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Carl Johann Philipp Noé smelling pool of broadcasting corporations Anschütz (* 10. March 1852 in Darmstadt, † 8. January 1937 ebd.) was a German chemist.

When its investigations for the structure clearing-up of organic compounds it used systematically physical methods. In the year 1883 a Anthracensynthese succeeded to itin presence of water-free aluminum chloride, with which it caused extensive research in the important area of the late Friedel strength reactions so mentioned.

Numerous laboratory instruments developed further by it, today still in the use is the Anschütz Thermometersatz designated after it.

Table of contents

works

as an author

  • August Kekulé, volume 1, life and working; Publishing house chemistry, Berlin 1929
  • August Kekulé, volume 2, papers, reports, criticisms, article, speeches; Publishing house chemistry, Berlin 1929
  • the meaning of chemistry forthe world war; Cohen, Bonn 1915

as a publisher

  • Losschmidt, Josef: Constitutional formulas of organic chemistry in diagram; W. Angel man, Leipzig of 1913
  • judges, Viktor: Chemistry of the carbon compounds or organic chemistry, 2 volumes; Geest & Portig, Leipzig 1949

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