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  1. Friedrich Bergius, ein Erfinderschicksal (Abhandlungen und Berichte / Deutsches Museum) (German Edition) by Harald Beck, 1982
  2. Realschule: Erich Kästner Realschule Hermeskeil, Friedrich-Bergius-Oberschule, Schule Tieloh, Käte-Lassen-Schule Flensburg (German Edition)
  3. Hochschullehrer (Th Hannover): Friedrich Bergius, J. Hans D. Jensen, Theodor Lessing, Konrad Meyer, Gerhard Ertl, Wilhelm Kamlah (German Edition)
  4. Ehrensenator Der Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg: Karl Jaspers, Friedrich Bergius, Hartmut Mehdorn, Gustav Adolf Scheel (German Edition)
  5. Friedrich Bergius

1. Friedrich Bergius - Biography
friedrich bergius was born on October 11, 1884, in Goldschmieden and only during thethirties did bergius manage to In 1931 he shared the nobel Prize with Carl
Friedrich Bergius was born on October 11, 1884, in Goldschmieden near Breslau, Silesia. He belonged to an old respected family of scientists, theologians, civil servants, army officers, and business men. His grandfather was Professor of Economics in Breslau and his father owned a chemical factory in Goldschmieden.
Bergius was educated in Breslau and whilst still at school took great interest in his father's factory where he was able to study various working methods under the guidance of his father and thus became acquainted with chemicotechnical processes. The time spent in the laboratories and the works there later stood him in good stead, as already at a very early age he obtained considerable insight into industrial as well as scientific matters.
Before entering University, Bergius was sent to the Ruhr for six months by his father, where he studied the practical aspects of a large metallurgical plant and profited greatly by this experience.
In 1903 he entered Breslau University to read chemistry under Ladenburg, Abegg and

2. Friedrich Bergius Winner Of The 1931 Nobel Prize In Chemistry
friedrich bergius, a nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, at the nobelPrize Internet Archive. friedrich bergius. 1931 nobel Laureate
1931 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
    in recognition of their contributions to the invention and development of chemical high pressure methods.

    Residence: Germany
    Affiliation: Heidelberg University and I.G. Farbenindustrie A.G. Mannheim-Rheinau
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3. Index Of Nobel Laureates In Chemistry
ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN CHEMISTRY. Name, Year Awarded. vonBaeyer, Johann friedrich Wilhelm Adolf, 1905. bergius, friedrich, 1931.
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4. Bergius, Friedrich
bergius, friedrich. For his work in developing the hydrogenation method necessaryfor this process he shared the 1931 nobel Prize for Chemistry with Carl Bosch
Bergius, Friedrich
(b. Oct. 11, 1884, Goldschmieden, near Breslau, Ger.d. March 30, 1949, Buenos Aires, Arg.), German chemist who succeeded in converting coal dust and hydrogen directly into gasoline and lubricating oils without isolating intermediate products. For his work in developing the hydrogenation method necessary for this process he shared the 1931 Nobel Prize for Chemistry with Carl Bosch of Germany. Bergius was educated at the universities of Breslau, Leipzig, and Berlin and at technical schools in Karlsruhe and Hannover. He described his research in The Use of High Pressure in Chemical Actions (1913). These studies led to his work on converting coal into liquid hydrocarbons. Bergius also researched the conversion of wood into sugar and of sugar into other food products. This work helped to provide Germany with food during World War II.

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industrial chemist who developed the HaberBosch process for high-pressure synthesisof ammonia and received, with friedrich bergius, the 1931 nobel Prize for bergius&seo

6. Friedrich Bergius
1932 1933 friedrich bergius. The nobel Prize in Chemistry 1931. friedrich bergiuswas born on October 11, 1984, in Goldschmieden near Breslau, Silesia. Winners/f
Nobel Prize Winning Chemists Friedrich Bergius The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1931 Friedrich Bergius was born on October 11, 1984, in Goldschmieden near Breslau, Silesia. His father owned a chemical factory in Goldschmieden. His work started with a detailed investigation on the dissociation of calcium peroxide and developed a practical method for laboratory work at pressures up to 300 atmospheres. The most important result of his research was the hydrogenating effect of hydrogen on coal and heavy oils under high pressure, in 1912 and 1913. It was soon found that the scope of this research work was too large for one firm alone and after the end of the war Bergius endeavoured to find firms suitable for collaborating in the development of hydrogenation. Finally, in 1927, he was able to conclude his own work on the liquefaction of coal, after the practical possibilities had been proved on a large scale. He received the degree of Dr. Phil. from the University of Heidelberg and the honorary doctorate from the University of Hanover; he was awarded the Liebig Medal and was elected to the Board of Directors of many associations and companies interested in coal and oil. In 1931 he shared the Nobel prize with Carl Bosch for their contributions to the invention and development of chemical high-pressure methods. From that time on Bergius devoted himself to a process of obtaining sugar from cellulose in wood, on which he had already worked during the First World War. It is amazing with what intensity Bergius took up the second part of his life's work, namely this hydrolysis of cellulose in wood and similar substances to sugar. It seems as if the well-known difficulties of working with highly concentrated hydrochloric acid had presented special challenge to Bergius. His main concern was to rationalize the process and to ensure complete recovery of the hydrochloric acid used by constructing intricate devices.

7. Nobel
nobelWinning Chemists. Kurt Alder. Sidney Altman. Christian B. Anfinsen. SvanteAugust Arrhenius. Derek HR Barton. Paul Berg. friedrich bergius. Max Born. Carl Bosch. Winners/n
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8. Biographies: Winners Of The Nobel Prize In Chemistry
Science History of Chemistry Winners of the nobel Prize in Baeyer, Adolf Johannfriedrich Wilhelm von; Barton, Derek HR; Berg, Paul; bergius, friedrich;
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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN CHEMISTRY. Name, Year Awarded. Baeyer,Johann friedrich Wilhelm Adolf Von, 1905. bergius, friedrich, 1931.

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10. Bergius, Friedrich Karl Rudolph (1884-1949), Chimiste Allemand
Translate this page friedrich Karl Rudolph bergius (1884-1949 la Seconde Guerre mondiale (1939-1945),bergius, pour participer chimiste allemand Carl Bosch, le prix nobel de chimie
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11. Premios Nobel De Química
Premios nobel de Química. Año, Tema, Ganador. 1901, Hoff, Jacobus Henricus Van't. 1930,Fischer, Hans. 1931, bergius, friedrich; Bosch, Carl. 1932, Langmuir, Irving.
Tema Ganador Hoff, Jacobus Henricus Van't Fischer, Hermann Emil Arrhenius, Svante August Ramsay, Sir William Baeyer, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Von Moissan, Henri Buchner, Eduard Rutherford, Lord Ernest Ostwald, Wilhelm Wallach, Otto Curie, Marie Grignard, Victor; Sabatier, Paul Werner, Alfred Richards, Theodore William Willstatter, Richard Martin Haber, Fritz Nernst, Walther Hermann Soddy, Frederick Aston, Francis William Pregl, Fritz Zsigmondy, Richard Adolf Svedberg, The Wieland, Heinrich Otto Windaus, Adolf Otto Reinhold Euler-chelpin, Hans Karl August Von; Harden, Sir Arthur Fischer, Hans Bergius, Friedrich; Bosch, Carl Langmuir, Irving Urey, Harold Clayton Joliot, Frederic; Joliot-Curie, Irene Debye, Petrus Josephus Wilhelmus Haworth, Sir Walter Norman; Karrer, Paul Kuhn, Richard Butenandt, Adolf Friedrich Johann; Ruzicka, Leopold De Hevesy, George Hahn, Otto Virtanen, Artturi Ilmari Northrop, John Howard; Stanley, Wendell Meredith; Sumner, James Batcheller Robinson, Sir Robert

12. Nobel
friedrich bergius (18841949). Kolejny Wroclawianin chociaz urodzonyw Zlotnikach (Goldschmieden ) 11.X.1884 rw rodzinie naukowców.
Friedrich Bergius (1884-1949) Kolejny Wroc³awianin chocia¿ urodzony w Z³otnikach (Goldschmieden ) 11.X.1884 r w rodzinie naukowców.
Ojciec mia³ w³asny zak³ad chemiczny w którym Bergius zdobywa³ pierwsze zainteresowania chemi±.
Studia rozpocz±³ na UWr. w 1903 i kontynuowa³ w Lipsku.
Pracowa³ naukowo we Wroc³awiu -1907, Berlinie -1909 i 1914-1921,Karlsruhe -1909, Hanowerze -1909,Heidelbergu - 1921(Manheim-Rheinau).
W 1913 roku opracowa³ metodê uzyskiwania benzyny drog± tzw:up³ynniania wegla.
Mia³o to ogromne znaczenie dla przysz³ej III Rzeszy (wzrost jej potêgi militarnej).
Produkcja rozpoczêta w 1927 by³a ¼ród³em powstania wielu kopalñ wêgla brunatnego na terenie Niemiec.
Pracowa³ równie¿ nad uzyskaniem cukru z drewna,fenolu i glikolu.
Nobla dosta³ wraz z C.Boschem za : "Rozwój metod wysokoci¶nieniowych w chemii" w 1931 r.
Po 1945 roku wyemigrowa³ do Argentyny gdzie zmar³ w Buenos Aires w 1945 r.
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Wroclawiu. Fritz Haber (chemia 1918), urodzony we Wroclawiu. -friedrich bergius (chemia 1931), urodzony we Wroclawiu. - Otto
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Mam na my¶li laureatów Nagrody Nobla.
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Theodor Mommsen (literatura 1902), wyk³ada³ na Uniwersytecie Wroc³awskim.
Philipp Lenard (fizyka 1905), wyk³ada³ na Uniwersytecie Wroc³awskim. Eduard Buchner (chemia 1907), wyk³ada³ na Uniwersytecie Wroc³awskim.

14. Bergius, Friedrich Karl Rudolph
bergius, friedrich Karl Rudolph (18841949). German research chemist who inventedprocesses for converting coal into oil and wood into sugar. He shared a nobel
Bergius, Friedrich Karl Rudolph
German research chemist who invented processes for converting coal into oil and wood into sugar. He shared a Nobel prize 1931 with Carl Bosch for his part in inventing and developing high-pressure industrial methods.
Bergius was born near Breslau, Silesia (now in Poland), the son of the owner of a chemical factory. He studied chemistry at the universities of Breslau and Leipzig, and did research at Karlsruhe Technische Hochschule with German chemist Fritz Haber , who introduced him to high-pressure reactions. Bergius worked in industry 1914-45, then left Germany and eventually settled in Argentina 1948, as a technical adviser to the government.
In 1912 Bergius worked out a pilot scheme for using high pressure, high temperature, and a catalyst to hydrogenate coal dust or heavy oil to produce paraffins (alkanes) such as petrol and kerosene. Yielding nearly 1 tonne of petrol from 4.5 tonnes of coal, the process became important to Germany during World War II as an alternative source of supply of petrol and aviation fuel. He also discovered a method of producing sugar and alcohol from simple substances made by breaking down the complex molecules in wood; he continued this work in Argentina, and found a way of making fermentable sugars and thus cattle food from wood.

15. Bergius, Friedrich
Translate this page friedrich bergius est né le 11 octobre 1884 à Goldschmieden, près de Breslauen des hautes pressions, thème de recherche qui l'amènera au prix nobel.
Bergius, Friedrich
Ces travaux sont loin d'être terminés à la fin de la guerre. Il les poursuit en laboratoire et en unité-pilote, produisant, à partir du bois, du sucre qui à son tour est transformé en alcool et en dextrose. En 1927, il cède à la I.G. Farben le brevet déposé en 1913, tout en contituant ses recherches afin d'améliorer son procédé d'hydrogénation. Il teste de nombreux catalyseurs en vue de la synthèse de carburants pour le craquage du pétrole sous pression et pour la synthèse de l'alcool méthylique à partir du gaz à l'eau. Les résultats de ses recherches ouvrent la voie à la fabrication de nombreux produits synthétiques, et ont eu des applications considérables, surtout pendant la Seconde Guerre Mondiale. La carbochimie, qui connaissait un grand essor depuis 1865 (travaux de Kékulé), atteint son apogée avec Bergius. Pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, son procédé d'hydrogénation de la houille pour préparer l'essence (4 à 5 tonnes de houille produisant une tonne de carburant) foumit aux armées allemandes une grande part du combustible dont elles avaient besoin en attendant de s'emparer des champs pétrolifères du Moyen Orient. En 1944, la moitié du carburant allemand (environ 6 000 000 de tonnes) était obtenue par voie synthétique grâce à douze usines qui travaillaient selon le procédé de Bergius, et huit selon celui de Fischer.

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Eulerchelpin, Hans Karl August Simon Von, 1929. Harden, Sir Arthur, 1929. Fischer,Hans, 1930. bergius, friedrich, 1931. Bosch, Carl, 1931. Langmuir, Irving, 1932.
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17. Prix Nobel De 1930 à 1934
Translate this page 1931 Carl Bosch (1874 - 1946) et friedrich bergius (1884 - 1949). 1932 IrwingLangmuir (1881 - 1957). 1933 Le prix nobel de chimie n'a pas été attribué.
P rix Nobel de 1930 à 1934 Hans Fisher Carl Bosch et Friedrich Bergius Irwing Langmuir Le prix Nobel de chimie n'a pas été attribué Harold Clayton Urey
1930. Hans Fischer
Pour ses travaux sur la constitution de l'hémine et de la chlorophylle et spécialement pour la synthèse de l'hémine. (Hochst am Main, 1881 - Munich, 1945) Hans Fischer est né le 27 juillet 1881 à Háchst am Main, près de Francfort, en Allemagne. Après des études secondaires à Stuttgart et à Wiesbaden, il accomplit simultanément un double cursus universitaire en médecine et en chimie, et devient docteur en chimie de l'Université de Marbourg en 1904, puis docteur en médecine de l'Université de Munich en 1908. Il effectue ses premières recherches, d'abord dans une clinique de Munich, ensuite chez Emil Fischer, à l'Institut de Chimie de Berlin. En 1911, revenu à Munich, il succède à Wieland à l'Institut physiologique Frank. En 1916, il remplace Windaus à l'Université d'Innsbruck, où il enseigne la chimie médicale. La fin de la Première Guerre mondiale le voit professeur dans cette spécialité à l'Université de Vienne. Enfin, en 1921, il est nommé professeur de chimie organique à l'Ecole Polytechnique de l'Université de Munich, poste dans lequel il demeurera jusqu'à sa mort. C'est là qu'il effectue ses principaux travaux, et qu'il s'occupe de l'édition de revues scientifiques. Lorsque Fischer entreprend ses travaux systématiques sur le colorant sanguin, la nature des pigments verts des plantes était déjà connue; on savait que le rouge de l'hémine et le vert de la chlorophylle (1) ont une structure voisine, avec un atome de fer au centre de la molécule d'hémine, et un atome de magnésium dans celle de chlorophylle. Dans les deux cas, on peut enlever l'atome métallique central sans altérer le reste de la molécule. Willstatter avait établi (2) que la chlorophylle est une combinaison de magnésium et de noyaux pyrroliques. Par la suite Franz Gottwald Fischer, élève de Wieland, réalisa en 1928 la synthèse du produit de dégradation de la chlorophylle, le phytol (3). Dc la même façon, Hans Fischer montra qu'en privant l'hémine de son atome de fer, on obtient une substance qui apparait lors de la lente putréfaction de l'hémine, et que l'on appelle porphyrine (4).

18. Tous Les Prix Nobel De Chimie
Prix nobels, Alfred nobel. A. Kurt Alder. Sydney Altman. Christian B. Anfinsen. SirDerek Harold Barton. Paul Berg. friedrich bergius. Carl Bosch. Herbert C. Brown.
P rix Nobels Alfred Nobel A Kurt Alder Sydney Altman ... Aston B Adolf Johann Friedrich Wilhelm von Baeyer Sir Derek Harold Barton ... Butenandt C Melvin Calvin Thomas Cech ... Curl D Peter Joseph William Debye Johann Deisenhofer ... Diels E Manfred Eigen Hans von Euler ... Chelpin F Emil Hermann Fischer Ernst Otto Fischer ... Fukui G William Francis Giauque Walter Gilbert ... Grignard H Fritz Haber Otto Hahn ... Huber J Frédéric Joliot-Curie Irène Joliot-Curie K Jérôme Karle Paul Karrer ... Kuhn L Irwing Langmuir Luis F. Leloir ... Lipscomb M Edwin M. McMillan Archer John Porter Martin ... Mulliken N Giulio Natta Hermann Walther Nernst ... Northrop O Lars Onsager Friedrich Wilhelm Ostwald P Linus Carl Pauling Charles J. Pedersen ... Prigogine R Sir William Ramsay Franck Sherwood Rowland ... Ruzicka S Paul Sabatier Frederik Sanger et Glenn T. Seaborg Nicolas Nicolaevitch Semenov ... Synge T Henry Taube Arne Wilhelm Kaurin Tiselius ... Todd U Harold Clayton Urey V Jacobus Henricus Van't Hoff Vincent du Vigneaud ... Virtanen W Otto Wallach Alfred Werner ... Woodward Y Yuan Lee Z Karl Ziegler Richard Zsigmondy Pour tous problèmes ou remarques, écrivez au webmaster

Translate this page PREMIOS nobel EN QUIMICA. NOMBRE. AÑO. NOMBRE. AÑO. Hoff, Jacobus Henricus Van't.1901. 1930. Sanger, Frederick. 1958. bergius, friedrich. 1931. Heyrovsky, Jaroslav.1959.
PREMIOS NOBEL EN QUIMICA NOMBRE AÑO NOMBRE AÑO Hoff, Jacobus Henricus Van't Debye, Petrus Josephus Wilhelmus Fischer, Hermann Emil Haworth, Sir Walter Norman Arrhenius, Svante August Karrer, Paul Ramsay, Sir William Kuhn, Richard Baeyer, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf Von Butenandt, Adolf Friedrich Johann Moissan, Henri Ruzicka, Leopold Buchner, Eduard De Hevesy, George Rutherford, Lord Ernest Hahn, Otto Ostwald, Wilhelm Virtanen, Artturi Ilmari Wallach, Otto Northrop, John Howard Curie, Marie Stanley, Wendell Meredith Grignard, Victor Sumner, James Batcheller Sabatier, Paul Robinson, Sir Robert Werner, Alfred Tiselius, Arne Wilhelm Kaurin Richards, Theodore William Giauque, William Francis Willstatter, Richard Martin Alder, Kurt Haber, Fritz Diels, Otto Paul Hermann Nernst, Walther Hermann McMillan, Edwin Mattison Soddy, Frederick Seaborg, Glenn Theodore Aston, Francis William Martin, Archer John Porter Pregl, Fritz Synge, Richard Laurence Millington Zsigmondy, Richard Adolf Staudinger, Hermann Svedberg, The Pauling, Linus Carl Wieland, Heinrich Otto

20. Nobel Prizes In Chemistry
This Year's nobel Prize in Chemistry bergius, friedrich, Germany, HeidelbergUniversity and IG Farbenindustrie AG MannheimRheinau, * 1884, +1949

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