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Elias Anton Cappelen Smith (6 November 1873 – 25 June 1949) was a Norwegian American chemical engineer, civil engineer and metallurgist. He pioneered copper production in the early 20th century. Among his achievements were the Peirce-Smith converter and the Guggenheim process.

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  • Elias Anton Cappelen Smith (1873–1949) est un ingénieur et chimiste norvégien naturalisé américain qui a contribué au développement de la production du cuivre au début du XXe siècle. EAC Smith est connu pour sa contribution à l'invention du convertisseur Peirce-Smith et du procédé Guggenheim.
  • Elias Anton Cappelen Smith (6 November 1873 – 25 June 1949) was a Norwegian American chemical engineer, civil engineer and metallurgist. He pioneered copper production in the early 20th century. Among his achievements were the Peirce-Smith converter and the Guggenheim process.
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