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The file contains: ; a) an autograph letter of four pages written in Hesse-Cassel on 1 August 1839 to Pierre Berthier recommending the first engineer of mines, Mr. Koch, and concerning a scientific publication. In addition, there is a typed French description of the letter's contents, including quotations. ; b) an autograph letter of four pages written in Heidelberg on 22 November 1883 to "Freund und College" concerning a mineral and chemical experiments.

Title Robert Wilhelm Bunsen.
Co-Author R Bunsen (Robert), 1811-1899
Creation Date 1839-1883
Notes File Record
Catalog of the Sidney M. Edelstein Collection (1981) no: 2527, 2528
Robert Wilhelm Bunsen (1811-1899), German chemist, investigated emission spectra of heated elements. Professor in Marburg, Breslau and Heidelberg.
Host Item Sidney M. Edelstein Autographs and Documents Collection
Language French
Call Number ARC. 4* 1982 1 18
System Number 990039012780205171
Links Robert Wilhelm Bunsen.

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