Klaproth


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German chemist who pioneered analytical chemistry and discovered three new elements (1743-1817)

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Klaproth, Chemische Untersuchung des Uranits, einen neuenentdeckten metallischen Substanz, Chemische Annalen 2, 387 (1789)
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It was originally discovered by a German chemist Martin Heinric Klaproth, but misidentified as tellurium.
Right now we are in a hunt for a new site, and we'll decide whether we rent or buy," said Linda Klaproth, manager of the $11 million Division 10 Highway Employees CU of Sikeston, who a year ago described the "nightmare" of the budget cutbacks.
de Paravey; Eugenio Ortega y Liborio Zerda se inclinaban a favor del vinculo histori co, la voz detractora era J, Klaproth, Vargas, 1990, 24.
The powerful material was discovered in 1789, by German chemist Martin Klaproth, but it has only been substantially mined since the advent of nuclear technologies in the 1930s.
Uranium oxide was first isolated by the German chemist Martin Klaproth in 1789 from the mineral pitchblende.
37 Which chemical element was first recognised (though not isolated) in 1789 when scientist Martin Klaproth analysed a Ceylonian jargoon gemstone?
16, 2003); see Jesse Klaproth, Comment, Decision by the Arbitrator--United States--Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000: Payback is for the Byrds; Arbitrator Allows Eight Countries to Sanction the United States for Application of the Byrd Amendment, 13 TUL.
Klaproth, farmaceutico en Berlin y docente en el mismo Collegium fue otro cientifico que tambien apoyo el ingreso de Humboldt.
Further work by Martin Klaproth and Hatchett concluded it was merely an impure clay (probably kaolin) derived from the decomposition of granite (Vallance, 1986).
Sirvio de "arme de guerre" segun Schwab en los discursos de Klaproth a Gabineau (198).