Ivan Fedorovich Shreder

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Shreder, Ivan Fedorovich

 

(also J. Schröder). Born Mar. 29 (Apr. 4), 1858, in St. Petersburg; died there Nov. 29, 1918. Russian physical chemist.

Shreder graduated from the St. Petersburg Institute of Mines in 1884 and became a professor there in 1891. His major research was devoted to the study of solutions. In 1890 he theoretically derived the relationship between solubility, the melting point, and the heat of melting of crystalline bodies (seeSHREDER EQUATION) and experimentally confirmed the relationship.

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Stepanov, N. I. “Ocherk istorii i sovremennogo sostoianiia khimii v Gornom institute.” Izvestiia In-ta fiziko-khimicheskogo analiza, 1927, vol. 3, issue 2, p. 510.
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