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Название: Perovskite: A Structure of Great Interest to Geophysics and Materials Science
Авторы: Navrotsky A., Weidner D.
Perovskite, CaTi03, was discovered and named in
1839 by Gustav Rose, German chemist and mineralogist
(1798-1873), the year he was appointed professor
at Berlin University. To Rose we owe sanidine
(1808), anorthite (1823), and cancrinite (1859) as well.
Alexander von Humboldt whom the Tsar of Russia
had asked to explore the far reaches of his empire
chose Rose as a fellow traveller. Rose's report "Reise
nach dem Ural, Altai und dem Kaspischen Meer",
was published in Berlin between 1837 and 1842. It is
presumably there that Rose first mentioned perovskite.