was the Italian chemist, born in Casale Monferrato, who discovered nitroglycerine in 1847. He was studying under Théophile-Jules Pelouze at the University of Turin, who had worked with the explosive material guncotton.He studied medicine in Turin and Paris and then chemistry at the University of Gießen with Justus Liebig, and earned his doctorate in 1832. In 1845 he became professor at the University of TurinHe initially called his discovery "pyroglycerine", and warned vigorously against its use in his private letters and in a journal article, stating that it was extremely dangerous and impossible to handle. in fact, he was so frightened by what he created that he kept it a secret for over a year.
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