Justus Von Liebig
Born May12, 1803-Died April 18, 1873
Lived in Germany.
Major contributions to agricultural & biological chemistry
Contributions to Science:
One of the greatest chemistry teachers of all time.
Devised the modern laboratory teaching method.
Established the worlds first major school of chemistry.
Contributions to Agriculture:
Considered the "Father of the fertilizer industry".
Discovered nitrogen as a essential plant nutrient.
Formulation of the "Law of the Minimum."
Developed manufacturing process for beef extracts.
Justus is famous for:
Discovering organic and animal chemistry.