Schonbein


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Noun1.Schonbein - German chemist who discovered ozone and developed guncotton as a propellant in firearms (1799-1868)
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In 1838 another Frenchman, Pelouze, investigated its different properties, and finally, in 1846, Schonbein, professor of chemistry at Bale, proposed its employment for purposes of war.
Welshman William Grove is credited with inventing the first 'gas battery' or fuel cell in 1839, building on the work of Christian Friedrich Schonbein. In more recent years, with increasing evidence of man-made climate change, health concerns over air pollution and the need to ensure security of energy supplies across sectors, hydrogen is re-emerging as a contender in the clean energy landscape.
In 1840 Christian Schonbein, a professor at the University of Basel in Switzerland, identified its odor and named it.
Ozon ilk kez 1840 yilinda Alman kimyaci Schonbein tarafindan kesfedilmistir.
Welsh physicist William Grove and German physicist Christian Friedrich Schonbein conceptualized and developed the first prototype fuel cell in 1839.