1761, Jul 311797, Jul 21
an 18th-century French pharmacist and chemist. On the recommendation of Darcet, Hilaire Rouelle's widow appointed him managing director of the pharmacy rue Jacob in 1783. The following year, Pelletier was master apothecary, married Marguerite Sedillot and bought Rouelle's pharmacy. From 1783, Pelletier was a student at the Paris Faculty of Medicine, where he made but no degree. In 1784, on a suggestion from crystallographer Jean-Baptiste Romé de L’Isle, Pelletier produced strongly soluble salt cristals through slow evaporation and inoculation.
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