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Wilhelm August Lampadius
1772 Hehlen, Principality of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel*
+ 1842 Freiberg, Kingdom of Saxony


Wilhelm August Lampadius     Wilhelm August

Wilhelm August Lampadius was a German pharmacist in Göttingen from 1785 until 1791.
Also he was an "extraordinary professor" of chemistry and mineralogy in 1794 and an "ordinary professor" in 1795.
He taught at the Mining Academy in Freiberg.
Lampadius is best known for inflaming the first coal gas lantern on European ground.

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