Svetozar Lj. Jovanović

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Svetozar Lj. Jovanović
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  • Chemist
  • assistant professor

Svetozar Lj. Jovanović (1895-1951) was a distinguished Serbian chemist.[1]and assistant professor of chemistry from 1925 to 1941.[2]

He specialized in the field of analytical chemistry. Jovanović developed a new Electroanalytical methods for the quantitative determination of antimony[3] and a method for the separation of copper from zinc by rapid electrolysis and studied the Gravimetric analysis|gavrimetric determination of problems, such as the manufacture of drugs and, in particular, the practical utilization of the country's Paraffin wax|paraffin shales. He co-authored with Momir Jovanović a book on "Principles of qualitative chemical analysis and in the original Serbian under the title of Kvalitativna hemijska aanaliza.[4]He also wrote an article for a Serbian medical journal titled "Diagnostic evaluation of Vidal's reaction".


  1. "Bulletin de la Société chimique, Belgrade". Društvo. October 5, 1972 – via Google Books.
  2. društvo, Srpsko hemijsko (October 5, 1973). "Bulletin: Glasnik" – via Google Books.
  3. Belgrad, Hemisko društvo (October 5, 1955). "Glasnik: Bulletin. Documenta chemica Yugoslavica" – via Google Books.
  4. Jovanović, Svetozar Lj; Jovanović, Momir (October 5, 1975). "Kvalitativna hemijska analiza". Izdavačko-informativni centar studenata – via Google Books.

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