The Discovery and Chemistry of Vitamin C

Charles Glen King
1953 Proceedings of the Nutrition Society  
This gathering, to sharpen and deepen our appreciation of a great Scottish scientist, is made especially significant by meeting within the halls of his Alma Mater. We, as guests of the University of Edinburgh, count it a privilege to share in paying tribute to a renowned alumnus. And in like spirit, we share the hope that sons in future years will honour both themselves and James Lind by seeing as clearly and labouring as diligently as did he (Lind, 1753). As a biochemist who has had a measure
more » ... f fellowship with other students of vitamin C in relation to human health, comparative physiology, and food processing,
doi:10.1079/pns19530051 fatcat:b6ckhltbkfgt7ppxtsf2srmori