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Prof. Klaus Ruthenberg

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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY OF CHEMISTRY
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Scientific Board Member
    HYLE Publications
  • Board Member
    Max Planck Institute of Chemistry at Mainz

Education

  • Doctorate
    Vienna
17 Total References
Web References
HYLE - Short Biographies of Philosophizing Chemists
www.hyle.org, 3 Dec 2012 [cached]
Havemann, Robert (1910-1982) , by Klaus Ruthenberg
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Mittasch, Alwin (1869-1953) , (in German) by Klaus Ruthenberg
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Paneth, Friedrich Adolf (1887-1958) , by Klaus Ruthenberg
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Wald, Frantiek (1861-1930), by Klaus Ruthenberg
HYLE--International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry
www.hyle.org, 3 Dec 2012 [cached]
Prof. Klaus Ruthenberg (Coburg, Germany)
HYLE 3 (1997): Friedrich Adolf Paneth (1887-1958)
www.hyle.org, 21 Feb 2006 [cached]
by Klaus Ruthenberg
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Between 1917 and 1919 he was assistant at the Deutsche Technische Hochschule Prag, then he went as Extraordinarius (associate professor) to Hamburg. In the following, he taught at the universities of Berlin (1922-1929) and Königsberg (until 1933). Although he was a Protestant, his parents had been of Jewish faith. This fact and his rejection of Hitler's politics led him to the decision not to return from a lecture tour in England. Until 1939, he taught as a Guest Lecturer at the Imperial College of Science and Technology and the University of London, where he was appointed Reader of Atomic Chemistry in 1938. He then was called to the University of Durham until his retirement in 1953. During Word War II, he was head of the chemistry division of the Joint British-Canadian Atomic Energy Team in Montreal (1943-1945). Keeping his British citizenship, he returned to Germany in 1953 to become Director at the Max Planck Institute of Chemistry at Mainz. His research interests were widespread: he began as an organic chemist but changed to radiochemistry early.
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Copyright Ó1997 by HYLE and Klaus Ruthenberg
HYLE 15-1 (2009): Special Issue on Bionanotechnology, I
www.hyle.org, 1 July 2009 [cached]
Klaus Ruthenberg (University of Coburg) :
HYLE 13-1 (2007): Special Issue on The Public Image of Chemistry, III
www.hyle.org, 1 July 2007 [cached]
Klaus Ruthenberg (University of Coburg):
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Klaus Ruthenberg (University of Coburg) :
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