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BOUSSINGAULT, Jean Baptiste Joseph Dieudonn6, French chemist, born in Paris, 2 February 1802; He was educated in the school of mines at St. Etienne, and sent by an English company to work mines in South America. In the Colombian war for independence he joined the patriot army and attained the rank of colonel under Bolivar. He explored the region between Carthagena and the mouths of the Orinoco, as well as other parts of Venezuela,, Peru, and Ecuador, and after returning to France became professor of chemistry and published important works on rural economy and agricultural chemistry, containing the results of experiments on the value of manures and on fattening cattle.
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