Johannes Hartmann

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This article is about the German chemist. For the German physicist and astronomer, see Johannes Franz Hartmann.
Johannes Hartmann

Johannes Hartmann (Amberg, 14 January 1568 – Kassel, 7 December 1631)[1] was a German chemist.

In 1609, he became the first Professor of Chemistry at the University of Marburg. His teaching dealt mainly with pharmaceuticals. He was the father-in-law of Heinrich Petraeus.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Encyclopedia.com
  2. ^ Debus, Allen. "Chemistry and the Universities in the Seventeenth Century" (PDF). 
  3. ^ Moran, Bruce T. (1991). Chemical Pharmacy Enters the University : Johannes Hartmann and the Didactic Care of Chymiatria in the Early Seventeenth Century. American Institute of the History of Pharmacy. ISBN 0-931292-23-9.