Famous chemists of the world
Ingenious discoveries one chemist ~ latest from the chemistry class at school, one comes inevitably with the famous chemist Emil Erlenmeyer in touch. This was not only the namesake of the Erlenmeyer flask (glass jar with upwards constricted neck duration, which dampens the tilting of chemical substances, uncontrolled escape.), But made ??more glorious discoveries. In 1862 he discovered the multiple bond, he coined this principle and formulated so the three alkanes - ethane - ethylene - ethyne . which are still used in its form . Following arose because the famous Erlenmeyer rule which states that it is not allowed baying for more than one hydroxyl group at einemeinzelnen carbon atom , two adjacent carbon atoms, however, likely to vary one hydroxyl function, which colloquially called vicinal diols. Furthermore, the inventions of the asbestos gauze and incinerator on Erlenmeyer back to lead. The determination of this chemist, with which it has been used specifically in the definitions, only the organic structural chemistry has been possible which, thanks to him slowly developed over time.
The chemist was on 28 June 1825 in Taunton, labor (in Wiesbaden) was born. With full name he is called Richard August Carl Emil Erlenmeyer. He studied in Giessen medicine, but from 1845 took Erlenmeyer active part in the chemistry lectures of Justus von Liebig. At the request of his father, he laid the pharmaceutical state examination in Nassau off. In 1849 he acquired a pharmacy which he pursued but only a few years. When he returned after 1850 to his roots, conical graduated with his work on basic Cyanblei. Meanwhile, the Director-chemist at the Wiesbaden-based commerce and trade schools. Since the funds were scarce, however, he qualified in 1855 with Robert Bunsen at Heidelberg with the subject of mineral fertilizers. That same year he was made ??an honorary member of the Nassau Association of Natural History. Noteworthy is the Erlenmeyer was professor in 1857.
On the side he ran a small chemical factory, and a counseling center for fertilizer producers. He also worked a second job as an editor for a magazine that dealt with the chemistry and mathematics. So the chemist could make an early age with his theories of attention and was so numerous colleagues with whom he debated love to. Erlenmeyer 1884 appoints one as President of the German Chemical Society. On 22 Emil Erlenmeyer died in January 1909 in Aschaffenburg, his inventions and theories, however, will live forever.
Further Informations can be found here.