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August 28, 2009

Does NFS count?

devadutta @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1251503940 ) Play

Who he?

225px-Jöns_Jacob_Berzelius

Without further ado, hints

646px-Types_of_Carbon_Nanotubes240px-GraphiteUSGOV240px-Brillanten160px-C60a

The hints list is not exhaustive.

Apologies for the delay folks, the question will be up 12 hrs more than usual.

Cracked by: Gagan , udupendra , Rogi , Dibyo , Rithwik K , AmK , shrik and akhi

Answer:
Jöns Jacob Berzelius, the dude who proposed the concept of allotropy.

The hints you see are allotropes of carbon. The subject is a reference to NFS carbon.


9 Responses to “Does NFS count?”

  1. J. J. Berzelius – gave the concept of allotropy.

    The rest of the pictures of the allotropes of Carbon. And no, NFS does not count.


  2. udupendra
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    Berzelius


  3. Logik
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    My guess is Carl Wilhelm Scheele.


  4. Rogi
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    Jöns Jakob Berzelius


  5. Dibyo
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    Jöns Jakob Berzelius


  6. Jöns Jakob Berzelius who is credited with originating the chemical terms


  7. AmK
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    Jons Jacob Berzelius, Swedish chemist who proposed the concept of allotropy.


  8. shrik
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    JJ Berzelius, who proposed the concept of allotropy. (Hints show carbon allotropes)


  9. akhi
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    Berzelius.. I guess I am late :(


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