Gay-Lussac


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Gay-Lussac

Joseph Louis . 1778--1850, French physicist and chemist: discovered the law named after him (1808), investigated the effects of terrestrial magnetism, isolated boron and cyanogen, and discovered methods of manufacturing sulphuric and oxalic acids
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E] = productivity of ethanol; [eta] = efficiency of sugar to ethanol conversion (theoretical relative to Gay-Lussac equation where 1 g glucose yields 0.
On the previous day, 26 February (1809), Gay-Lussac and Thenard had read a first draft of their memoir.
This was not quite the truth that Gay-Lussac had had in mind, or the truth that the early photographers of war had gone out to shoot.
El descubrimiento de las leyes de los volumenes de combinacion de las substancias gaseosas, de Gay-Lussac, parecio llevar una gran contribucion a la solucion del problema.
amiodarone) c) Iodinated lipids for goiter prevention Table 2 The Halides: Discovery in Chronological Order Discovery Halide Year Discoverer Country Chloride 1809 Gay-Lussac France 1810 H.
Estos hechos experimentales habian sido observados, por lo demas, por Gay-Lussac al exponer la cera a la accion del cloro, de tal manera que esta experiencia sirvio de base a Dumas y Laurent para sus posteriores trabajos de substituciones que le permitieran establecer la teoria enunciada.
Los especialistas que se beneficiaron de sus hallazgos fueron hombres de la talla del matematico Francois Arago, el paleontologo Georges Cuvier (para quien elabora el cuadro de las capas sedimentarias de la superficie terrestre), el quimico Joseph-Louis Gay-Lussac.
Both chemists submitted their reports for publication to a journal of which Gay-Lussac (see 1804, Scientific Ballooning) was editor.
Contract award notice: supply of food for the city school gay-lussac.
Whereas Lavoisier had burned a few inflammable substances, using mercuric oxide as the source of oxygen, Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac (1778-1850) and Louis Jacques Thenard (1777-1857) revolutionized organic analysis in 1810 by adopting an oxidizing agent, potassium chlorate.
In 1800, Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac (1778-1850) followed the chemistry course given by Berthollet at Ecole polytechnique, and attracted the attention of the latter to such an extent that he became his assistant.
Contract notice: Supply of food for school cite gay-lussac.

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