1835 – Born on the 31st of October in Berlin. 1853-1855 – Devoted his first two years as a student at the University of Berlin chiefly to physics and mathematics. 1856- His love for chemistry re-awakened and drew him to Bunsen’s laboratory in Heidelberg. 1857 – His studies on methyl chloride resulted in his first ..
1776 – Born on the 9th of August in Turin, Piedmont, Italy. 1796 – He graduated in ecclesiastical law at the early age of 20 and began to practice. 1809 – Started teaching them at a liceo (high school) in Vercelli (where his family had some properties). 1814 – He published Mémoire sur les masses ..
1877 – Born on September 1st in Harborne, Birmingham, England. British physicist who won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry. – The Aston dark space in electronic discharges is named after him. 1894 – He entered Mason College, Birmingham where he studied chemistry under Frankland and Tilden, and Physics under Poynting. 1898 – Won ..
1858 – Born in Vienna, Austria on the 9th of September. 1877 – He went to secondary school in Mariahilf and Josefstadt before graduating, and joining the Army as a Second Lieutenant. 1878 – He entered the University of Vienna, studying math, general chemistry, engineering physics, and thermodynamics. 1880 – He then moved to the ..
1859 – Born on February 19th in Vik, Sweden. Swedish physicist and physical chemist known for his theory of electrolytic dissociation and his model of the greenhouse effect. 1878-1884 – Arrhenius attended the famous Cathedral School in Uppsala and then entered Uppsala University, from which he received a bachelor’s degree and a doctorate. 1886 – ..
1873 – Born at Andara House, Comber, County Down, Ireland on the 7th of February. 1884 – Andrews began attending the Royal Belfast Academical Institution. 1901 – At Harland and Wolff, Andrews worked his way up through the company and became the manager of the construction works. 1907 – Andrews was appointed the managing director ..
1807 – David Alter was born in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania on the 3rd of December. 1836 – He invented the electric telegraph. 1837 – He settled in Freeport, Pennsylvania. He made a small electric motor. 1840 – He invented electric buggy, the forerunner of the automobile. 1841-1842 – He obtained medical schooling at the Cincinnati ..
1902 – Alder was born in Prussia, Germany on July 10, 1902. 1922 – Attended and graduated from the University of Berlin with a degree in chemistry. 1926 – Received his Ph.D. at University of Kiel. 1940 – Appointed Professor of Experimental Chemistry and Chemical Technology at the University of Cologne and Director of the ..
1486 – Agrippa was born in Cologne on September 15, 1486. 1509 – Got a teaching post at the University of Dole in France. 1510 – Worked for Maximilian I as a soldier. During his wandering life in Europe, he worked as a theologian, physician, legal expert and a soldier. 1511 – Resumed his job ..
1856 – He was born on the 9th of March in Washington, Pennsylvania. 1880 – Thomas Edison put him to work on the 12th of September at his Menlo Park, New Jersey laboratory under John Kruesi. 1884 – He left Edison and became supervisor at a plant competing to manufacture electric lamps. ..