Robert BunsenIn existographies, Robert Bunsen (1811-1899) (IQ:175|#275) (Cattell 1000:266) (Murray 4000:20|C) (GCE:#) (CR:25) was a German chemist, semi-ranked as a greatest chemist ever, generally known as the eponym of the Bunsen burner, noted for being the mentor of a number of thinkers, including: August Horstmann, Heike Kamerlingh-Onnes, and Sofia Kovalevskaya, famous or his 1860 flame spectrum element prediction analysis work together with Gustav Kirchhoff. (Ѻ).

Quotes | On
The following are quotes on Bunsen:

“I am made from the C-H-N-O-S-P combination from which a Bunsen, Helmholtz, Kirchhoff came.”
Wilhelm Ostwald (1926), Lifelines: an Autobiography [1]

1. (a) Ostwald, Wilhelm. (1926-27). Lifelines: an Autobiography (Lebenslinien. Eine Selbstbiographie) (in two or three volumes). Berlin: Klasing & Co.
(b) Farber, Eduard. (1961). Great Chemists (§:Wilhelm Ostwald, pgs. 1019-30; quote, pg. 1021). Interscience Publishers.

External links
Robert Bunsen – Wikipedia.

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