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Augustin-Pierre Dubrunfaut

Augustin-Pierre Dubrunfaut (born in 1797 in Lille - died in 1881[1]) was a French chemist.

fructose molecule was first discovered by Dubrunfaut in 1847.[5]

Works

  • Art de fabriquer le sucre de betteraves, contenant 1. la description des meilleures méthodes usitées pour la culture et la conservation de cette racine[6]
  • Traité complet de l'art de la distillation Paris: Bachelier, 1824

References

  1. ^ A history of chemistry, Volume 4, James Riddick Partington, MacMillan, 1961, p.731.
  2. ^ Horton, D (2008). "The Development of Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biology". p. 1.  
  3. ^ Fletcher, Hewitt G. (1940). "Augustin-Pierre Dubrunfaut—An early sugar chemist". Journal of Chemical Education 17 (4): 153.  
  4. ^ Battley, E (1998). "Augustin Pierre Dubrunfaut". Thermochimica Acta 309: 1.  
  5. ^ Fruton, J.S. Molecules of Life 1972, Wiley-Interscience
  6. ^ openlibrary.org


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