Gustav Franz Hüttig

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Gustav Franz Hüttig (born May 13, 1890 in Prague , † December 1, 1957 in Graz ), was a Bohemian-Austrian chemist and professor of inorganic and physical chemistry.

life and work

Hüttig studied chemistry at the University of Leipzig under Arthur Hantzsch and was then an assistant at the Clausthal Mining Academy from 1914 to 1922 . He then came to the German Technical University in Prague in 1926 as a full professor for inorganic and analytical chemistry via intermediate stations in Jena, Leipzig and Bonn . In 1946 he was expelled from Prague as a German.

After the Second World War in 1946 he took over the Institute for Inorganic and Physical Chemistry at the Technical University, today Graz University of Technology , of which he was rector in the 1953/54 term of office.


  • "The influence of the surrounding medium on the electrical conductivity of very thin metal wires", Berlin: Verl. Technik, 1951
  • “Inorganic Chemistry”, Heidelberg: Winter, 1948
  • "The memory of solid matter and its classification in the theory of active states", Prague: Deutsche Akademie d. Sciences, 1944
  • "About the states which are passed through during the transition from solid substances into other solid substances, and about the interaction of these states with the gaseous medium in which the changes in the solid substances take place", (Göteborg: Elander), 1937
  • "Collection of electrochemical arithmetic problems with e. short overview of the most important theorems and Constants ”, Berlin: de Gruyter & Co., 1924
  • "About lattice components that stray in the crystal lattice", Berlin: Gebr. Borntraeger, 1924
  • "The ideal of art", Berlin: Wigand, 1913



Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Member entry by Gustav Hüttig at the German Academy of Natural Scientists Leopoldina , accessed on November 27, 2015.