Walter Dieckmann

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Walter Dieckmann
Walter Dieckmann 1893 LMU.jpg
Walter Dieckmann
Born (1869-10-08)8 October 1869
Hamburg, Germany
Died 12 January 1925(1925-01-12) (aged 55)
Munich, Germany
Institutions BASF,
University of Munich
Alma mater University of Munich
Doctoral advisor Bamberger,
Adolf von Baeyer
Known for Dieckmann condensation

Walter Dieckmann (8 October 1869 – 12 January 1925) was a German chemist.

Dieckmann studied at the University of Munich and became assistant of Adolf von Baeyer.