1876 – August, 12, 1946.
Alfred Stock was a German inorganic chemist. He did pioneering research on the hydrides of boron and silicon, coordination chemistry, mercury, and mercury poisoning. The German Chemical Society's Alfred-Stock Memorial Prize is named after him.
All statements about the hydrides of boron earlier than 1912, when Stock began to work upon them, are untrue.
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