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Carl Friedrich Rammelsberg

1840-1883 Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Prussia, Germany 
Inorganic Chemistry
"Carl Friedrich Rammelsberg"

After an apprenticeship in pharmacy, he studied chemistry and crystallography at the University of Berlin, where his influences were Eilhard Mitscherlich, Heinrich Rose, Christian Samuel Weiss and Gustav Rose. His graduate thesis in 1837 dealt with cyanogen, "De cyanogenii connubiis nonnullis". In 1841 he became a privatdozent at the university, and in 1845 was named an associate professor of inorganic chemistry. From 1850 he taught classes at the Gewerbeakademie, a vocational training academy that was a predecessor of the Technical University of Berlin. In 1874 he became a full professor of chemistry at the university and in 1883 was appointed director of the inorganic chemistry laboratory.[1][2]

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Eilhard Mitscherlich grad student 1837 Universität Berlin
 (De cyanogenii connubiis nonnullis)
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