Constantine Fahlberg

Constantine Fahlberg

The first artificial sweetener Saccharin was discovered on accident when a chemist named Constantine Fahlberg forgot to wash his hands after work and tasted something "unspeakably sweet" during supper. He dropped his dinner and went on to taste every beaker in his lab, which luckily for him contained nothing poisonous.

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