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Theodor Zincke
German chemist

Theodor Zincke

Theodor Zincke
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Intro German chemist
A.K.A. Ernst Carl Theodor Zincke
Was Chemist Professor Educator
From Germany
Field Academia Science
Gender male
Birth 19 May 1843, Uelzen, Germany
Death 17 March 1928, Marburg, Germany (aged 84 years)
Star sign Taurus
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Ernst Carl Theodor Zincke (19 May 1843 – 17 March 1928) was a German chemist and the academic adviser of Otto Hahn.


Theodor Zincke was born in Uelzen on 19 May 1843. He became a pharmacist and graduated in Göttingen with his Staatsexamen. He began studying chemistry with Friedrich Wöhler and received his Ph.D in 1869. He joined the group of August Kekulé at the University of Bonn, and in 1875 became professor at the University of Marburg where he remained until his retirement in 1913. He developed Zincke reaction, Zincke–Suhl reaction in 1906 (together with R. Suhl) and in 1900 Zincke nitration. Theodor Zincke died on 17 March 1928 in Marburg.

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