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Ezekiel Weintraub, Russian-US chemist. In 1901 Weintraub joined Willis Whitney's research lab at General Electric, working on mercury vapour lamps. In 1909 he used hydrogen to reduce boron halides to produce 99 per cent pure boron.
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