Bohuslav Brauner

  • bohuslav brauner
    bohuslav brauner.jpg
    born(1855-05-08)8 may 1855
    prague
    diedfebruary 15, 1935(1935-02-15) (aged 79)
    prague
    nationalityczech
    alma matercharles university in prague
    known fordetermination of atomic weights
    rare-earth elements
    scientific career
    fieldsinorganic chemistry
    institutionscharles university in prague
    influencesdmitri mendeleev

    bohuslav brauner (may 8, 1855 – february 15, 1935) was a czech chemist from the university of prague, czech republic, who investigated the properties of the rare earth elements, especially the determination of their atomic weights. brauner predicted the existence of the rare earth element promethium ten years before its discovery.[1][2][3]

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Bohuslav Brauner
Bohuslav Brauner.jpg
Born(1855-05-08)8 May 1855
DiedFebruary 15, 1935(1935-02-15) (aged 79)
NationalityCzech
Alma materCharles University in Prague
Known forDetermination of atomic weights
Rare-earth elements
Scientific career
FieldsInorganic chemistry
InstitutionsCharles University in Prague
InfluencesDmitri Mendeleev

Bohuslav Brauner (May 8, 1855 – February 15, 1935) was a Czech chemist from the University of Prague, Czech Republic, who investigated the properties of the rare earth elements, especially the determination of their atomic weights. Brauner predicted the existence of the rare earth element promethium ten years before its discovery.[1][2][3]