Chemiker, Nobelpreisträger, Deutscher, Jude ; eine Biographie
Author: Dietrich Stoltzenberg
Publisher: Vch Verlagsgesellschaft Mbh
The chemist Fritz Haber (1868–1934) was a genius, albeit a controversial is pioneering work in thermodynamics led to the industrial synthesis of ; for this achievement he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1918. Haber′s d activities in electrochemistry and other areas of physical chemistry sti chemical research in Germany. Together with his numerous contributions arch and his involvement in the politics of science, they exerted a form nd lasting influence on science in Germany. His burning ambition and passionate patriotism – which manifested itself xample, in his unwavering advocacy of chemical weapons – made the German itz Haber one of the most controversial figures of the twentieth century ailure of his marriages with Clara Immerwahr and Charlotte Nathan is an ion of the complicated side of Fritz Haber, whose life took a tragic tur his emigration in 1933. With this book Dietrich Stoltzenberg has provided the long–awaited compr e biography of Fritz Haber. He avails himself of countless sources, some ch have never been published, to draw up a detailed and fascinating pict Fritz Haber. The book is a ′must′ for historians, scientists and everybo rested in the history of early twentieth century Germany.