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Liebig

Justus , Baron von Liebig. 1803--73, German chemist, who founded agricultural chemistry. He also contributed to organic chemistry, esp to the concept of radicals, and discovered chloroform
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Several other chemists, destined to become famous, also began their careers by working for an apothecary, examples are: Carl Scheele (1747-1786), Humphry Davy (1778-1829), Justus von Liebig (1803-1873), Edward Frankland (1825-1899), and Henri Moissan (1852-1907).
Some of these investigators were Carl Schmidt (1822-1894), a former Liebig student, the physiologists Friedrich Henrich Bidder (1810-1894), and Theodor Ludwig Wilhelm Bischoff (1807-1882), a colleague at Giessen.
The homes being upgraded are located in: Areyonga (30), Kaltukatjara (Docker River) (46), Kintore (38), Mount Liebig (26), Nyirrpi (43).
Liebig was another individual who greatly influenced the development of chemistry as an autonomous field (2).
Several first-team players along with mascot Kemik the Viking will be at O'Neill's retail outlet on Liebig Court, Widnes at 11am.
Paul Keene, the venue's director of programming, assured patrons next Monday's organ recital, by Andreas Liebig, will go ahead.
Police arrested Asaad Salaam Liebig on a charge of second-degree assault.
A study by soil scientist Mark Liebig, rangeland scientist Holly Johnson, and colleagues at the ARS Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory in Mandan, North Dakota, explained how.
BASF succeeded by commercializing the results of the chemical revolution led by scientists such as Liebig and Perkin who created artificial dyes out of materials such as coal-tar rather than plants and roots.
Liebig has become, it is more than a settlement, as the dynamic relationship of long-term residents to the land on which the settlement lies has structured a shared sentimental attachment, developing it as an embodied place.
And now to cope with what they call the working woman's "Hurried Housewife Syndrome", it's back as ready-to-go stock in handy cartons ( as it was in 1803 when chemist Justus Liebig invented a meat extract with the catchy name Extractum Carnis Liebig.
Justus von Liebig (1803-1873) is recognized as the progenitor of the first modern chemical laboratory devoted to teaching and research.