Edmund ter Meer

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Edmund ter Meer
Born 1852
Died November 5, 1931(1931-11-05) (aged 79)
Nationality German
Institutions Bayer
Known for ter Meer reaction

Edmund ter Meer ( 1852 – November 5, 1931) was a German chemist who discovered the ter Meer reaction and founded in 1877 the ter Meer dye company in Uerdingen. After the fusion with the aniline factory of Julius Weiler the Weiler-ter Meer company was formed. This company later became part of the Bayer company. His son Fritz ter Meer also became a chemist associated to the Bayer company.

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