George Adolf Suckow

George Adolf Suckow (* 28. January 1751 in Jena; † 13. March 1813) in Heidelberg was a professor of physics, chemistry, mineralogy and mining engineering. Suckow is for the common abbreviation „Suck.“admits, which stands behind latin plant name.


  • „of the use of the Chymie to the Behuf of the civil life, and the economics. Together with announcement of the read hours of the summer half yearly 1775 with the kurfürstlichen economic school to Lautern, of G.A. Suckow, the A.D. Professor of the theoretical sciences, and steady secretion air of the Kurfürstlichen economic society “, (Mannheim/Lautern 1775)

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