Berthollet


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Ber·thol·let

(bār-tō-lē'),
Claude L., French chemist, 1748-1822. See: Berthollet law.
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Occupee par les savants Monge et Berthollet lors de la campagne d'Egypte de Bonaparte, cette maison, classee monument historique egyptien, est en pleines activites", c'est ainsi que M.
Specifically, Claude Berthollet (1748-1822) and Dalton have contributed most to his understanding that matter is essentially porous, fluid, capable of interpenetration, and when compressed the gases will form rectilinear shapes, not unlike crystals, and produce heat.
In addition, there were some other divisions which conducted research for the benefit of the French such as the Committee for the Production of Explosive Powder comprising of 5 officers, Andreossy, Berthollet, Monge, Malus and Venture.
Last night Chevaline's mayor Didier Berthollet confirmed the victims in the car were not local.
Last night, the mayor of Chevaline, Didier Berthollet, road to crime scene confirmed that the victims in the car were not local.
We have never seen such horror on our doorsteps before," Didier Berthollet, the mayor of the nearby hamlet of Chevaline, told a local newspaper.
Berthollet, Elements of the Art of Dyeing; with a Description of the Art of Bleaching by Oxymuriatic Acid, trans.
Among them were Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) in America and also later in France, along with Berthollet (1749-1822) and Gay-Lussac (1778-1850); Scheele (1742-1786) and Berzelius (1779-1848) in Scandinavia; and the great roll-call from Britain: Joseph Black, Henry Cavendish, the radical non-Conformist Joseph Priestley, Thomas Beddoes, Thomas Young, John Dalton, and William Hyde Wollaston.
Ortells y Gombau 1783; Berthollet 1796; Gutierrez Bueno 1797).
Menciona que los modelos construidos en este campo, comienzan en modelos de sentido comun como los elaborados por Aristoteles, fundamentados en el trabajo empirico, y tendran su siguiente modificacion con las propuestas de Proust y Berthollet, cuando consideran que a la luz de la teoria de Dalton, hay sustancias que se combinan entre si en proporciones variables, en este caso, los modelos son mas elaborados y por tanto, mas abstractos.
La definicion actual del kilogramo proviene de la propuesta de la Academia de Ciencias de Francia aprobada por la Asamblea Nacional y a encargo del rey Luis XVI a un grupo de miembros de la misma Academia de Ciencias (entre otros Legendre, Lavoisier, Coulomb, Borda, Berthollet, Lagrange, Delambre, Lefevre-Gineau, Mechain), la formacion de un "sistema metrico decimal" que posteriormente se convertiria en el Sistema Internacional de Unidades SI.
Felix Weinberg da una lista: Montesquieu, Ulloa, Nickols, Arnold, Pauw, Buffon, Linneo, Hales, Berthollet, Lavoissier, Fourcroy, Vauquelin, Chaptal, Rumford, Jenner, Reamur, Parmentier, Guthrie, Cadet de Vaux, Paracelso, Franklin, Jovellanos, Ustariz, Zabala, Campillo, Foronda, Ward, Galiani, Morellet, La Ribiere, Hume, Smith, Rozier, La Rochefoucauld, Young, Valcarcel, Gotte, Poncelet (Weinberg, 1956:18-19).