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FABRICIUS, Thomas Balthasar.

(1744 – 1851)

(Born: 1774; Died: 1851) Danish physician.

Fabricius, a native of Copenhagen, studied at Kiel from which he graduated in 1802. He opened a medical practice in Kiel.

Biographical references: DBA: I 304, 198-203. Hamberger & Meusel, Gelehrte Teutschland, 1796-1834. Hirsch, Biographisches Lexikon, 1884-8: 2, 466. WBI.

1. German, 1810.
Anleitung | zur | chemischen Analyse | unorganischer Naturkörper. | [rule] | Von | Dr. T.B. Fabricius. | [rule] | Kiel, | In der academischen Buchhandlung. | 1810.

8°: π3 1-118 124 133; 100l.; [i]-vi, [1]-194 p. Page size: 180 x 120 mm.

Contents: [i-ii], Title page, verso blank.; [iii]-vi, Introduction.; [1]-194, Text.

Very scarce. This introductory work on the chemical analysis of naturally occurring inorganic substances is based on generally known procedures, with no new material added. Many of the substances analyzed are mineralogical in nature.

Bibliographical references: BL [973.a.21.(4.)]. Bolton, Bibliography of Chemistry. Suppl. 1, 1899: 159. Cole, Chemical Literature, 1988: no. 430. LKG: XI 32. NUC [0006842]. Szabadváry, History of Analytical Chemistry, 1966: p. 152.

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