Wilhelm Henneberg

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Wilhelm Henneberg
Born (1825-09-10)10 September 1825
Wasserleben near Wernigerode
Died 22 November 1890(1890-11-22) (aged 65)
Greene near Kreiensen
Institutions University of Göttingen
Alma mater University of Jena
Doctoral advisor Justus von Liebig

Wilhelm Henneberg (1825–1890) was a German chemist and student of Justus von Liebig.

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He attended the Collegium Carolinum in Brunswick and studied at the University of Giessen with Justus von Liebig and at the University of Jena where he received his Ph.D in 1849.

He worked on agricultural chemistry especially during his research at the University of Göttingen with Friedrich Stohmann as his assistant from 1857 until his death in 1890.[citation needed]

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