Adolf von Baeyer

University of Munich, München, Bayern, Germany 
"Adolf von Baeyer"

(1835 - 1917)
Klemm, Friedrich, Baeyer, Adolf Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Ritter von in: Neue Deutsche Biographie 1 (1953), S. 534-536 [Onlinefassung]
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1905 was awarded to Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf von Baeyer "in recognition of his services in the advancement of organic chemistry and the chemical industry, through his work on organic dyes and hydroaromatic compounds".

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Robert Wilhelm Eberhard Bunsen grad student 1858 Universität Berlin
 (De arsenici cum methylo conjunctionibus)
August Kekulé post-doc 1858-1860 Heidelberg University


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Heinrich Otto Wieland research assistant Universität München
Richard Willstätter research assistant Universität München
Eduard Buchner research assistant 1884 University of Munich
Augustus Herman Gill research assistant 1888 Universität München
Willem Anne van Dorp grad student Berlin Institute of Technology
Carl Theodor Liebermann grad student 1865 Universität Berlin
Marceli Nencki grad student 1870 Universität Berlin
Otto Philipp Fischer grad student 1874 Kaiser-Wilhelms-Universität Straßburg
Hermann Emil Fischer grad student 1872-1874 Kaiser-Wilhelms-Universität Straßburg
John Ulric Nef grad student 1886 University of Munich
Alexander Smith grad student 1889 University of Munich
W. Lash Miller grad student 1890 University of Munich
Karl Andreas Hofmann grad student 1892 University of Munich
Henry Bassett, Jr. grad student 1904 University of Munich, Germany
Alfred Schaeffer grad student 1906 Universität München
Stephan Goldschmidt grad student 1912 University of Munich
Harold Gordon Rule grad student 1913 Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Carl Gräbe post-doc 1866 Universität Berlin
Ernst Ludwig post-doc 1869 Berlin
Viktor Meyer post-doc 1870 Berlin Institute of Technology
Guido Goldschmiedt post-doc 1875 University of Straßburg
Hermann Emil Fischer post-doc 1877 Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Oskar Widman post-doc 1879-1880 University of Munich
Theodor Curtius post-doc 1882 Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Johan Martin Lovén post-doc 1884-1885 University of Munich
William Henry Perkin post-doc 1882-1886 University of Munich
Frederick D. Chattaway post-doc 1893 University of Munich
Angelo Angeli post-doc 1894 University of Munich
José Casares Gil post-doc 1896
Kurt Heinrich Meyer post-doc 1911 University of Munich
Henry Forster Morley research scientist 1879-1880 Universität München
William A. Noyes research scientist 1888-1889 Universität München
(Adolf) Ossian Aschan research scientist 1890 Universität München
Eugen Bamberger research scientist 1891 Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
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Kiliani H, Koch F, Stone WE, et al. (1901) Die Pentosen und Pentosane Zeitschrift FüR Analytische Chemie. 40: 542-560
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