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  • John Dalton was born on September 6th, 1766 in Eaglesfield, England in a poor family of Quakers.  He and his brother were born colorblind.
  • John Dalton was born on September 6, 1766 into a poor family of Quakers in Eaglesfield, England.  He and his brother were colorblind, but that didn't stop him from becoming a scientist, meteorologist, and chemist.
  • John Dalton's Dad
  • John Dalton
  • His Brother
  • John Dalton's Mom
  • John Dalton would teach a lot of math and get so preoccupied with it that he didn't notice that the students were misbehaving.
  • John Dalton moved to Kendal as a teenager to become a teacher.
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  • At age 27, John Dalton became a math and philosophy tutor at New College in Manchester.  Here, he pursued his interest in meteorology by keeping daily logs of weather and closely examining gases in the atmosphere.  He also researched colorblindness and discovered that it is hereditary.
  • John Dalton made many discoveries such as Colorblindness (Daltonism).  He also created Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures which said that the sum of pressures from each gas is equivalent to the total pressure.  In his Atomic Theory, he said that every form of matter is made from particles, which he called atoms.  
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  • sum of individual pressures=total pressure
  • No wonder I can't see red!
  • Using the Atomic Theory, he created the Periodic Table of Elements and became very famous.
  • Dalton's atomic theory was proven wrong, because Dalton believed that the atom was the smallest particle and could not be subdivided. But the truth is, an atom can be further subdivided into protons, neutrons, and electrons.
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