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Birth date: June 26, 1694, Riddarhyttan, Sweden
Death date: April 29, 1768, Stockholm, Sweden
Birth place: Berlin, Germany
Profession:Writer, Actor

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Georg Brandt (26 June 1694 – 29 April 1768) was a Swedish chemist and mineralogist who discovered cobalt (c.1735). He was the first person to discover a metal unknown in ancient times.Brandt was born in Riddarhyttan, Skinnskatteberg parish, Västmanland to Jurgen Brandt, a mineowner and pharmacist, and Katarina Ysing. He was professor of chemistry at Uppsala University, and died in Stockholm. He was able to show that cobalt was the source of the blue color in glass, which previously had been attributed to the bismuth found with cobalt. He died on April 29, 1768 of prostate cancer.About 1741 he wrote: "As there are six kinds of metals, so I have also shown with reliable experiments... that there are also six kinds of half-metals: a new half-metal, namely Cobalt regulus in addition to Mercury, Bismuth, Zinc, and the reguluses of Antimony and Arsenic". He gave six ways to distinguish bismuth and cobalt which were typically found in the same ores:Bismuth fractures while Cobalt is more like a true metal.In fusing, they do not mingle but attach about as an almond and its stone.The regulus of Cobalt fuses with flint and fixed alkali giving a blue glass known as zaffera, sasre, or smalt. Bismuth does not.Bismuth melts easily and if kept melted, calcinates forming a yellow powder.Bismuth amalgamates with Mercury; the regulus of Cobalt does not at all.Bismuth dissolved in nitric acid and with aqua regia and gives a white precipitate when put in pure water. The regulus of Cobalt needs alkalies to precipitate, and then forms dark or black precipitates.↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ Wikipedia

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Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Popular Science1946/IShort
Popular Science1945/IIDocumentary short
Unusual Occupations1945/IDocumentary short
Men of Steel1938Short original idea
Popular Science1949/IIShort documentary
Popular Science1949/IDocumentary short
Unusual Occupations1949Documentary short writer
Popular Science1948/IIIDocumentary short
Popular Science1948/IIDocumentary short
Unusual Occupations1948/IIDocumentary short
Unusual Occupations L-7-3 Modern Pioneers1948Short written by
Unusual Occupations1948/IDocumentary short
Popular Science1947/IIDocumentary short
Popular Science1947/IIIDocumentary short
Popular Science1947/IDocumentary short
Popular Science, Featuring Moon Rocket1947Documentary short
Unusual Occupations1947/IIIDocumentary short
Unusual Occupations1947/IIDocumentary short
Unusual Occupations1947/IDocumentary short
Popular Science1946/IIDocumentary short
Unusual Occupations1946/IIIDocumentary short
Unusual Occupations1946/IIDocumentary short
Unusual Occupations1946/IDocumentary short

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Secret Adventures of Tom Thumb1993
Blunderball, or from Dr. Nofinger with Hate1966Short
Two Weeks with Love1950Guest (uncredited)

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