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.
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.
We have never seen such horror on our doorsteps before," Didier Berthollet, the mayor of the nearby hamlet of Chevaline, told a local newspaper.
Last night, the mayor of Chevaline, Didier Berthollet, road to crime scene confirmed that the victims in the car were not local.
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.
Monge, along with chemist Claude-Louis Berthollet and Gen.
Their scientific name is Bertholletia excelsa - after the 18th century French chemist Claude-Louis Berthollet.
Along with Denon, Bonaparte also repatriated Claude-Louis Berthollet, Gaspard Monge, and five generals, leaving the embittered and unfortunate Kleber in command, with notice that he expected the rest of Commission to leave Egypt during the following November.
information supplied by Berthollet who wrote from Paris.
Claude Louis Berthollet was born in Savoy, Italy, of French parents, in 1748, and died in Arcueil, near Paris, in 1822.
In the 1820s Germans like Liebig and Kekule came to Paris to study with Gay-Lussac and Berthollet, and to escape "the sterile idealism of German universities at that time" for the "practical, laboratory-centered approach" in Paris.