Carl Wilhelm Wagner (May 25, 1901 – December 10, 1977) was a German Physical chemist. He is best known for his pioneering work on Solid-state chemistry , where his work on oxidation rate theory, counter diffusion of ions and defect chemistry led to a better understanding of how reactions take place at the atomic level. His life and achievements were honoured in a Solid State Ionics symposium commemorating his 100th birthday in 2001, where he was described as the Father of Solid State Chemistry.

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  • Carl Wilhelm Wagner (25 mai 1901 à Leipzig - 10 décembre 1977 à Göttingen) était un physico-chimiste allemand. Il énonça une loi de cinétique d'oxydation en 1933. On a donné son nom à un nombre sans dimension utilisé en électrochimie pour décrire la distribution du courant, le Wagner (abréviation Wa) tel que : avec : * : conductivité de l'électrolyte [Ω-1⋅m-1] ; * : variation de polarisation de l'électrode en fonction de la variation de la densité de courant [Ω⋅m2] ; * L : Longueur caractéristique [m]. (fr)
  • Carl Wilhelm Wagner (* 25. Mai 1901 in Leipzig; † 10. Dezember 1977 in Göttingen) war ein deutscher Physikochemiker. Er gilt als Wegbereiter der modernen Festkörperchemie. (de)
  • Docente al MIT, si concentrò prettamente sullo studio dello stato solido, in particolare del reticolo cristallino e delle sue potenziali alterazioni. (it)
  • Carl Wilhelm Wagner (May 25, 1901 – December 10, 1977) was a German Physical chemist. He is best known for his pioneering work on Solid-state chemistry , where his work on oxidation rate theory, counter diffusion of ions and defect chemistry led to a better understanding of how reactions take place at the atomic level. His life and achievements were honoured in a Solid State Ionics symposium commemorating his 100th birthday in 2001, where he was described as the Father of Solid State Chemistry. (en)
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  • Carl Wilhelm Wagner (25 mai 1901 à Leipzig - 10 décembre 1977 à Göttingen) était un physico-chimiste allemand. Il énonça une loi de cinétique d'oxydation en 1933. On a donné son nom à un nombre sans dimension utilisé en électrochimie pour décrire la distribution du courant, le Wagner (abréviation Wa) tel que : avec : * : conductivité de l'électrolyte [Ω-1⋅m-1] ; * : variation de polarisation de l'électrode en fonction de la variation de la densité de courant [Ω⋅m2] ; * L : Longueur caractéristique [m]. (fr)
  • Carl Wilhelm Wagner (* 25. Mai 1901 in Leipzig; † 10. Dezember 1977 in Göttingen) war ein deutscher Physikochemiker. Er gilt als Wegbereiter der modernen Festkörperchemie. (de)
  • Docente al MIT, si concentrò prettamente sullo studio dello stato solido, in particolare del reticolo cristallino e delle sue potenziali alterazioni. (it)
  • Carl Wilhelm Wagner (May 25, 1901 – December 10, 1977) was a German Physical chemist. He is best known for his pioneering work on Solid-state chemistry , where his work on oxidation rate theory, counter diffusion of ions and defect chemistry led to a better understanding of how reactions take place at the atomic level. His life and achievements were honoured in a Solid State Ionics symposium commemorating his 100th birthday in 2001, where he was described as the Father of Solid State Chemistry. (en)
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