Luginin Vladimir Fedorovich( Termohimik)
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Biography Luginin Vladimir Fedorovich
(1834 - 1912). At the end of the course in the artillery school participated in the siege of Silistra and in the defense of Sevastopol. Upon his retirement, devoted himself to scientific activity. Print, together with Naquet, "Investigation of the structure of mandelic acid" ( "Compte Rendu", 1866) and "Synthesis bromokuminovoy acid, together with Lippmann -" Synthesis of diethyl-toluene "(ib., 1866), together with Berthelot, in" Ann. d. Ch. et d. Phys. "(1876) -" On the heat of formation of chlorine, bromine and yodangidridov, as well as anhydrides of fatty acids, and somewhat later in the same "Les acides polybasiques". In 1877, Mr.. Luginin in the laboratory of Professor of Physics SA. Usova, . in Medical-Surgical Academy, . fulfilled one of his most important works: "The effect of substitution of hydrogen atoms in the molecules of electropositive and electronegative elements and groups in the heat, . compounds emitted during the "(" Ann,
. de Ch. et de Phys. ", 1879). He gave in St. Petersburg, his own private lab and made it a number of studies on the definition of the heats of combustion of organic compounds. In 1890, Mr.. University of Moscow raised Luginina an honorary doctor of chemistry, and gave a great Luginin thermochemical laboratory, where he began training for students at the rank of a privat-docent. Here Luginin made a determination of latent heat of vaporization of liquids and has invented several devices, with which defined as the specific heat and latent heat of vaporization of a large number of organic compounds. Major works Luginina, here Related: "Etude des chaleurs latentes de vaporisation des liquides" ( "Ann. de Ch. et de Phys. ", 1896 and 1898);" Chaleurs latentes de vaporisation de quelques substances de la chimie organique a point d'eboullition eleve "(ib., 1902);" Etude des chaleurs latentes de vaporisation de quelques nitriles "(" Arch. d. sciences phys. et nat. de Geneve ", 1900). Luginin published again: "A description of the methods for determining the heat of combustion of organic compounds" (Wiley, 1894) and, together with AN. Shchukarev, "Guide to calorimetry (Moscow, 1905).