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Kajetan Georg von Kaiser
Kajetan Georg von Kaiser was a German chemistry professor, researcher and inventor.
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He was born at Kelheim on the Danube, in Bavaria, on 5 January, 1803. He was appointed professor of technology at the University of Munich in 1851, and in 1868 became professor of applied chemistry at the technical high school in the same city.
His scientific researches into the chemistry of fermentation are of importance; a saccharometer invented by him in 1842 serves for the determination of the percentages of the contents of wort.
He died at Munich, 28 August, 1871.
In addition to articles in scientific journals, he published the paper "Ueber Bieruntersuchungen und Fehler, welche dabei gemacht werden können" about researches into beer and their errors (Munich, 1846).
He also brought out the scientific works of his friend, the chemist and mineralogist Johann Nepomuk von Fuchs (d. 1856), under the title "Gesammelte Schriften des Joh. Nep. von Fuchs" (Munich, 1856), adding an obituary notice of that scientist.
This article incorporates text from the public-domain Catholic Encyclopedia of 1913.
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