Conrad Willgerodt

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Conrad Willgerodt
Born (1841-11-02)November 2, 1841
Harlingerode, Duchy of Brunswick, today Bad Harzburg, Germany
Died December 19, 1930(1930-12-19) (aged 89)
Germany
Nationality German
Institutions University of Freiburg
Doctoral advisor Adolf Karl Ludwig Claus
Known for Willgerodt reaction

Conrad Heinrich Christoph Willgerodt (November 2, 1841 – December 19, 1930) was a German chemist and discovered of the Willgerodt reaction. He was also the discoverer of Iodosobenzene.

Willgerodt was a professor at the University of Freiburg.

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