Marsh, James

Born: Sep 02, 1794 AD
Died: 1846 AD, at 51 years of age.

Nationality: British
Categories: Chemists

1794 - Born on September 2nd. James Marsh is historically well-known for the research and development of a dependable, simple laboratory test for the identification of minute traces of arsenic.

         - He invented the Marsh test for detection of arsenic.

1829 - He was an assistant of Michael Faraday.

1846 - Died on June 21st.
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