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Rudolf Leuckart (chemist)

Rudolf Leuckart (chemist)

German chemist
Rudolf Leuckart (chemist)
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Intro German chemist
Was Chemist Educator
From Germany
Type Academia Science
Gender male
Birth 23 June 1854, Gießen, Gießen, Giessen Government Region, Hesse
Death 24 July 1889, Leipzig, Leipzig District, German Democratic Republic (aged 35 years)
Rudolf Leuckart (chemist)
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Carl Louis Rudolf Alexander Leuckart (June 23, 1854 – July 24, 1889) was a German chemist who discovered the Leuckart reaction and Leuckart thiophenol reaction.

He was the son of Karl Georg Friedrich Rudolf Leuckart (1822–1898) a renowned German zoologist. He received his PhD at the University of Leipzig in 1879 and his habilitation at University of Göttingen in 1883, where he also became professor.

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