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REYNOSO, Alvaro (ray-no'-so), Cuban scientist, born in Duran, Cuba, about 1820. He studied in Havana, and went to France in 1847 and in 1854, where he was awarded a first prize by the Acadamie des sciences of Paris for his experiments on chloroform. He was graduated as doctor of sciences by the academy, and returned to his native country in 1857. In 1865 he went again to France to make experiments on an apparatus that he had devised for the purpose of making the sugar-cane produce 80 per cent. of sugar. He has published "Estudios sobre materias cientificas" (Havana, 1861) ; "Ensayo sobre el cultivo de la carla de azfi-car" (1862) . "Apuntes de varies cultivos cubanos" (Paris, 1867) . "Agricultura de los indigenas de Cuba y Hayti" (1881) ; "Cultivo de la carla de azficar en Espatia" (1882)" "Memoire sur la presence du sucre darts les urines" (1883); and numerous contributions to French and Spanish periodicals. He is a member of various scientific societies.
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