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Carl Wilhelm Scheele (1742-1786): The life of a great chemist

Palmer, Bill (2006). Carl Wilhelm Scheele (1742-1786): The life of a great chemist. In: Milutinovic, Veljko IPS Conference - USA 2006, California, 8-11 January 2006.

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Author Palmer, Bill
Title Carl Wilhelm Scheele (1742-1786): The life of a great chemist
Conference Name IPS Conference - USA 2006
Conference Location California
Conference Dates 8-11 January 2006
Conference Publication Title Proceedings of the IPS - USA 2006 Conference
Editor Milutinovic, Veljko
Place of Publication Belgrade, Serbia
Publisher IPSI Belgrade, Academc Mind
Publication Year 2006
ISBN 86-7466-117-3   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Total Pages 11
HERDC Category E1 - Conference Publication (DEST)
Abstract Scheele discovered many new substances and is particularly admired by those chemists who champion experimental work. Diverse groups of scientists and technologists recognise his pioneering efforts in their fields. These groups include pharmacists, organic chemists, analysts, photographers, and metallurgists as he made significant discoveries in each of these areas. In school textbooks he is mentioned with Lavoisier and Priestley as one of the co-discoverers of oxygen. This study will give a concise picture of his life and work.
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