Caffeine

Caffeine

Emil Fischer (October 9, 1852 - July 15, 1919), was a Nobel Prize winning German chemist who was the first to isolate Caffeine in 1895 from plant extracts, the stimulant of choice. In addition to isolating Caffeine, he contributed greatly to the present knowledge and classification of certain sugars and proteins.

 

 
 Emil Fischer

Emil Fischer