank you..............
  11. Guest19520011
    Filipino Chemists and their contributions Julian Banzon -experimented with the production of ethyl ester fuels from sugarcane and coconut and invented a means of extracting residual coconut oil by a chemical process rather than a physical process. A pioneer for alternative fuels rom the 1930's and 40's. Francisco Quisumbing -invented Quink ink (currently used in Parker Pens) which is a quick drying ink that prevents the ink from clogging the pen. Ramon Barba -created crop flowering techniques using a potassium nitrate spray. Due to his discoveries in tropical tree physiology, the Philippines is the leading exporter of mangoes and mango products. Francisco Santos -studied the nutritive values and chemical composition of local foods from the Philippines. His data was used to help detect and solve problems with Filipino diets. Rolando De La Cruz inventor of an anti cancer skin-cream. Anacleto Del Rosario -Winner of first prize at the World Fair in Paris in 1881 for for producing a pure alcohol from tuba of a nipa palm. His research also led to the process of extractingcastor oil from a native plant called palma christi. Alfredo Santos -isolation and elucidation of biochemicals (the phaeantharine and other alkaloids) from Philippine medical plants. Eduardo San Juan -worked on the team that invented and launched the Lunar Rover (Moon Bugg) Daniel Dingel -possible invention of a water-powered car Benjamin Almeda -designed a cutting edge food-processing machine
  12. Guest19502283
    ROIS!!!!!!!!!
  13. Guest19437456
    ramon barbara
  14. Guest19433592
    Amando Kapauan (July 4, 1931 – October 12, 1996) was a chemist and researcher. He graduated magna c*m laude from University of the Philippines, Diliman in 1952, with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. He obtained his doctorate from the University of Southern California in 1959. Pío Andrade, Jr. is the best-selling author of the highly controversial book The Fooling of America, The Untold Story of Carlos P. Romulo that was published in 1986 and republished in 1991. The book is an exposé on Carlos P. Rómulo’s true character and political motives. He made several researches on radiation chemistry, textile chemistry, food product development, pesticide chemistry, ethnobotany, and biomass energy. Julian Banzon - Filipino chemist, Julian Banzon researched methods of producing alternative fuels. Julian Banzon experimented with the production of ethyl esters fuels from sugarcane and coconut, and invented a means of extracting residual coconut oil by a chemical process rather than a physical process. Doctor Francisco Santos is an agricultural chemist who studied the nutritive values and chemical composition of local foods from the Philippines. His data was used to help detect and solve problems with Filipino diets. Francisco Quisumbing – Filipino chemist invented Quink ink, which is used in Parker Pens. Quink ink is named after the inventor. It is a quick drying ink with a cleaning property that prevents the ink from clogging the pen.
  15. Guest19408951
    Awards and Prizes In 1981, Dr. Cruz received the Outstanding Young Scientist Award from the National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST), and was elected to the Academy in 1986. She also received the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP) Achievement Award in Chemistry in 1982, and the Outstanding Women in the Nation's Service Award (Biochemistry) in 1986. Amando Kapauan Amando Kapauan (July 4, 1931 – October 12, 1996 ) was a chemist and researcher. He graduated magna c*m laude from University of the Philippines, Diliman in 1952, with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. He obtained his doctorate from the University of Southern California in 1959. In the Ateneo de Manila University Department of Chemistry, he worked on inorganic and physical chemistry, particularly on radioactive bromine. With other colleagues, he initiated investigations in the 1970s on heavy metals analysis in our environment. He was among the first to look into the problem of mercury in the environment, and he designed the appropriate equipment for mercury analysis in water, fish and soil. Kapauan linked with international groups, taught one of the first environmental chemistry courses in the country, and involved himself in policies on urban-rural planning. He later went into the field of electronics, specifically chemical instrumentation. Together with Fr. William Schmitt, S.J., they pioneered the maintenance, design and modification of instruments. Kapauan’s first publication appeared in the Journal of Chemical Education in May 1973. He also started to interface traditional instruments with the increasingly popular PC. By the 1980s, his students were designing software for them, including Fourier Transform of signals. He redesigned a spectrophotometer with vacuum-tube technology into one with solid-state technology, run by a PC with software written by his students. He designed and built new electrochemical systems, which merited publications in Analytical Chemistry (the leading journal of analytical chemistry worldwide). This was an honor considering that these were the few, if not the only, international publications done by one Filipino, entirely in the Philippines.
  16. Guest19405958
    enumerated some filipino or foreign scientist and their contribution of biology?
  17. Guest19380581
    Amando Kapauan (July 4, 1931 – October 12, 1996) was a chemist and researcher. He graduated magna c*m laude from University of the Philippines, Diliman in 1952, with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. He obtained his doctorate from the University of Southern California in 1959. Pío Andrade, Jr. is the best-selling author of the highly controversial book The Fooling of America, The Untold Story of Carlos P. Romulo that was published in 1986 and republished in 1991. The book is an exposé on Carlos P. Rómulo’s true character and political motives. He made several researches on radiation chemistry, textile chemistry, food product development, pesticide chemistry, ethnobotany, and biomass energy. Julian Banzon - Filipino chemist, Julian Banzon researched methods of producing alternative fuels. Julian Banzon experimented with the production of ethyl esters fuels from sugarcane and coconut, and invented a means of extracting residual coconut oil by a chemical process rather than a physical process. Doctor Francisco Santos is an agricultural chemist who studied the nutritive values and chemical composition of local foods from the Philippines. His data was used to help detect and solve problems with Filipino diets. Francisco Quisumbing – Filipino chemist invented Quink ink, which is used in Parker Pens. Quink ink is named after the inventor. It is a quick drying ink with a cleaning property that prevents the ink from clogging the pen. Emmanuel Trota
  18. Guest19380581
    Amando Kapauan (July 4, 1931 – October 12, 1996) was a chemist and researcher. He graduated magna c*m laude from University of the Philippines, Diliman in 1952, with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. He obtained his doctorate from the University of Southern California in 1959. Pío Andrade, Jr. is the best-selling author of the highly controversial book The Fooling of America, The Untold Story of Carlos P. Romulo that was published in 1986 and republished in 1991. The book is an exposé on Carlos P. Rómulo’s true character and political motives. He made several researches on radiation chemistry, textile chemistry, food product development, pesticide chemistry, ethnobotany, and biomass energy. Julian Banzon - Filipino chemist, Julian Banzon researched methods of producing alternative fuels. Julian Banzon experimented with the production of ethyl esters fuels from sugarcane and coconut, and invented a means of extracting residual coconut oil by a chemical process rather than a physical process. Doctor Francisco Santos is an agricultural chemist who studied the nutritive values and chemical composition of local foods from the Philippines. His data was used to help detect and solve problems with Filipino diets. Francisco Quisumbing – Filipino chemist invented Quink ink, which is used in Parker Pens. Quink ink is named after the inventor. It is a quick drying ink with a cleaning property that prevents the ink from clogging the pen.
  19. Guest19358510
    i don't know
  20. Guest10507499
    Who is alfredo santos and hes picture?

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