Ilyenkov Pavel Antonovich( The well-known chemical engineer)
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Biography Ilyenkov Pavel Antonovich
(1819 - 1877)
Upon completion in 1843. course at St. Petersburg University on real separation Ilyenkov was sent to study the technical chemistry and technology abroad, . where he spent two years, . listening to a lecture in Berlin famous professors: Dove, . Magnus, . Mitcherliha, . Gustav and Henry Rose,
. Traveling over the remarkable development of the manufacturing industry of Prussia area, . Saxony and Austria, . Ilyenkov went to Giessen, . by Liebig, . then visited Paris, . where he listened to Dumas, . Chevrel, . Peluso etc., . At the same time studying in the factories of Paris technical processes of the factory production,
. For his thesis "On the chemical process of making cheese" (1847) recognized the St. Petersburg University, a master of technology, which at the same time he was instructed to read the students a desktop office. The lack of any textbooks at the university made it difficult to lectures, preventing the necessary experience to accompany the lectures and demonstrations. Only in 1849, at the insistence Ilyenkov, and partly at his own expense, was established at the University of Technology Laboratory, where they discovered the practical lessons students "real office". In 1850, Mr.. Ilyenkov approved extraordinary professor, in 1855, Mr.. Ilyenkov left St. Petersburg University and entered the sugar mills Count Bobrinsky, and then returned to a professorship in Tepliy stan Agricultural Academy. In 1865, Mr.. Ilyenkov recognized St. Petersburg University of Technology Doctor's thesis "Investigation of the possibility to use lactic acid to remove calcium carbonate from bone coal". Besides theses, Ilyenkov printed: "Ueber die fluchtiget organischen Sauren im Kase" (jointly with Laskovsky, in "Annalen d. Chemie u. Pharmacie ", t. LV, . 1845), . "Ueber Failnissproducte des Thierscaseins" (ibid., . 1847, . LXIII); "The study of determining the degree of compaction of the mass of grains of gunpowder" ( "Artillery Magazine", . 1854), "Lectures agronomic Chemistry" (M., . 1872), . and also translated into Russian the "chemistry" Liebig,
. Best work Illenkov at one time was considered a "Course of Chemical Technology (St. Petersburg, 1851), supplemented with E. Andreyev (2 nd ed., St. Petersburg., 1861, 2 volumes).