Meaning of Klaproth, Martin Heinrich in English:

Klaproth, Martin Heinrich

Pronunciation /ˈklaprəʊt/

proper noun

  • (1743–1817), German chemist, one of the founders of analytical chemistry. He discovered three new elements (zirconium, uranium, and titanium) in certain minerals, and contributed to the identification of others. A follower of Lavoisier, he helped to introduce the latter's new system of chemistry into Germany.