Friedrich Bergius - Biography Friedrich bergius friedrich Bergius was born on October 11, 1884, in Goldschmieden near Breslau, Silesia. He belonged to an old respected family of http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1931/bergius-bio.html
Extractions: The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1931 Friedrich Bergius was born on October 11, 1884, in Goldschmieden near Breslau, Silesia. He belonged to an old respected family of scientists, theologians, civil servants, army officers, and business men. His grandfather was Professor of Economics in Breslau and his father owned a chemical factory in Goldschmieden. Bergius was educated in Breslau and whilst still at school took great interest in his father's factory where he was able to study various working methods under the guidance of his father and thus became acquainted with chemicotechnical processes. The time spent in the laboratories and the works there later stood him in good stead, as already at a very early age he obtained considerable insight into industrial as well as scientific matters.
Extractions: University of Leipzig Richard Abegg ... Nobel Prize for Chemistry Friedrich Karl Rudolf Bergius October 11 March 30 ) was a German chemist known for the Bergius process for producing synthetic fuel from lignite coal Bergius was born near Breslau (WrocÅaw) , within the German Empire 's Prussian Province of Silesia Before he studied chemistry he worked at the steal works in M¼hlheim . His studies started at the University of Breslau in 1903 and endend with a Phd in chemistry at the University of Leipzig in 1907, after only 4 years. His thesis at on sulfuric acid as solvent was supervised by Arthur Rudolf Hantzsch . In 1909 Bergius worked for one semester together with Fritz Haber and Carl Bosch at the University of Karlsruhe in the development of the Haber Bosch Process . In the same year he was offered a position at the Leibniz University Hannover were Max Bodenstein , who developed the idea of chemical kinetics held a position as professor.
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Extractions: Wechseln zu: Navigation Suche Friedrich Bergius Friedrich Bergius 11. Oktober in Goldschmieden bei Breslau 31. M¤rz in Buenos Aires ) war ein deutscher Chemiker Als Sohn des Fabrikbesitzers Heinrich Bergius, der die Chemische Fabrik Goldschmieden f¼hrte und aus einer alten deutschen Familie stammte, die sich schon Verdienste auf dem Gebiet der Wissenschaften erworben hatte, besuchte er ein Realgymnasium. Seine Mutter war Marie Haase, die Tochter des Altphilologen Friedrich Haase . Zu seinen Vorfahren geh¶rte Professor Johannes Bergius (* 1587) in Frankfurt (Oder) , der als Hofprediger am Brandenburger Hof wirkte, und Carl Bergius (* 1804), Professor der National¶konomie in Breslau. Nach dem Schulbesuch erwarb er sich die ersten praktischen Kenntnisse in einem Labor eines H¼ttenwerkes. Danach nahm er das Studium im Jahre 1903 an der Universit¤t Breslau in den F¤chern Chemie und chemische Technologie auf. Die herausragenden Dozenten, bei denen er studierte, waren Walter Herz Albert Ladenburg (1842-1911) und Richard Abegg (1869-1910). Im Jahre 1907 erlangte er in Leipzig die
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Friedrich Karl Rudolph Bergius Friedrich Karl Rudolph Bergius (18841949). German research chemist who invented processes for converting coal into oil and wood into sugar. http://peace.nobel.brainparad.com/friedrich_karl_rudolph_bergius.html
Extractions: German research chemist who invented processes for converting coal into oil and wood into sugar. He shared a Nobel prize 1931 with Carl Bosch for his part in inventing and developing high-pressure industrial methods. Bergius was born near Breslau, Silesia (now in Poland), the son of the owner of a chemical factory. He studied chemistry at the universities of Breslau and Leipzig, and did research at Karlsruhe Technische Hochschule with German chemist Fritz Haber, who introduced him to high-pressure reactions. Bergius worked in industry 1914-45, then left Germany and eventually settled in Argentina 1948, as a technical adviser to the government. In 1912 Bergius worked out a pilot scheme for using high pressure, high temperature, and a catalyst to hydrogenate coal dust or heavy oil to produce paraffins (alkanes) such as petrol and kerosene. Yielding nearly 1 tonne of petrol from 4.5 tonnes of coal, the process became important to Germany during World War II as an alternative source of supply of petrol and aviation fuel. He also discovered a method of producing sugar and alcohol from simple substances made by breaking down the complex molecules in wood; he continued this work in Argentina, and found a way of making fermentable sugars and thus cattle food from wood.
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Friedrich Bergius - Wikipedia Friedrich Bergius (11 Oktoba, 1884 30 Machi, 1949) alikuwa mwanakemia kutoka nchi ya Ujerumani. Hasa alichunguza ubadilishaji wa dutu mbalimbali, http://sw.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Bergius
Extractions: Jump to: navigation search Friedrich Bergius 11 Oktoba 30 Machi ) alikuwa mwanakemia kutoka nchi ya Ujerumani . Hasa alichunguza ubadilishaji wa dutu mbalimbali, kwa mfano mkaa kuwa petroli, au mbao kuwa sukari. Mwaka wa , pamoja na Carl Bosch alikuwa mshindi wa Tuzo ya Nobel ya Kemia Makala hiyo kuhusu "Friedrich Bergius" bado ni mbegu . Unaweza kusaidia kuikuza kwa kubofya kitufe kilichoandikwa "hariri" Ikiwepo makala kuhusu Friedrich Bergius kwa lugha nyingine, unaweza kuitafsiri kwa Kiswahili. Retrieved from " http://sw.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Bergius Categories Waliozaliwa 1884 Waliofariki 1949 ... Mbegu Views Personal tools Safari Tafuta Vifaa Lugha nyingine Catal Deutsch English Esperanto ... T¼rk§e Ukarasa huu umebadilisha mara iliyopita tarehe 17 Januari 2008, saa 01:43. Yaliyomo yafuata GNU Free Documentation License Sera ya faragha Kuhusu Wikipedia Wajibu
Extractions: German chemist and corecipient, with Carl Bosch of Germany, of the 1931 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. Bergius and Bosch were instrumental in developing the hydrogenation method necessary to convert coal dust and hydrogen directly into gasoline and lubricating oils without isolating intermediate products.
Friedrich Bergius The son of a chemical factory owner, bergius was educated at Breslau and Leipzig and other cities, working with Walther Nernst and Fritz Haber, http://www.nndb.com/people/408/000100108/
Extractions: Executive summary: Hydrogenation of coal Military service: German Army (1904, one year) The son of a chemical factory owner, Bergius was educated at Breslau and Leipzig and other cities, working with Walther Nernst and Fritz Haber , eventually founding his won laboratory in Hanover. He later became an employee of Karl Goldschmidt, rising to deputy member of the board of Goldschmidt AG. Work that he did at the Mannheim-Rheinau Works on the hydrogenation of coal, while not immediately successful, was used by I.G. Farben in the 1930s to produce fuel. With Carl Bosch he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in this and other industrial chemical methods. That worked proved of the utmost importance in extending Germany's participation in the second World War. After the war his association with companies close to the Nazi regime prompted him to relocate to Argentina, where he died in 1949. University: University of Breslau (attended 1903)
Degussa Geschichte - Friedrich Bergius After gaining his doctorate in Leipzig in 1907, friedrich bergius undertook numerous study trips including Berlin, Hannover and Karlsruhe, http://www.degussa-history.com/geschichte/en/personalities/friedrich_bergius/
Extractions: â 1949, Buenos Aires The meteoric career of one of the greatest German chemists of the 20th century began in 1903 when he studied at Breslau. After gaining his doctorate in Leipzig in 1907, Friedrich Bergius undertook numerous study trips including Berlin, Hannover and Karlsruhe, where he met Fritz Haber coming up with the subject for his post-doctoral thesis: "The application of high pressures in chemical processes and reproduction of the formation process of coal". In 1912 this topic showed some foresight, since Bergius believed that in its practical application he had found a way of "liquefying" Germany's abundant coal reserves under high pressure, thereby converting it into gasoline. He had correctly assessed the implications of the incipient mechanization of automobile traffic and aviation; nevertheless this was of no help to the young private lecturer in Hannover until his pioneering process could be implemented through costly practical tests.
Nobel Prizes von Baeyer, Johann friedrich Wilhelm Adolf Barton, Derek Harold Richard Barton Berg, Paul bergius, friedrich Bosch, Carl Butenandt, Adolf Brown, http://hilltop.bradley.edu/~rbg/Nobel.html
List Of Scientists By Field bergius, friedrich. Bergman, Stefan. Bergman, Torbern Olof. Bergman, Torbern Olof. Bergman, Torbern Olof. Bergman, Torbern Olof. Bergman, Torbern Olof http://www.indiana.edu/~newdsb/b.html
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Nobel Laureates In Chemistry By Alphabetical Order Baeyer, Johann friedrich Wilhelm Adolf Von, 1905. Barton, Sir Derek H. R., 1969. Berg, Paul, 1980. bergius, friedrich, 1931. Bosch, Carl, 1931 http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/sciences/chemistry/Aboutchemistry/AlphaNobel
Extractions: Name Year Awarded Alder, Kurt Altman, Sidney Anfinsen, Christian B. Arrhenius, Svante August Aston, Francis William Baeyer, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf Von Barton, Sir Derek H. R. Berg, Paul Bergius, Friedrich Bosch, Carl Boyer, Paul D. Brown, Herbert C. Buchner, Eduard Butenandt, Adolf Friedrich Johann Calvin, Melvin Cech, Thomas R. Corey, Elias James Cornforth, Sir John Warcup Cram, Donald J. Crutzen, Paul Curie, Marie Curl, Robert F., Jr. Debye, Petrus Josephus Wilhelmus De Hevesy, George Deisenhofer, Johann Diels, Otto Paul Hermann Eigen, Manfred Ernst, Richard R. Euler-chelpin, Hans Karl August Simon Von Fischer, Ernst Otto Fischer, Hans Fischer, Hermann Emil Flory, Paul J. Fukui, Kenichi Giauque, William Francis Gilbert, Walter Grignard, Victor Haber, Fritz Hahn, Otto Harden, Sir Arthur Hassel, Odd Hauptman, Herbert A. Haworth, Sir Walter Norman Heeger, Alan J. Herschbach, Dudley R. Herzberg, Gerhard Heyrovsky, Jaroslav Hinshelwood, Sir Cyril Norman Hodgkin, Dorothy Crowfoot Hoff, Jacobus Henricus Van't
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Extractions: REFERENCE LINKS Featured German Chemists Entry Ziegler, Karl Ziegler, TSEE gluhr, Karl (1898-1973), a German scientist, improved methods of producing plastics that resulted in many of the materials that revolutionized life in the 1900's. Italian chemist Giulio Natta further developed Ziegler's processes, and they were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1963 (see Natta, Giulio). THE GERMAN LIBRARY Alder, Kurt Alder, Kurt (1902-1958), a German chemist, shared the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1950 with Otto... More >> Baeyer, Adolf von Baeyer, BEH yer, Adolf von (1835-1917), a German chemist, won the 1905 Nobel Prize in chemistry.... More >> Bergius, Friedrich Bergius, BUR gee oos, Friedrich (1884-1949), a German chemist, shared the 1931 Nobel Prize for... More >> Bodenstein, Max