Popular Science Monthly/Volume 41/July 1892/Obituary Note

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Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp, a famous German chemist, died at Heidelberg, February 20th, in the seventy-fifth year of his age. He joined Liebig in 1813 at Giessen, where he labored for nearly twenty-five years; became a privat-docent in the university in 1841, an extraordinary professor in 1843, and an ordinary professor in 1853; and was called to Heidelberg in 1864, where he remained till his death. His specialty was physical chemistry.