HOYO-ARTHURS1

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  • 384

    Aristotle

    Aristotle
    384-322
    Aristotle was a figure in ancient greek philosophy. They referred to him as simply "the philosopher." In Aristotles life time he wrote about 200 treatises and only 31 of them survived.
  • 460

    Democritus

    Democritus
    B.C.
    Democritus spent his leisure hours in chemical researches after the philosopher’s stone. Has a supposed madness.
  • John Dalton

    John Dalton
    independent statement of Charles’s law.
    he kept daily weather records from 1787 until his death
  • Henri Becquerel

    Henri Becquerel
    Henri Bacquerel was a memeber of a distinguished family of scholars and scientists. He was elected a memeber of the Academie des Sciences de France.
  • J.J. Thomson

    J.J. Thomson
    Thomson's early interest in atomic structure was reflected in his Treatise on the Motion of Vortex Rings which won him the Adams Prize in 1884.
  • Robert Millikan

    Robert Millikan
    Spent a year in Germany. When he returned he became an assistant at the newly established Ryerson Laboratory at the University of Chicago,
  • Ernest Rutherford

    Ernest Rutherford
    Ernest received his early education in Government schools and at the age of 16 entered Nelson Collegiate School.
  • Niels Bohr

    Niels Bohr
    Bohrs activities in his Institute were since 1930 more and more directed to research on the constitution of the atomic nuclei, and of their transmutations.
  • James Chadwick

    James Chadwick
    He was elected Fellow of Gonville and Caius College and became Assistant Director of Research in the Cavendish Laboratory. Then later he was elected a fellow to the royal society.
  • Marie & Pierre Curie

    Marie & Pierre Curie
    Marie Curie thus became the first woman to be accorded this mark of honour on her own merit.
    Pierre 35, eight years older, and an internationally known physicist.
  • Quantum model

    Quantum model
    Quantum model also includes a nucleus containing neutral particles known as a neutrons and positive particles called protons.