Medicine: Stored Vitamin

The King of Norway listened intently, likewise the Crown Prince and members of the Norwegian Academy of Science, to a report made fortnight ago by bright young Dr. Ottar Rygh. Dr. Rygh had learned how to store the mother stuff of Vitamin C, anti-scurvy. Because the process is important, U. S. nutritionists were impatient for his complete paper to reach this country. Significant quotations available last week: "It seems simple enough now. My task was to find a method by which Vitamin C could be produced in the laboratory in such form that...

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