Svante August Arrhenius

physical chemistry, astrophysics and immunochemistry.
"Svante Arrhenius"

(1859 - 1927)
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1903 was awarded to Svante August Arrhenius in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered to the advancement of chemistry by his electrolytic theory of dissociation.
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Per Teodor Cleve research assistant 1881 Uppsala (Chemistry Tree)
Tobias Robert Thalén research assistant 1881 Uppsala
Erik Edlund grad student 1884 Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
 (Recherches sur la conductibilité galvanique des électrolytes)
Wilhelm Friedrich Ostwald post-doc 1886 Polytechnicum in Riga (Chemistry Tree)
Ludwig Boltzmann post-doc 1887 Universität Graz
Friedrich Wilhelm Georg Kohlrausch post-doc 1886-1887 Universität Würzburg
Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff post-doc 1888 Amsterdam (Chemistry Tree)


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Sydney Alexander Kay research assistant 1897-1898 Research Institute of Physics Stockholm (Chemistry Tree)
Hugh Stott Taylor research assistant 1913 Research Institute of Physics Stockholm
Ralph M. Hixon research assistant 1919-1921 Nobel Institute (Chemistry Tree)
L. W. Öholm grad student (Chemistry Tree)
James Pickering Kendall grad student 1912-1913 Research Institute of Physics Stockholm (Chemistry Tree)
Oskar Benjamin Klein grad student 1921 Stockholms högskola
Hans L. J. Backstrom grad student 1927 University of Stockholm (Chemistry Tree)
Richard Abegg post-doc 1891-1892 Research Institute of Physics Stockholm (Chemistry Tree)
Georg Bredig post-doc 1895 University of Stockholm (Chemistry Tree)
Hans von Euler-Chelpin research scientist 1897-1898 Stockholm University (Chemistry Tree)
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Arrhenius SA. (1923) Ostwalds Arbeit in der chemischen Verwandtschaftslehre Die Naturwissenschaften. 11: 729-731
Arrhenius SA. (1920) The problem of the world's supply of energy Journal of the Franklin Institute. 190: 114-121
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