ResearchGate has not been able to resolve any citations for this publication. This article introduces newly found photocopies of two letters from Antonín Dvořák to Alois Göbl with heretofore unknown and unpublished contents (newly discovered facts about Dvořák's life and about period reception of his masterpieces - e.g. The author focuses on the answers to questions on the place and role of Russian psychology in the international science. 95, and the Cello Concerto in B Minor, op. This stereotypeimpedes the integration of the Russian psychology into the context of international science. My present investigation will be two‐dimensional (2-D) as is that in the subject paper; an extension to the three‐dimensional (3-D) case is conceptionally easy for the following analytical derivation as well as for Hubral’s note. Historical sketch of the life and achievements of Vladimir Markovnikov is included to reveal a very wide scope of interests and prophetic predictions on the structure, reactivity, selectivity, stereochemistry, and other key issues of organic chemistry. 104) and places them within the context of Dvořák's, It is the purpose of this chapter to present an outline of the main structural facets of organic chemistry, particularly those which concern spatial relationships within molecules. So let's rephrase our statement of Markovnikov's rule: "when an unsymmetrical alkene undergoes addition with E-Nu, then the electrophile , E , adds to the carbon of the alkene that has the greater number of hydrogen substituents, and the nucleophile , Nu , to the carbon of the alkene with the fewer number of hydrogen substituents" The author argues that a widespread stereotype depicting international psychology development as entirelyunipolar West-centered, with the unchallenged reign of empiricism and, Quite recently Peter Hubral published a short note in which he described a special, very perspicuous stacking method which, starting from the records of a line survey, produces true amplitude reflections for “normal waves,” as defined in his Introduction. The Markovnikov rule, known to every student of organic chemistry, was formulated 150 years ago, in 1869. This survey is supplemented with: 1) information about Markovnikov’s chemical research, 2) selected facts of his life. Towards the 150th Anniversary of the Markovnikov Rule, Namen- und Schlagwortreaktionen in der Organischen Chemie, Early Russian Organic Chemists and Their Legacy, Ueber das Vorkommen des Hexanaphtens in kaukasischer Naphta, I. Ueber die Abhängigkeit der verschiedenen Vertretbarkeit des Radicalwasserstoffs in den isomeren Buttersäuren, Antonín Dvořáks briefe an seinen engsten Freund III, The structural theory of organic chemistry, From the forecast to a forsight of the future of Russian psychology. Markovnikov rule, in organic chemistry, a generalization, formulated by Vladimir Vasilyevich Markovnikov in 1869, stating that in addition reactions to unsymmetrical alkenes, the electron-rich component of the reagent adds to the carbon atom with fewer hydrogen atoms bonded to it, while the electron-deficient component adds to the carbon atom with more hydrogen atoms bonded to it. Das … the Symphony No. On Janua, doctors’ prohibitions, to go to the chemica, can Philosophical Society and Early Russian-Amer, tion: “Sir, I beg you to transmit my profound tha, the honor, which was done me by the election as a Mem-, Reactions in Organic Chemistry], Springer Fachm, from, 777.