August Kekule was born on September 7, 1829 in Darmstadt, Germany. His full name was Friedrich August Kekule von Stradonitz”.
He started studying architecture but changed his subject to chemistry as a result of his mathematical talents, exceptional memory and his intellect for space.
August Kekule attended the University of Geissen, receiving a doctorate in 1852. He accepted a professorship at Bonn University in 1867 where he remained until his death
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