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Baumgartner, Andreas Freiherr von - Beamte (19/25)
Bayer, Josef, * 1882, Prähistoriker Bayer, Konrad

Bayer, Karl-Josef


Bayer, Karl-Josef, b. Bielsko, Poland (then Bielitz), March 4, 1847, d. Rietzdorf near Celje, Slovenia (then Cilli), Oct. 4, 1904, chemist, devised the so-called Bayer process whereby he broke down bauxite using a bath of sodium hydrate to produce hydrate of alumina. Established factories in Rietzdorf (today in Slovenia), Russia and America.


Literature: ÖBL.


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Stamp Album: 100 Jahre Bayer-Verfahren/8. Internationale Leichtmetalltagung Leoben - Wien 1987

 
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