Inventor of aluminum: Frederick Wheeler
Organic chemistry has been useful in many chemical industries. Friedrich Wheeler in the forefront of this field made it possible to find artificial manure by finding Frederick Wheeler's method of analyzing urea. In addition, he also invented aluminum metal. Frederick Whirler was born on July 31, 1823 at the friendland of present-day Germany. Frederick joined the Stockholm as a teacher after studying medical science. Afterwards Chemistry Professor in Berlin's Polytechnic School. Wheeler is called the father of organic chemistry. Is. In 1828, he discovered the system of urea analysis. In addition, he also discovered beryllium silicon, nitrite and calcium carbide metals. Humphrey Davyi of a well-known science invented potassium and used unsuccessful experiments in releasing metal from it. In 1827, Wheeler invented these experiments and discovered the light metal aluminum.
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