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Analytical chemistry in the 19th century and today

On the 125th death anniversary of Carl Remigius Fresenius (1818–1897)

Prof. Dr. Leo Gros

The chemist Carl Remigius Fresenius died on June 11th, 1897. Among his students were Edward and Otto Mallinckrodt, sons of the founder of the company Mallinckrodt in the United States, which is still successful today. In a commemorative publication on the company’s 125th anniversary in 1992, it says: They “returned to Missouri in 1867, having received the best finest training the world had to offer.

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