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|Born||February 1, 1866
|Institutions||University of Göttingen,
|Alma mater||University of Berlin,
University of Bonn
Friedrich Heusler (1866, Dillenburg – 1947) was a German mining engineer and chemist. He discovered a special group of intermetallics now known as Heusler phases, which are ferromagnetic though the constituting elements are not ferromagnetic.
He was born as son of Conrad Heusler the owner of the Isabellenhütte Dillenburg, a non-ferrous metal works. He studied at the University of Bonn and University of Berlin and was awarded with his Ph.D in 1877 in Berlin. After working at the University of Göttingen he did his habilitation in Berlin 1894. In 1901 he discovered the ferromagnetic intermetallics, now known as Heusler phases, and did some research in collaboration with the University of Marburg. Due to patent controversies it took until 1903 for the publication of the results. From 1902 he was head of the Isabellenhütte.
- F. Heusler: Verh. Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft 5 (1903), S. 219 ff.
- "Personal- und Hochschulnachrichten Heusler 70th". Angewandte Chemie 49 (12): 214–214. 1936. doi:10.1002/ange.19360491216.
- 100 Jahre „Heuslersche Legierungen“ from University of Marburg
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