Yan Hui

Painting of Yanzi by [[Kanō Sansetsu |s= |p=Yán Huí |mi= |w=Yen2 Hui2 |gr=Yan Hwei |myr=Yán Hwéi |bpmf=ㄧㄢˊ   ㄏㄨㄟˊ |showflag=p |oc-bs=* }} |s2= |p2=Zǐyuān |mi2= |w2=Tzŭ3-yüan1 |gr2=Tzyy'iuan |myr2=Džywān |bpmf2=ㄗˇ   ㄩㄢ |altname3=Yan Yuan |t3= |s3= |p3=Yán Yuān |mi3= |w3=Yen2 Yüan1 |gr3=Yan Iuan |myr3=Yán Ywān |bpmf3=ㄧㄢˊ   ㄩㄢ |altname4=Master Yan |t4= |s4= |p4=Yánzǐ |mi4= |w4=Yen2 Tzŭ3 |gr4=Yantzyy |myr4=Yándž |bpmf4=ㄧㄢˊ   ㄗˇ |altname5=Posthumous name
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|p5=Fùshèng |mi5= |w5=Fu4-shêng4 |gr5=Fuhshenq |myr5=Fùshèng| bpmf5=ㄈㄨˋ   ㄕㄥˋ |showflag=p |l5=Second Coming of }} Yan Hui (–481 BC) was a Chinese philosopher. He was the favorite disciple of Confucius and one of the most revered figures of Confucianism. He is venerated in Confucian temples as one of the Four Sages. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published in 2005
doi: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2004.10.017
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