Jacques E Brandenberger coloring page

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Jacques E Brandenberger coloring page
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Jacques E. Brandenberger (19 October, 1872–13 July, 1954) invented cellophane in 1908. Cellophane was used to forbid stains as well as for different parts of eye shells and gas marks. He was a chemist and textile engineer by profession. He completed his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Berne in 1895.
After so many years of research and refinements he designed an automobile to create the transparent sheet. He began the yield of cellophane in the year 1920, merchan-dizing it as a industrial purposes.
He traded the US rights field to DuPont in 1923. He was inspired to create a durable and water-resistant material after watching a wine stain on a Swiss Cafe table cloth. He was the first person who thought the approximation for a clear, safe, bundling layer in  the year 1900. He received patents to address the machine and the important belief of his process. He was awarded the Franklin Institute's Elliott Cresson Medal in 1937. 

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