Michael Goldstein Yul'evich( chemist, educator and writer)
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Biography Michael Goldstein Yul'evich
(1853 - 1905), studied at the Medico-Surgical Academy in Germany. In 1890, Mr.. for his thesis "Material to the issue of lifting heights saline solutions in capillary tubes," received a master's degree. Since 1891, Mr.. was assistant professor of chemistry at St. Petersburg University, in 1901. was forced to stop lecturing. Exiled in Arkhangelsk, he was brutally murdered by the Black Hundreds October 18, 1905, during a demonstration on the occasion of announcement Manifesto of October 17. Works Goldstein, . mainly on physical chemistry and theoretical chemistry, . published in the Journal of Russian Physico-Chemical Society, . in "Berichte der deutschen chemischen Gesellschaft", . "Annales de Chimie et de Physique" and "Zeitschrift fur physikalische Chemie",
. In addition, Goldstein, published in the journal "Scientific Review" (1898 - 1899) 1-th issue of the composition "Fundamentals of the philosophy of chemistry". Under the pseudonym "Cardanus" journalistic articles printed in the newspaper "News" (1894 - 1900). Separately printed: "The Living and the Dead" and "On the physical and spiritual upbringing". Translated and provided additions essay Danemanna: "Sketches from the History of Science" (magazine "World of God", 1897).