Biography of Andrés Laugier (1770-1832)

French chemist who was a Professor of general chemistry at the Museum of Natural history in Paris, and Natural History at the school of Pharmacy; Member of the Academy of medicine, born in 1770 and died in 1832. The discovery of an iron phosphate which is located on the island of France, and a multitude of procedures is due to recognize the existence of certain bodies in others. His most notable works are: general chemistry course; Reports on different points of the science, embedded in the annals of the Museum of Natural history.