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Open Access Hrvatska kemija u 19. stoljeću

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The 19th century progress of chemistry in Croatia is presented. The role of Royal Academy ofScience in Zagreb, the restored University of Zagreb, the Royal School of Economy and Forestryin KriÞevci, and the high schools in the development of the Croatian chemistry are discussed. Importantpersons, who by their research, teaching and textbooks modernized the Croatian chemistry,are mentioned. It is emphasized the influence of teachers, brought from the several places ofthe Austro-Hungarian Empire, that at that time were rather advanced in research and teaching ofchemistry. Finally, it is pointed out that the first Croatian chemists got their diplomas and doctoratesat the foreign universities and that the second generation of Croatian chemists was already gettingtheir degrees at the University of Zagreb.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2006

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