Heinrich Rose (6 August 1795 – 27 January 1864) was a German mineralogist and analytical chemist. He was the brother of the mineralogist Gustav Rose and a son of Valentin Rose. Rose's early works on phosphorescence were noted in the Quarterly Journal of Science in 1821, and on the strength of these works, he was elected privatdozent at the University of Berlin from 1822, then Professor from 1832. In 1846 he rediscovered the chemical element niobium, proving conclusively that it was different from tantalum. This confirmed that Charles Hatchett had discovered niobium in 1801 in columbite ore. Hatchett had named the new element "columbium", from the ore in which niobium and tantalium coexist. The element was eventually assigned the name niobium by the IUPAC in 1950 after Niobe, the daughter o

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  • Heinrich Rose (* 6. August 1795 in Berlin; † 27. Januar 1864 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Mineraloge, analytischer Chemiker und (Wieder-)Entdecker des chemischen Elements Niob. Er war Sohn von Valentin Rose dem Jüngeren und Bruder von Gustav Rose. (de)
  • Heinrich Rose (6 August 1795 – 27 January 1864) was a German mineralogist and analytical chemist. He was the brother of the mineralogist Gustav Rose and a son of Valentin Rose. Rose's early works on phosphorescence were noted in the Quarterly Journal of Science in 1821, and on the strength of these works, he was elected privatdozent at the University of Berlin from 1822, then Professor from 1832. In 1846 he rediscovered the chemical element niobium, proving conclusively that it was different from tantalum. This confirmed that Charles Hatchett had discovered niobium in 1801 in columbite ore. Hatchett had named the new element "columbium", from the ore in which niobium and tantalium coexist. The element was eventually assigned the name niobium by the IUPAC in 1950 after Niobe, the daughter of Tantalus in Greek mythology. In 1845 Rose published the discovery of a new element pelopium, which he had found in the mineral tantalite. After subsequent research pelopium was identified to be a mixture of tantalum and niobium. In 1830, he was elected a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. (en)
  • Heinrich Rose (6 de agosto de 1795, Berlín, Alemania - 27 de enero de 1864) fue un mineralogista y químico analítico alemán. Era hermano del mineralogista Gustav Rose e hijo de Valentín Rose. (es)
  • Heinrich Rose (6 août 1795 à Berlin – 27 janvier 1864 à Berlin) est un minéralogiste et chimiste allemand, célèbre pour son travail en chimie analytique et pour avoir redécouvert le niobium. (fr)
  • ハインリヒ・ローゼ(Heinrich Rose、1795年8月6日 – 1864年1月27日)はドイツの鉱物学者、分析化学者である。1846年に新元素ニオブを再発見し、ギリシャ神話のタンタロスの娘ニオベーにちなんでニオブと命名した。 (ja)
  • Heinrich Rose (6 augustus 1795 - 27 januari 1864) was een Duitse mineraloog en analytisch chemicus. Hij was de broer van de mineraloog Gustav Rose en de zoon van farmacoloog Valentin Rose. Heinrich Rose was professor aan de Universiteit van Berlijn vanaf 1823. In 1846 herontdekte hij het element niobium en bewees dat dit element verschilde van tantalium. Dit bevestigde dat Charles Hatchett niobium (in 1801) gevonden had in columbieterts. Hatchett had dit nieuwe element columbium genoemd, naar het erts waarin zich niobium en tantalium bevinden. Het element kreeg uiteindelijk de naam niobium van de IUPAC in 1950, naar Niobe, de dochter van Tantalus uit de Griekse mythologie. (nl)
  • Генрих Розе (нем. Heinrich Rose; 6 августа 1795, Берлин — 27 января 1864, там же) — немецкий химик. Рано начал заниматься естественными науками, сначала под руководством своего отца, а затем в Берлинском университете. С 1819 г. Розе занимался в Стокгольме у Берцелиуса, затем, после получения в Кильском университете учёной степени доктора, вернулся в Берлин, где и продолжал заниматься химией. С 1823 г. — адъюнкт-профессор, с 1835 ординарный профессор в Берлине. Розе известен, как основатель новой аналитической химии, а также многими работами, опубликованными в «Анналах» Поггендорфа, между прочим, над влиянием массы действующих веществ на ход химического превращения. Ему же принадлежит открытие (в 1844 г.) элемента ниобия. Почти на все европейские языки переведено его сочинение «Ausführliches Lehrbuch der analytischen Chemie» (Брауншвейг, 1851). (ru)
  • Heinrich Rose (Berlim, 6 de agosto de 1795 — Berlim, 27 de janeiro de 1864) foi um mineralogista e químico analítico alemão. Filho do farmacologista Valentin Rose e irmão do mineralogista Gustav Rose. Heinrich Rose foi professor da Universidade de Berlim, a partir de 1823. Em 1846 redescobriu o elemento químico nióbio, provando conclusivamente que ele era diferente do Tântalo. Isto provou que Charles Hatchett descobriu o nióbio em 1801 em minério de niobite. Hatchett denominou o novo elemento columbito, o mineral no qual nióbio e tântalo coexistem. O elemento recebeu o nome nióbio na conferência de 1950 da União Internacional de Química Pura e Aplicada, derivado de Níobe, filha de Tântalo na mitologia grega. Em 1845 Rose publicou a descoberta de um novo elemento, pelópio, que encontrou no mineral tantalita. Após subsequentes pesquisas o pelópio foi identificado como uma mistura de tântalo e nióbio. (pt)
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  • Heinrich Rose (* 6. August 1795 in Berlin; † 27. Januar 1864 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Mineraloge, analytischer Chemiker und (Wieder-)Entdecker des chemischen Elements Niob. Er war Sohn von Valentin Rose dem Jüngeren und Bruder von Gustav Rose. (de)
  • Heinrich Rose (6 de agosto de 1795, Berlín, Alemania - 27 de enero de 1864) fue un mineralogista y químico analítico alemán. Era hermano del mineralogista Gustav Rose e hijo de Valentín Rose. (es)
  • Heinrich Rose (6 août 1795 à Berlin – 27 janvier 1864 à Berlin) est un minéralogiste et chimiste allemand, célèbre pour son travail en chimie analytique et pour avoir redécouvert le niobium. (fr)
  • ハインリヒ・ローゼ(Heinrich Rose、1795年8月6日 – 1864年1月27日)はドイツの鉱物学者、分析化学者である。1846年に新元素ニオブを再発見し、ギリシャ神話のタンタロスの娘ニオベーにちなんでニオブと命名した。 (ja)
  • Heinrich Rose (6 augustus 1795 - 27 januari 1864) was een Duitse mineraloog en analytisch chemicus. Hij was de broer van de mineraloog Gustav Rose en de zoon van farmacoloog Valentin Rose. Heinrich Rose was professor aan de Universiteit van Berlijn vanaf 1823. In 1846 herontdekte hij het element niobium en bewees dat dit element verschilde van tantalium. Dit bevestigde dat Charles Hatchett niobium (in 1801) gevonden had in columbieterts. Hatchett had dit nieuwe element columbium genoemd, naar het erts waarin zich niobium en tantalium bevinden. Het element kreeg uiteindelijk de naam niobium van de IUPAC in 1950, naar Niobe, de dochter van Tantalus uit de Griekse mythologie. (nl)
  • Heinrich Rose (6 August 1795 – 27 January 1864) was a German mineralogist and analytical chemist. He was the brother of the mineralogist Gustav Rose and a son of Valentin Rose. Rose's early works on phosphorescence were noted in the Quarterly Journal of Science in 1821, and on the strength of these works, he was elected privatdozent at the University of Berlin from 1822, then Professor from 1832. In 1846 he rediscovered the chemical element niobium, proving conclusively that it was different from tantalum. This confirmed that Charles Hatchett had discovered niobium in 1801 in columbite ore. Hatchett had named the new element "columbium", from the ore in which niobium and tantalium coexist. The element was eventually assigned the name niobium by the IUPAC in 1950 after Niobe, the daughter o (en)
  • Генрих Розе (нем. Heinrich Rose; 6 августа 1795, Берлин — 27 января 1864, там же) — немецкий химик. Рано начал заниматься естественными науками, сначала под руководством своего отца, а затем в Берлинском университете. С 1819 г. Розе занимался в Стокгольме у Берцелиуса, затем, после получения в Кильском университете учёной степени доктора, вернулся в Берлин, где и продолжал заниматься химией. Почти на все европейские языки переведено его сочинение «Ausführliches Lehrbuch der analytischen Chemie» (Брауншвейг, 1851). (ru)
  • Heinrich Rose (Berlim, 6 de agosto de 1795 — Berlim, 27 de janeiro de 1864) foi um mineralogista e químico analítico alemão. Filho do farmacologista Valentin Rose e irmão do mineralogista Gustav Rose. Heinrich Rose foi professor da Universidade de Berlim, a partir de 1823. Em 1846 redescobriu o elemento químico nióbio, provando conclusivamente que ele era diferente do Tântalo. Isto provou que Charles Hatchett descobriu o nióbio em 1801 em minério de niobite. Hatchett denominou o novo elemento columbito, o mineral no qual nióbio e tântalo coexistem. O elemento recebeu o nome nióbio na conferência de 1950 da União Internacional de Química Pura e Aplicada, derivado de Níobe, filha de Tântalo na mitologia grega. Em 1845 Rose publicou a descoberta de um novo elemento, pelópio, que encontrou no (pt)
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