Edmond Frémy

Edmond Fremy Edmond Frémy (; 28 February 1814 – 3 February 1894) was a French chemist. He is perhaps best known today for Frémy's salt, a strong oxidizing agent which he discovered in 1845. Fremy's salt is a long-lived free radical that finds use as a standard in electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy. Provided by Wikipedia
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Encyclopédie chimique.

by Frémy, Edmond, 1814-1894 Published: 1884