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Schock, Rudolf (Johann)

Schock, Rudolf (Johann) (b Duisburg, 1915; d Gürzenich, 1986). Ger. tenor. Opera début Duisburg, then sang chiefly in Berlin, Hamburg (1947–56), and Munich, joining Vienna Opera 1953. CG début 1949 (Rodolfo in La bohème); Salzburg début 1948; Bayreuth 1959. Created Ercole in Liebermann's Penelope, Salzburg 1954. Later sang operetta and for films and TV.

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Glauber, Johann Rudolf

Johann Rudolf Glauber (yō´hän rōō´dôlf glou´bər), 1604–70, German alchemist. A forerunner of scientific chemists, Glauber made many practical advances in analytical chemistry; he devised new procedures and was the first to prepare several compounds, including Glauber's salt. Little is known of his life.

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Glaubers salt(s)

Glauber's salt(s) sulphate of sodium. XVIII. named after Johann Rudolf Glauber (1604–68), German chemist, by whom it was first artificially made.

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