1879 – Born on February 22nd in Varde, Denmark. Danish physical chemist whose work in solution chemistry, particularly electrolytes, resulted in a new theory of acids and bases.
1897 – Brønsted took up studies at the (old) Polytecnic Institute in the street Sølvgade in Copenhagen.
1899 – He completed his first degree studies in engineering, and began studies in pure science at Copenhagen University.
1902 – He took his ‘magister’ degree in Chemistry.
– At the Polytecnic Institute Brønsted met Charlotte Louise Warberg, who became one of the very first female engineers in Denmark.
1903 – Married to Charlotte Louise Warberg.
1905 – Brønsted started to work at his ‘affinity’ measurements on binary mixtures (sulfuric acid and water).
1947 – Died on December 17th in Copenhagen, Denmark.