Gustav Rose, né le 18 mars 1798 à Berlin et mort le 15 juillet 1873 à Berlin, est un minéralogiste allemand. Il est le frère du minéralogiste Heinrich Rose, le fils du pharmacologue Valentin Rose (en) et le père du chirurgien Edmund Rose (en) et du philologue classique Valentin Rose (en).Le minéral rosélite a été nommé en son honneur.

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  • Gustav Rose, né le 18 mars 1798 à Berlin et mort le 15 juillet 1873 à Berlin, est un minéralogiste allemand. Il est le frère du minéralogiste Heinrich Rose, le fils du pharmacologue Valentin Rose (en) et le père du chirurgien Edmund Rose (en) et du philologue classique Valentin Rose (en).Le minéral rosélite a été nommé en son honneur.
  • Gustav Rose (March 18, 1798 – July 15, 1873) was a German mineralogist who was a native of Berlin. He was a brother of mineralogist Heinrich Rose (1795–1864), the son of pharmacologist Valentin Rose (1762–1807), and the father of noted surgeon Edmund Rose (1836–1914) and the classicist Valentin Rose.Rose was a graduate of the University of Berlin, where he was a student of mineralogist Christian Samuel Weiss (1780–1856). He also studied under Swedish physical chemist Jöns Jakob Berzelius (1779–1848) in Stockholm. While studying with Berzelius, Rose met German chemist Eilhard Mitscherlich (1794–1863), with whom he maintained a lifelong friendship. Rose provided assistance to Mitscherlich's development of the law of isomorphism. In 1826 he became an associate professor of mineralogy in Berlin, and in 1856 was appointed director of the Royal Mineralogical Museum. From 1863 until his death he was president of the German Geological Society.Gustav Rose made important contributions in the fields of petrology and crystallography, and is credited for pioneering usage of the reflective goniometer in Germany. He had a particular interest in the relationship between the crystalline form and the physical properties of minerals, and is credited for developing a mineral system that was a combination of chemistry, isomorphy and morphology.Rose conducted studies of quartz, feldspars, granites, and the mineralogical components of trap rock. He is remembered for research of meteorites and chondrules (grains found in some types of meteorites). With Gustav Tschermak von Seysenegg (1836–1927) and Aristides Brezina (1848–1909), the "Rose-Tschermak-Brezina classification" system of meteorites was developed.In 1829 with German naturalists Alexander von Humboldt (1769–1859) and Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (1795–1876), Rose took part in a scientific expedition throughout Imperial Russia. In Russia he performed mineralogical studies in the Altai and Ural Mountains, as well as in the region of the Caspian Sea. He identified many minerals new to science, including perovskite, named in honor of Russian mineralogist Lev Aleksevich von Perovski (1792–1856). A rose-colored mineral named roselite is named after Rose, and he is credited with coining the terms howardite and eucrite.
  • Густав Розе (нем. Gustav Rose; 18 марта 1798(17980318), Берлин — 15 июля 1873, Берлин) — немецкий минералог и геолог; был профессором минералогии в Берлинском университете, а с 1856 года также директором минералогического музея.В 1826 г. Розе сопровождал Александра Ф. Гумбольдта в его путешествии по Сибири.В 1850 г. совершил вместе с Митчерлихом путешествие с геологической целью на Везувий, Этну и Липарские острова.В 1852 г. исследовал потухшие вулканы южной Франции.С 1856 г. занимался геогностическим исследованием Исполиновых гор.В области минералогии Розе установил кристаллохимическую систему минералов и производил исследования связи между формой кристаллов и электрической поляризацией, гетероморфизма углекислого кальция, зависимости формы кристаллов от обстоятельств, сопровождающих их образование, открыто месторождение листенита в Берёзовском и др.Отец немецкого хирурга Эдмунда Розе (1836—1914).
  • Gustav Rose (18 de marzo de 1798- 15 de julio de 1873) fue un geólogo alemán, nacido en Berlín. Era hermano del geólogo Heinrich Rose (1795-1864), hijo del farmacéutico Valentin Rose (1762-1807), y padre del cirujano Edmund Rose (1836-1914).
  • Gustav Rose (Berlino, 1798 – 1873) è stato un mineralogista tedesco.Dal 1826 insegnò all'università di Berlino e dal 1856 diresse il Museo Mineralogico delle medesima città. Studiosò dell'elettricità dei minerali, la mise in relazione con le loro proprietà chimiche. Accompagnò il celebre naturalista Alexander von Humboldt in un lungo viaggio sugli Urali nel 1829.
  • Gustav Rose (Berlim, 18 de Março de 1798 — Berlim, 15 de Julho de 1873) foi um mineralogista pioneiro na descrição de minerais contendo elementos do grupo dos lantanídeos. Foi irmão do mineralogista Heinrich Rose (1795-1864), filho do farmacologista Valentin Rose (1762-1807) e pai do cirurgião Edmund Rose (1836-1914) e do classicista Valentin Rose.
  • Gustav Rose (* 18. März 1798 in Berlin; † 15. Juli 1873 ebenda) war ein deutscher Mineraloge. Er war Sohn von Valentin Rose dem Jüngeren und entstammte einer märkischen Kaufmanns- und Gelehrtenfamilie.
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  • Über die heteromorphen Zustände der kohlensauren Kalkerde
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  • Gustav Rose, né le 18 mars 1798 à Berlin et mort le 15 juillet 1873 à Berlin, est un minéralogiste allemand. Il est le frère du minéralogiste Heinrich Rose, le fils du pharmacologue Valentin Rose (en) et le père du chirurgien Edmund Rose (en) et du philologue classique Valentin Rose (en).Le minéral rosélite a été nommé en son honneur.
  • Gustav Rose (18 de marzo de 1798- 15 de julio de 1873) fue un geólogo alemán, nacido en Berlín. Era hermano del geólogo Heinrich Rose (1795-1864), hijo del farmacéutico Valentin Rose (1762-1807), y padre del cirujano Edmund Rose (1836-1914).
  • Gustav Rose (Berlino, 1798 – 1873) è stato un mineralogista tedesco.Dal 1826 insegnò all'università di Berlino e dal 1856 diresse il Museo Mineralogico delle medesima città. Studiosò dell'elettricità dei minerali, la mise in relazione con le loro proprietà chimiche. Accompagnò il celebre naturalista Alexander von Humboldt in un lungo viaggio sugli Urali nel 1829.
  • Gustav Rose (Berlim, 18 de Março de 1798 — Berlim, 15 de Julho de 1873) foi um mineralogista pioneiro na descrição de minerais contendo elementos do grupo dos lantanídeos. Foi irmão do mineralogista Heinrich Rose (1795-1864), filho do farmacologista Valentin Rose (1762-1807) e pai do cirurgião Edmund Rose (1836-1914) e do classicista Valentin Rose.
  • Gustav Rose (* 18. März 1798 in Berlin; † 15. Juli 1873 ebenda) war ein deutscher Mineraloge. Er war Sohn von Valentin Rose dem Jüngeren und entstammte einer märkischen Kaufmanns- und Gelehrtenfamilie.
  • Густав Розе (нем. Gustav Rose; 18 марта 1798(17980318), Берлин — 15 июля 1873, Берлин) — немецкий минералог и геолог; был профессором минералогии в Берлинском университете, а с 1856 года также директором минералогического музея.В 1826 г. Розе сопровождал Александра Ф. Гумбольдта в его путешествии по Сибири.В 1850 г. совершил вместе с Митчерлихом путешествие с геологической целью на Везувий, Этну и Липарские острова.В 1852 г. исследовал потухшие вулканы южной Франции.С 1856 г.
  • Gustav Rose (March 18, 1798 – July 15, 1873) was a German mineralogist who was a native of Berlin. He was a brother of mineralogist Heinrich Rose (1795–1864), the son of pharmacologist Valentin Rose (1762–1807), and the father of noted surgeon Edmund Rose (1836–1914) and the classicist Valentin Rose.Rose was a graduate of the University of Berlin, where he was a student of mineralogist Christian Samuel Weiss (1780–1856).
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