Discovered 1916 Aug. 29 by J. Palisa at Vienna.
Named in honor of Prof. Adolf F. Lindemann (1846–1931) of Sidmouth, England, who invented, together with his son F. A. Lindemann, the Lindemann Electrometer. Wolf visited Lindemann’s private observatory during a stay in England in 1896. See also the citation for planet (827). (H 82; A. Schnell)