Lars Fredrik Nilson (Nilson)( Swedish chemist)
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Biography Lars Fredrik Nilson (Nilson)
(1840 - 1899), professor at Uppsala University, then director of the experimental fields of Agricultural Academy in Stockholm. Nielson works include the study of sulfur and other compounds of arsenic, determination of atomic weights of scandium, ytterbium, thorium, gallium, germanium, indium, niobium, titanium, beryllium and aluminum. However, Petersen, he determined the density of chloride vapors of beryllium, germanium, titanium, aluminum and indium (1887). Nilson discovered scandium, two-and one-indium chloride, produced determine the density of the vapor of gallium trichloride, newly discovered Nielson alliya dichloride, ferric chloride, chromium chloride and aluminum chloride. The absorption spectrum of rare earths. Worked on the culture of beets in Sweden and introduced kainitskoe fertilizer. However Eggertsom Nielson investigated humus and forage plants. The last great work Nielson relates to the study of phosphate professor Viborg.