Carl Gräbe

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German chemist

Why Is Carl Gräbe Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Carl Gräbe was a German industrial and academic chemist from Frankfurt am Main who held professorships in his field at Leipzig, Königsberg, and Geneva. He is known for the first synthesis of the economically important dye, alizarin, with Liebermann, and for contributing to the fundamental nomenclature of organic chemistry.

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