Johann Adolph Wedel
|Johann Adolph Wedel|
|Residence||Jena, Holy Roman Empire|
|Alma mater||University of Jena|
|Known for||Study of fermentation|
|Institutions||University of Jena|
|Doctoral advisor||Georg Wolfgang Wedel|
|Doctoral students||Georg Erhard Hamberger|
Wedel was the son of Georg Wolfgang Wedel, also a physician. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Jena in 1697. He published research works on camphor, fermentation, magnesium carbonate, the combustion of sulfur, and various medical issues.
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