Correspondence and notebook, 1811-1859, n.d.
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In 1803, Chevreul began studying with N. Vauquelin at the Musʹeum d'Histoire Naturelle, becoming professor of chemistry there in 1830. In 1807, under Vauquelin's direction, Chevreul began investigating plant dyes. He isolated several natural dyes before turning to the chemistry of natural fats. Chevreul resumed his study of dyes in 1823, and, in 1824, succeeded C. Berthollet as director of dyeing at the Manufactures Royales des Gobelins. From the description of Correspondence and not...
French chemist and government administrator. Chaptal was the first to teach the new chemistry formulated by Antoine Lavoisier. From the description of Cours de chimie fait par Mr. Chaptal, Montpellier, 1790-1791. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 461599876 French government official and chemist, minister of interior under Napoleon from 1801-1804. From the description of Jean-Antoine-Claude Chaptal letters, 1801-1804. (Cornell University Library). ...
French chemist and neurochemist. From the description of Letter, 1805, Sept. 25 or 26 : Paris, to M. Frochot. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 35551081 ...