Fritz Walter Paul Friedrichs

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Fritz Walter Paul Friedrichs (1882–1958) (also published as Fritz Friedrichs) was a German chemist. He invented the spiral cold finger-type condenser, now most commonly known as a Friedrichs condenser, which he described in a 1912 article published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.[1][2]