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Gustav Suckow
SUCKOW, Gustav.

SUCKOW, Gustav.
(1803 - 1867)

(Born: Jena, Germany, 7 May 1803; Died: Jena, Germany, 17 August 1867) German mineralogist.

Uncle of Lorenz Johann Daniel Suckow [q.v.]. Gustav recieved his doctorate from the University of Jena in 1828. He then persued a carrer at the University which ultimately lead to his being appointed professor of mineralogy at Jena. Throughout his studies Gustav was particularly interested in the chemical aspects of mineralogy.

Biographical references: ADB. DBA: I 1248, 177-179; II 1287, 108-111. Günther, Lebensskizzen der Professoren, 1858. Poggendorff: 2, cols. 1047-48 & 3, 1313. WBI.

1. German, 1832.
Drei Tafeln | über das | Verhalten der Löthrohrproben | gegen | Reagentien. | [rule] | Zum | Gebrauch bei seinen Vorlesungen entworfen | von | Gustav Suckow. | [double rule] | Jena, | in der Cröker'schen Buchhandlung. | 1832.

4°: Rare.

Bibliographical references: BL [1899.cc.35.].

2. German, 1831.
Übersicht | Der | Mineralkörper | Nach | Ihren Bestandtheilen. | [ornate rule] | In Tafeln Entworfen | Von | Dr. Gustav Suckow | Privatdocent An Der Universität Zu Jena. | [ornate rule] | Darmstadt. | Druck Und Verlag Von Carl Wilhelm Leske. | 1831.

4°: [i]-viii, [1]-64 p. Page size: 270 x 230 mm.

Contents: [2 pgs], Title page, verso blank.; [iii]-vi, "Vorrede."; [vii]-viii, "Inhaltsanzeige."; [1]-64, Text.

Rare. In this overview of mineral bodies, Suckow organizes the species into seven classes: nonmetallic oxides, non metallic salts, metallic salts, metallic oxides, `gediegene' metals, sulfur and metals in combination with sulfur, and minerals containing carbon. The minerals are presented in a series of tables that give the name and chemical composition of the specie listed.

Bibliographical references: BL [1254.k.6.]. Poggendorff: 2, cols. 1047-48.

3. German, 1835.
Zur Chemie und Mineralogie. Leipzig, 1835.

8°: Very scarce.

Bibliographical references: Poggendorff: 2, cols. 1047-48.

4. German, 1848.
Die | Verwitterung | im | Mineralreiche | [short rule] | Mit Rücksicht auf Agriculture und Technologie | dargestellt | von | Dr. Gustav Suckow, | Professor an der Universität zu Jena. | [tapered rule] | Leipzig, | Baumgärtner's Buchhandlung. | 1848.

8°: Very scarce.

Bibliographical references: BL [7105.c.24.].

5. German, 1851.
Lehrbuch der theoretische und practische Chemie unorganische Körpern. Jena, 1851.

8°: Very scarce.

Bibliographical references: Poggendorff: 2, cols. 1047-48.

6. German, 1852.
Anomale Krystallformen. Jena, 1852.

8°: Very scarce.

Bibliographical references: Poggendorff: 2, cols. 1047-48.

7. German, 1858.
Die | Mineralogie. | [rule] | Mit besonderer Beziehung auf chemisch-genetische | und metamorphische Verhältnisse der Mineralien | dargestellt | von | Dr. Gustav Suckow, | Professor and der Universität zu Jena. | [wavy rule] | Weimar, 1858. | Druck und Verlag von Bernhard Friedrich Voigt.

8°: Very scarce.

Bibliographical references: BL [7105.ee.37.].

8. German, 1866 [2nd edition].
Tabelle über der mineralogische Krystallformen. Zweite vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage. Jena, 1866.

2°: Very scarce.

Bibliographical references: BL [7107.aaa.49.]. Poggendorff: 3, 1313.

9. German, 1852.
Drei Tafeln über das Verhalten der Löthrohrproben gegen Reagentien. Jena, 1852.

Oblong 2°. Very scarce.

Bibliographical references: BL [1899.cc.35.].

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